...

Page 1 of 3
Reply
  • Updated Jan 31, 2021

    .

  • Nov 26, 2020
    1 reply

    basically, the little tweets and offhand comments you see on twitter from other black people (mainly black women and gay men) about black men being violent, the weakest links, hateful, etc. will only grow in time and white people will soon jump on it

    we're kinda seeing a new wave of dehumanization of the black man and black intellectuals as well as feminists are leading the way

    s*** like this is extremely dangerous but it's treated as if it was a joke or something you should ignore

  • Nov 26, 2020

    this news story imo is the best representation of what's going on right now. look at the headline and picture.

  • Nov 26, 2020
    1 reply

    It's in the first picture I posted but I think it deserves its own post itt since it summarizes what's going on right now: "The consequence of the growth of a Black intellectual class in the university and society more generally was a distancing from the condition of poor young Black males, and ultimately an endorsing of the phobic-inspired lens of whites who viewed Black males more generally as dangerous, violent and anti-woman"

    Through a characterization of the black man (that is NOT based on facts!!) as a backward oppressor, this new class of black intellectuals in the women's and LGBTQ circles are legitimizing some dangerous thoughts against black men as a whole (including gay black men ironically).

  • Nov 26, 2020

    I'm gonna start this book and I'd appreciate if some of y'all could read it with me. If you're down, just quote me itt and I'll set a schedule for the reading and we'll go through it together while discussing it here.

  • Nov 26, 2020
    2 replies

    OP tweakin off the midterms addy stash

  • Nov 26, 2020
    1 reply
    nik3don

    It's in the first picture I posted but I think it deserves its own post itt since it summarizes what's going on right now: "The consequence of the growth of a Black intellectual class in the university and society more generally was a distancing from the condition of poor young Black males, and ultimately an endorsing of the phobic-inspired lens of whites who viewed Black males more generally as dangerous, violent and anti-woman"

    Through a characterization of the black man (that is NOT based on facts!!) as a backward oppressor, this new class of black intellectuals in the women's and LGBTQ circles are legitimizing some dangerous thoughts against black men as a whole (including gay black men ironically).

    The cool thing about nuance is that both things can be true

    One thing I noticed that is never talked about is the normality of child abuse among black boys getting their ass whopped by their mothers, which I'd imagine would give off some trauma that is generally normalized, and the fact that black women can often perpetuate homophobia/transphobia (which, ironically talking so much s*** on black men could be considered transphobic, but that's another discussion) that sorta enables it on a wide scale in our community.

    That being said, a lot of "pro black" movements that tend to be more nationalistic do try to be gatekeepers and tend to be dismissive of black LGBT/women's experiences, so it's not like it's coming from outta nowhere.

  • Mike22

    OP tweakin off the midterms addy stash

    OP on that Donald Trump pack lmaoo

  • Nov 26, 2020
    LaissezLaFlaire

    The cool thing about nuance is that both things can be true

    One thing I noticed that is never talked about is the normality of child abuse among black boys getting their ass whopped by their mothers, which I'd imagine would give off some trauma that is generally normalized, and the fact that black women can often perpetuate homophobia/transphobia (which, ironically talking so much s*** on black men could be considered transphobic, but that's another discussion) that sorta enables it on a wide scale in our community.

    That being said, a lot of "pro black" movements that tend to be more nationalistic do try to be gatekeepers and tend to be dismissive of black LGBT/women's experiences, so it's not like it's coming from outta nowhere.

    My perspective too. Very unfortunate because it creates unnecessary division in an already fragmented movement.

  • Nov 26, 2020
    3 replies

    The only way I keep my sanity is by constantly reminding myself that the black women on social media don鈥檛 represent black women in real life

  • Nov 26, 2020
    EMY

    The only way I keep my sanity is by constantly reminding myself that the black women on social media don鈥檛 represent black women in real life

    /thread

  • Nov 26, 2020

    Might as well lock the thread OP KTT don't wanna talk about this because they lack nuance.

  • Nov 26, 2020
    EMY

    The only way I keep my sanity is by constantly reminding myself that the black women on social media don鈥檛 represent black women in real life

    Really people with outlandish and discriminatory opinions are usually the loud minorities. Tbh I feel this applies to many other groups too

  • Nov 26, 2020

    Another set of tweets trashing black men 馃ケ

  • since when we giving attention to slow people? I told y'all that twitter is full of scum and garbage people

  • Nov 26, 2020

    Niggas just log into Twitter and wake up angry jesus lmao

  • Nov 26, 2020
    2 replies


  • Nov 26, 2020
    EMY


  • Nov 26, 2020
    1 reply

    Y'all are starting to sound just like those losers that are constantly b****ing about women and that think they're being persecuted. The best thing you can do is ignore all these bitter, hateful people and whatever narrative they're trying to push and go about your day. Stop obsessing over miserable people on the internet and giving them the attention they want.

  • Nov 26, 2020
    2 replies
    The Wizard

    Y'all are starting to sound just like those losers that are constantly b****ing about women and that think they're being persecuted. The best thing you can do is ignore all these bitter, hateful people and whatever narrative they're trying to push and go about your day. Stop obsessing over miserable people on the internet and giving them the attention they want.

    None of this changes the fact that Twitter is a disease

  • Nov 26, 2020
    1 reply
    EMY

    None of this changes the fact that Twitter is a disease

    so quit social media or limit your usage of it. it has no benefit really unless youre networking making moves that'll put more $$$$ in your pocket

  • Nov 26, 2020
    1 reply

    My son @op logged on to twitter and just had enough my g.

  • Nov 26, 2020
    1 reply
    Piano Mane

    My son @op logged on to twitter and just had enough my g.

    I deadass go on there happy as s*** and leave depressed lmaooo

    but fr I've been following Tommy Curry for a lil while and I'm starting to see what's going on in a different light lol

  • Nov 26, 2020

  • Nov 26, 2020
    1 reply
    nik3don

    I deadass go on there happy as s*** and leave depressed lmaooo

    but fr I've been following Tommy Curry for a lil while and I'm starting to see what's going on in a different light lol


    if it gets to the point you get depressed you need to take a break my g.

    do what I do just follow s*** posters and black thots that are smart