For Women Who Want The Ballerific Life!
Found this article and it kind of makes sense but not really. Some of us have never been treated poorly by a black man. In my momma's day (she grew up in the south during segregation) she raised to have a tougher than nails attitude to deal wiht the everyday stressors that it takes to be a strong black women. which she passed down to my sister and I. But I am glad the author is finally addressing men instead of women for a change. Thoughts?
But we can say the same thing about black men. Being bitter and jealous we have climbed to the top of the barrel and they are still scrambling around at the bottom.
Black women have been placing the blame on black men for years. Many black women become angry because the choices they make in their youth effect them later in life. When you are 21 and dating that ray ray dude you are not angry because he is fun. but when you are 31 he is no longer fun he is a burden and now you mad at all black men because the one you choose to be with.