Men like Masaratti Rick try to pass this self-hatred off in terms of dominance and that a white woman apparently “knows her position and accepts her role as a woman and lets her man lead” (The Race Card). Isn’t security and promotion from a woman found in all colors?
Are black women not capable of evoking positivity just like white women?
The straight blonde hair and the sparkling blue eyes have captivated American beauty.
In a 2016 CNN article, it is said that The Fashion Spot dissected “racial diversity on the runways.
Over New York, London, Paris and Milan 77.6% of the time models on the runway were white” (Pursley).
It’s a betrayal that creates wars within the black community. Too many times, in both past and present, there have been many instances where my fellow black girls are portrayed as stubborn, sassy, dominant, and loud, with derogatory labels such as “ratchet,” “bougie,” and -in the words of Masaratti Rick- “uncoachable” are applied to them.
The divide between black men and black women has become apparent over the years.
From celebrities to average, every day black men, this fetishism of white women is common.
Before me were the words of Miami Dolphins team member, Masaratti Rick, who said, “’The answer is simple, brother,’ he begins.
‘Most of the sisters were raised in broken homes and they don’t have proper guidance to how they should treat a man, so they mess up a lot in relationships.