Beautiful, Food, and Girls: I wasn't called racist until I start
 expressing how much I appreciate
 black girls
Deep down this resonates with all women of African diaspora reading this. Maybe all women, as all women are oppressed to varying degrees. This resonates because love is the deepest & highest vibration within our lives. So why do African women give the most but receive the least globally? Many reasons, racism & sexism being two of them. African women are so brilliant & so beautiful that the insecure men of the world feel the need to control them. I have spent the time in Ethiopia speaking to women whenever I could. I asked them all the same Question. "What's it like to be an African woman in this world?" All said that it's hard because if they "look good" they are judged on their "looks" not on the content of their character. If they don't "look good" then there are less opportunities for them economically. Either way it's a struggle because men own basically everything. Military Banks Schools Food Water Media Music Law Land Business Politics Medicine Literature and even the "Beauty" industry... Men use every opportunity to oppress, profit from & downpress the woman. African women face racism from non Africans, Classism, colourism & Sexism from all. Women are generally more emotionally intelligent than men, they use the right brain & the left brain. Many men are conditioned & rewarded when they just use the left brain & the reptilian (order following, fight or flight brain So from birth women have been told something derogatory by men & by other women controlled by men. You have been told your life's purpose is to fit in & get a man for marriage. Men have been told your life's purpose is to excel & find a woman who supports your goals. I am writing this with gender privilege so more people will read this than if I was a woman. How I look is a bonus, but not my perceived soul contribution to the human experience. So I will use this platform to speak up for women. Working with women who are victims of oppression & sexual violence has shown me that women are generally better human beings than men. So love them properly, leave them room to grow and then support them. Respect chakabars

Deep down this resonates with all women of African diaspora reading this. Maybe all women, as all women are oppressed to varying degrees. This resonates because love is the deepest & highest vibration within our lives. So why do African women give the most but receive the least globally? Many reasons, racism & sexism being two of them. African women are so brilliant & so beautiful that the insecure men of the world feel the need to control them. I have spent the time in Ethiopia speaking to women whenever I could. I asked them all the same Question. "What's it like to be an African woman in this world?" All said that it's hard because if they "look good" they are judged on their "looks" not on the content of their character. If they don't "look good" then there are less opportunities for them economically. Either way it's a struggle because men own basically everything. Military Banks Schools Food Water Media Music Law Land Business Politics Medicine Literature and even the "Beauty" industry... Men use every opportunity to oppress, profit from & downpress the woman. African women face racism from non Africans, Classism, colourism & Sexism from all. Women are generally more emotionally intelligent than men, they use the right brain & the left brain. Many men are conditioned & rewarded when they just use the left brain & the reptilian (order following, fight or flight brain So from birth women have been told something derogatory by men & by other women controlled by men. You have been told your life's purpose is to fit in & get a man for marriage. Men have been told your life's purpose is to excel & find a woman who supports your goals. I am writing this with gender privilege so more people will read this than if I was a woman. How I look is a bonus, but not my perceived soul contribution to the human experience. So I will use this platform to speak up for women. Working with women who are victims of oppression & sexual violence has shown me that women are generally better human beings than men. So love them properly, leave them room to grow and then support them. Respect chakabars

I wasn't called racist until I start expressing how much I appreciate black girls Deep down this resonates with all women of African diaspora reading this Maybe all women as all women are oppressed to varying degrees This resonates because love is the deepest & highest vibration within our lives So why do African women give the most but receive the least globally? Many reasons racism & sexism being two of them African women are so brilliant & so beautiful that the insecure men of the world feel the need to control them I have spent the time in Ethiopia speaking to women whenever I could I asked them all the same Question What's it like to be an African woman in this world? All said that it's hard because if they look good they are judged on their looks not on the content of their character If they don't look good then there are less opportunities for them economically Either way it's a struggle because men own basically everything Military Banks Schools Food Water Media Music Law Land Business Politics Medicine Literature and even the Beauty industry Men use every opportunity to oppress profit from & downpress the woman African women face racism from non Africans Classism colourism & Sexism from all Women are generally more emotionally intelligent than men they use the right brain & the left brain Many men are conditioned & rewarded when they just use the left brain & the reptilian order following fight or flight brain So from birth women have been told something derogatory by men & by other women controlled by men You have been told your life's purpose is to fit in & get a man for marriage Men have been told your life's purpose is to excel & find a woman who supports your goals I am writing this with gender privilege so more people will read this than if I was a woman How I look is a bonus but not my perceived soul contribution to the human experience So I will use this platform to speak up for women Working with women who are victims of oppression & sexual violence has shown me that women are generally better human beings than men So love them properly leave them room to grow and then support them Respect chakabars Meme

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