Discussion in 'The Locker Room' started by KingMalik, May 21, 2015.
You know I get it. It must be hard to be emasculated everyday. What do powerless groups do they go after the next perceived weakest group (in this case it's black women). So, when you weaklings call me a "black bytch" I know it's like punching white supremacy in the face for you, and it makes you feel like a real man. So, you go on out there brother, and face the day with your power mantra "black bytch, black bytch, black bytch". I hope the day goes well for you. And I'll save you the trouble, "bytch, some generic comment black ass".
Wait a minute! Stop the presses!
I stand behind everything I say. Black men have no problem blaming Black women for ruining the Black community, telling us we like and promote thuggery, responsible for single motherhood, etc, etc, on and on
But the MINUTE I come in and point out the failings of Black men and provide examples to back it up, suddenly I am a troll, bitter, LSA, Black men hating. GTFO!
I have told yall time and time again, to prove me wrong if you disagree with me, but you haven't, because you know everything I say is 100% true!
No, hunny. All woman. I'm just not going to stand by while you all accuse Black women of liking thugs over decent men and ruining the Black community when everything that is going on is 100% the fault of Black men.
I do wonder if Urchin shops at black businesses to show that she is about what she is saying.
I doubt it
I get my hair and skin products from a sister on Etsy.
No Black owned grocery stores so that's out.
I support the Black owned wing place when I need my wing fix otherwise I don't really eat out.
No Black owned airlines or trains so that's out.
Mods can't van
@Urchin Do you ever comment on / talk about white men this strongly?
You guys just don't get it. Our "own section" doesn't mean youll be allowed to freely vomit out your white supremacist anti black women rhetoric. If you don't want us in here stop talking shyt. Simple as.
Somethings she say are true but a lot of it just sounds like
In threads that have nothing to do with Black women, @Urchin is still finds a way to make it about Black men.
Yes, I do, but when we have to rely on them to feed us, employ us, clothe us and house us you can't be too vocal about your dislike towards them.
I heard Black men didn't like this movie when it came out.