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Michelle Obama and Kamala Harris were looking kind of DELICIOUS today, stepping out for the Inauguration.

 

 

 

 

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Michelle Obama and President Barack

 

 

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Vice President Kamala and The Devil



Looking like chocolate and caramel candy in fancy wrapping.....lol.

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Troy

Sure, I'm capable of it.......but why?

Like that old Payless shoes commercial...you COULD pay more, but why?

After buying a few shoes from Payless back in the day, I FOUND OUT why....lol.

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8 hours ago, Pioneer1 said:

Sure, I'm capable of it.......but why?

 

Because the constant objectivation of women, particularly Black woman, reinforces a behavior and mindset that has never served us.  😉

 

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Troy

Are you suggesting that reinforcing the behaviors of  SEX and REPRODUCTION doesn't serve our people well?

If we didn't objectify women and see them in a sexual manner 2 things would happen:

1. The African race would decline from lack of enough reproduction
2. While we're busy holding eachother back from "objectifying the sisters"...men from OTHER races would move in and start having sex with them





 

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In a word, yes.

 

You realize the people you understand as being part of the "African Race" are in such a numerical majority that there is no real risk of meaningful relative decline.

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Troy

Are you sure?
The only numbers we have are those put out by Caucasians...who have a history of deception and inaccuracy when it comes to dealing with people of color in general including African people.

I have reason to believe that there are FEWER so-called "Black" people in the United States than many believe!

Look at Harlem, South Central Los Angeles, Washingon D.C. southside Chicago and other historically Black communities around the nation and how they are no longer even majority Black.  Most of them are mostly Hispanic or Caucasians have gentrified back into them.

Not sure when the last time you were in Harlem but if you looked at the children walking around, tell me if you see as many dark skinned Black children running around today as there were when YOU were a kid.

 

Harlem's cool kids in 1960s | Arthur tress, Black kids, Kids dance

 

 

 

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Forget Harlem and the gentrified northern cities, and come south man you see plenty of darker skinned people.

 

Plus kids don't play outside like they used to.

 

Also I'm thinking globally; Nigeria probably has more Black people than the U.S. has white. There are probably more black people in brazil than europe's most populous country.

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Well the GOOD thing about those two nations you mentioned (Nigeria and Brazil) is that unlike here in the U.S.....over there, those who are called "Black" truly ARE Black, and have very little admixture of other races.

In Latin America racial categorizing is done differently where you must be nearly ALL Black to be considered Black (El Negro).
Regardless as to how dark you are, if you have any Spanish or Portuguese ancestry you're considered THAT.

Which is why Pele wasn't considered Black in Brazil.

 

 

 

 

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"You mean I'm NOT Black after all??
Yaaaaaayyyy!!"



 

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6 hours ago, Pioneer1 said:

Which is why Pele wasn't considered Black in Brazil.

 

 

So then you do understand that the so-called concept of race is purely a social construct. Do you reject Brazil's designation of Pele's race?

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15 hours ago, Troy said:

 

So then you do understand that the so-called concept of race is purely a social construct. Do you reject Brazil's designation of Pele's race?

 

How race is CATEGORIZED is a social construct....the actual races themselves, are not.

Do you understand what I'm saying?



 

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