13451790, Not much to say because not much new and its been said before but....|
Posted by Buddy_Gilapagos, Fri Jan-14-22 12:07 PM
Where does she come up with, or what is the basis for statements like this:
"The average Black man was not raised to see himself as obligated to the women of our race, certainly not to queer people or the other bitches; his obligation is to himself, to get as free as he can be. Over time, we ended up committed to supporting him and his freedom, not ours."
Who is the average black man? Chris Brown? Torey Lanez? Da Baby? How is this not engaging in baseless stereotyping?
Just seems like Black Twitter Gender Warz dressed up for the exceedingly white Vanity Fair audience. I'm exhausting thinking how much people will be arguing about this for the next few weeks.
"Everyone has a plan until you punch them in the face. Then they don't have a plan anymore." (c) Mike Tyson
"what's a leader if he isn't reluctant"