I offer rules for non-Black people to engage Black women without causing offense. If you can manage NOT to do the following, you can probably come across as a decent human being.
Are articles like these genuine cautionary tales for young women who think too highly of themselves or believe they can change time-honored rules and avoid the maybe tragic ending that comes to women who don’t just settle down, but settle too? All of the above?
I Think I'm Supposed To Be Upset About These Django Unchained Action Figures, But I Think They're Brilliant
The Daily Beast called the release “audacious,” and they quoted Bethann Hardison, heroine to Black womankind, saying, “This doll shit is crazy.” But um …
I wondered if berating women online was to get the same effect of doing it in the real world. Guy emotionally batters women because he is insecure about himself and must make woman feel inferior so he can feel strong and she will be docile.