You may or may not know this, but Black women are often praised within the Black community. We–primarily Black men and Black women–write poetry, sing songs, do dances, produce movies, and exercise every artistic medium available to express just how much we care for and admire Black women (We also use the those same artistic mediums to completely devalue Black women, but that’s for another day).
Has anyone come across a similar desire to express adoration for White women in their community? Are there books of poetry talking about how glorious White women are? I haven’t heard of such a thing, and I’m thinking that this is because White women are very well represented within media (not “the media”–“media” is plural).
Albeit, a certain type of White woman is represented within media, but if you do a google image search for “beautiful woman” or “sexy woman,” White women dominate the images available. Now, this doesn’t mean that White women are any more or less attractive than any other groups of women, but it must be very empowering (and de-powering if you don’t make the grade) to see women like you offered up as what’s definitively attractive.
Now, neither one of these women are the least bit attractive to me, but I’ve seen attractive White women. They exist, but what do we say about the evidence that a Black woman might closer represent universal beauty–at least within the U.S.?
After all, it’s very common to see White women shooting butt fat into their lips to, tanning, braiding their hair, buying new butts, and virtually jacking the swagger that Black women tend to be naturally born with. Is this self-hate within the White community, envy of the Black community, or something else? I don’t have the answer on this one.
There is a great chasm between what is at the center of the sexual indices of the Black race and the White race.
I’m thinking that I’d like to explore this a bit….
Um…yeah, I would.
Meanwhile, enjoy these two women (LOL).