You’ll notice I left out one very important reason why white women shouldn’t date black men: to preserve the white race and all the wonderful things we maintain (e.g., Western civilization).Believe me, I had loads of interesting things to say on the subject, but like Pierre de Fermat, I just couldn’t fit it in the margin.As much as mainstream celebrities 3- Our hair, as it grows out of our head, is not unprofessional Honestly I hear this one perpetuated by whites and blacks equally.The notion that our hair, chemically unaltered, is unprofessional is simply ridiculous and discriminatory.And because we love being in everyone’s business when it comes to their love lives, we’re back with even more entertaining evaluations of Hollywood love affairs, but this time, taking a look at our favorite black female celebrities that date, dump, marry, mess with and love them some white men.Some are swirlers you might have known about forever, others, not so much.
“There are times when I assume that black woman resilience—the kind that allows you to face racism and sexism and heterosexism on a daily basis and still maintain your sanity and your health.
It’s the equivalent of asking a darker complected individual to invest in bleaching cream so he or she can fit into the corporate world.4- Wearing our hair natural is not to make some type of rebellious statement Who knows where this notion came from but wearing our hair unstraightened is not indicative of being a member of a counterculture.
It’s just who I am.5- I don’t have to wash my hair everyday I remember back in elementary school I stayed the night over one of my friends’ house. Afterward I had to have the “black hair” conversation with her.
Either way, if you’re nosey like me, you’ll enjoy being in the “know” nonetheless.
Garcelle Beauvais While the chick we’ve always associated with “Fancy” was once married to producer Daniel Saunders, a brotha, back in the day (the two have a 20-year-old son), the relationship ended in divorce. Girlfriend sent an e-mail to his co-workers at the Creative Artists Agency, comparing Nilon to Tiger Woods and outing his affair to all associates.