Do Young Black Women Like Being Called Female Dogs(Bi##*@)? (1554 hits)
Alright Here is how it goes. All women are not Bitches or Hoes! Also the word was used before anyone on this sight was born. People always use current day artist as an example....if we go back 100 years would we here any music that may be offensive to women?
Wednesday, April 22nd 2009 at 1:00PM
O.k the flip side is it is not cool to degrate a women in any kind of way! I can say that because thats how I was raised. Some people were not raised in that manner, and that means alot. The bad habits some people pick up in the streets can be a B%$#! , and can be hard to break until you grow up and see the big picture.
Wednesday, April 22nd 2009 at 1:23PM
Some men degrate women to lower their self esteem. I feel they do it because their self esteem is very low. This can be referred to as macking a BI$%# ! LOL. We must teach our young ladies to not fall in the trap of the Mack! Its like a spider webb.....very hard too escape.
Wednesday, April 22nd 2009 at 1:28PM
Its truly weired to me but it seems like some women enjoy being macked. Some women are slick though she will let you think you are macking her all while she is plotting on making your pockets look like rabbit ears. Once the last drop is gone so is she (with the wind) LOL! Aint that a B%$#@ !
Wednesday, April 22nd 2009 at 1:34PM
Too $HORT would be a good example because he invented the term on wax! If you refer to a few of his albums he could give some insight to this blog. I recommend BORN TO MACK !
Wednesday, April 22nd 2009 at 1:39PM
Greetings Brother Clarence:
This blog comes right off the heels of a previous discussion I blogged on this site "IF BLACK WOMEN CALL EACH OTHER THE 'B' WORD EVERY DAY..." A copy of it is below:
Yesterday I had a discussion with a neighbor regarding the sex scandal surrounding Oprah's school for girls in Africa. She shared with me that when Oprah went to investigate the situation, a Brother passed by her staff and said, "Hey, how are you "B"s doing today?" and Oprah said, "Who are you talking to?" He said, "I'm talking to all of you. How are you "B"s doing today?" Oprah asked him, "Where did you learn to talk like that?" He said, "I was told that's the way you Black women talk in the US."
Immediately my mind turned to a statement rapper Sister Souljah made in the 1990's, during the Bill Clinton administration. She said, "If Black people kill Black people everyday, why not have a week and kill White people?". She made that statement in reference to the violence between the Bloods and Crips gangs. So I asked the question, "If Black women call Black women "B"s every day, and White women call Black women "B"s every day, why not have a week and call White women "B"s?"
I know what you Brothers and Sisters are thinking right now, Sister Muhammad has gone overboard again. But you know if such a week was to take place, the first White woman on my list that I would call a "B" would be Hillary Clinton. Hillary Clinton is the only White woman so far that I've called a "B" behind closed doors for her involvement in helping Obama denounce his pastor Jeremiah Wright. Now everyone on this site (with good, good sense) knows that when Rev. Wright made his "God Damn America" speech Brotherman wasn't lying. I had to back up from the TV a bit when he said it, but it's true. We all have been abused by this system. If you're Black, and from the South like me, you have definitely experienced that, so we have all said it at least once in our lifetime.
Next would be the two Bush women, Barbara and Laura, (And they're some ugly "B"s!!) I still wonder how can any man sleep with someone as ugly as they are. They are so ugly it's a wonder they don't make onions cry. Don't laugh, it ain't funny!!!
Let me know if you agree with me, Brothers and Sisters, "If Black women call each other "B"s everyday, why don't we have a week and call White women "B"s?"
I think is shows a degree of ingrained self hatred that the Willie Lynch Doctrine predicted. Eventually the oppressed culture will continue to oppress itself even though the visible tools of oppression have been removed. Our language and use of language binds us.
Wednesday, April 22nd 2009 at 3:50PM
No, I don't think females like to be called that or the "N-word"/Miate (in spanish) for that matter. However, some females call each other that in casual conversations, just like a lot of dudes supposedly call each other the "N-word" as a "term of endearment."
Saturday, June 20th 2009 at 7:20AM