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Reality - What Black Men Don't Tell Black Women, Vol. 1 mp3 download

Performer: Reality
Title: What Black Men Don't Tell Black Women, Vol. 1
Style: Spoken Word
Duration: 59:26
Released: July 19, 2007
Size MP3 version: 1187 mb
Size FLAC version: 1509 mb
Size WMA version: 1957 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 781
Genre: Comedy

Reality - What Black Men Don't Tell Black Women, Vol. 1 mp3 download

Day 4 of the 7 day challenge.

Album · 2007 · 6 Songs.

Black women have told me it's because I'm a sellout. Most people have it wrong. I'm not a "black man" who "dates white women. Although I am a black woman in an interracial relationship, I only gave Baker's piece a cursory glance at first. In the midst of a full news feed, it just seemed like more noise. In fact, I completely forgot about it until a few responses started to pop up.

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Black men are also very fun to dance with. I will say that for whatever reason you choose to fill in, if I am at a club I will generally get the attention of black men. And I love it. They’re great fun dancers, and I haven’t met a one who made me feel uncomfortable. There have been several black men who offered to walk me back to my car or train/bus stop at the end of the night. They were all very kind, and none of them expected anything after. I was walking home alone one night and a guy was following me. I was in Chicago at the time, and I could tell somebody was walking behind me. I turned. There are self-hating black men who date white women for contrived and pathetic reasons and I hate them. They're so upfront about their exclusive attraction to white women and they'll give you a list of reasons why. It is deliberate for them.

Don’t expect black women to twerk, to be angry, or to be promiscuous. Not only will you be sorely disappointed if the black woman you pursue doesn’t have any of these attributes, but you’re also perpetuating harmful stereotypes about black women. Instead, treat each and every black woman you crush on like an individual. Like I’ve said, we’re all different. Individuality and uniqueness is something that isn’t afforded to black women; instead, we’re expected to fit into one suffocating box of limited stereotypes.

Where black men or black boys are socialized to just look for a good woman. So if you're getting that message from birth, you're really looking for that. Don't be afraid to have a relationship that's different from your parents, that's different from your girlfriends. That's different from what TV and movies tell you your relationship should look like. You really have to get the love that fits you. Not the love that you've been sold may fi.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Intro Reality 0:09
2 Things to Know Before Dating Reality 14:11
3 Things to Know About the Past Reality 18:21
4 How Important Are Looks Reality 14:46
5 Safe Sex Reality 10:54
6 Ending Reality 1:05


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