Every time this topic comes up, without fail people make the same stupid comments. You carefully point out why they can't be right, but to no avail.
Black people in america have the same problems we had before rap music for the most part...
I know you're not the brightest, but this is wrong. Even if one thing preceded a certain problem, that doesn't mean that it can't contribute to the same problem. There were broken families before there were drugs, but it would be incorrect to say that from this it follows that drugs could not possibly contribute to broken families.
Y'all gotta chill thirstin over my sister-in-laws
AYE...if I know anything from my 21 years of life it's that a bitch can't resist a good pillow fight...now I haven't gotten any calls from Crystal...so I'm starting to think you didn't deliver my message.
aye @meezylamar hook it up with Crystal bruh...since you got the Westbrook connect and shit.
You gotta be the IC plug homie...
Aye...did you hook it up with Crystal yet? I'm waiting...tell her I'm tryna have a pillow fight with no pillows, just her titties....she can use one...I'll use the other. Tell it to her just like that...verbatim...bitches love pillow fights.
I'm still waiting...
I know she's single. I've talked to her.
Brooke... She got my nose open
You fucking idiots. The world is not how you want it to be. It just is how it is.
There is no reason why black men might not do this more often than white men. Black men are not the same as white men. Or Asian men.
And I am not even saying that she is definitely right. I am just saying that what she said can't be dismissed as racist right off the bat.
Let me add this to this.
Could it be that black culture is more permissive than white culture with respect to men hollering at women on the street -- is it less an issue in black culture than white culture?
It's possible; certainly, black and white culture are not the same.
Even if that is true, that doesn't necessarily mean that black men would be more likely to holler at women outside the culture (i.e. non-black women) than other men. They are, after all, not part of the culture.
Then again, it may be that the more permissiveness of the culture sipes out, and black men are more likely to holler at women in general as opposed to just black women.
I am not saying this is necessarily true. I am saying this one reason why it may be true.
To insist, dogmatically, that black men could not possibly do this more than white men is just not defensible.
This coon is correct. In many Afro-diasporic and African cultures, "hollering" is much more accepted
Of course many white women are so racist and self centered that they think any man especially black that as much as looks at her is trying to "sexual harrase" her
However saltines do it too; and Latin men are definitely the worst but the media paints it as only a black thing (see the street harassment video where they edited out the white men)
Just had to throw in a "coon" in there, didn't you?
From the outside looking in...
I wouldn't knowingly twist a j in your vicinity.
You are too white washed.
Life aint like it is on base bruh.
What makes you say I'm too white washed? Can you explain?
The fact that you actually buy into the talking points you bring up each time whitey fuck up.
The fact that you never let us have our moment without saying some stupid shit.
The fact that white posters have even called you out.
The fact the you think you are a voice of reason. When in actuality you are a voice of dissent.
You never like seeing us smile.
You assist in the perpetual rage on this site.
This is almost all wrong. You have not been paying close attention.
I will say one thing though. If y'all are saying some bs, I will register my dissent, as in this case and a few others. For the most part though, I am in agreement with most posters on the central questions of race.
Is what she said untrue though?
I don't know. I am not a woman. But it's possible that black men are more aggressive. A study could settle the matter.
What we shouldn't do though is condemn her for saying that. It may be her experience, and indeed it may be true more generally speaking. It has not been ordained black men and white men and Hispanic men and Asian men must do everything equally.
Found a portrait of you