Black on Black racism and bigotry and intolerance... Mar 29, 2014 21:40:04 GMT -5
Post by X factor on Mar 29, 2014 21:40:04 GMT -5
I use to think I was 'black' until I moved to a predominatly black area.
I've had to really adjust my style and habits.
Urban black male dolls (since that's all they know and have never lived geographically any where else)seem to think all males of color or who are mixed, or even whom are dark skinned, all embrace this Frankenstein-ish urban thug 'fiddy cents' image, not even.
So if you're black or perceived as being a black doll, and don't embrace the urban attire, look, sway, than you're ostracized, made fun of, or everyone thinks you're gay, including the urbanized black female dolls who are just as shallow and insecure about self and style as are the males.
When I lived around a more diverse community of dolls, I use to wear sandals, flip flops, shorts, I mean regular shorts, not the long ridiculous urban kind that look like Fat Albert pants.
I had unique style and flair when I lived in more diverse community, and people were open minded and just let me be me.
Then I moved to urban area, and suddenly to all the black male dolls 'Oh, you must be gay', sneers, laughing behind your back, Down low types hitting up on you, sending you notes, texting you odd stuff.
I just don't get the black doll male mindset in that to them, white male dolls are allowed to be as unique and expressive as they want, and their orientation is never questioned, instead they're embraced, and the very same hood males who down me and my style, will secretly admire, befriend some blue haired W-doll.
They, B-dolls, allow others to be unique and artistically expressive, yet want to keep other B-dolls in a pit of ignorance.
Can't wait to leave this area so I can go back to wearing clothing I'm comfortable in without insecure corner males laughing and sneering at me as I walk by.