It wasn’t because I wasn’t pretty enough, or special enough, or smart enough.The issue did not lie with me, but from the culture that produced Maxi’s father, whose own father has multiple children littered all over Los Angeles even though his is college educated and a practicing attorney.So miss me with that ish about “Christelyn’s baby’s father didn’t want her and she’s just bitter, that’s why she advocates swirling!
When looking at the data of Black newlyweds in the U.
S., researchers found that intermarriage is twice as common for Black men as it is for Black women.
This should be a surprise to um…nobody, because we are well aware of the epidemic out-of-wedlock rate in the black community.
But what I find funny (not in a ha-ha sort of way but in a this-ish-ain’t-right sort of way) is that as usual, the focus and bad news about black women leans towards the idea that the cradle of destruction for the black community lies at our whoring feet, whorish whores that we are. After the No Wedding No Womb epic clustercuss, I realized a sobering truth: Black men haven’t been marrying black women for so long that black women no longer expect to be married (or at least in a long-term committed relationship) before having children.
I’m convinced that if the majority of black women knew that men of other races often come from a culture in which fathers are committed to the mothers of their children, we’d see these stats less and less.