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Author: Tafari, Friday, March 14th, 2008 at 7:49 PM

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“Je est an autre” – I is another – A. Rimbaud

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  1. muslimahlocs Says:

    my head started spinning reading this even though i am familiar with the story. although arguably less offensive, the mummy displays all over in the uk and paris have given me that same feeling of naseau. i will take this as my cue to go lie down and rest my head.

  2. ayankha Says:

    Yeah, I gave props to CL for this one. I sent this one out to my peeps a while ago and everyone has been like “dang”. I guess folks will think twice before they get all excited by the booty shake of neo-video vixens.

    My take
    I think it is a very informative video and I lament the degredation Black woman have had to endure for centures- I live it everyday. On the other end of things I don’t mind the Black woman’s body being CELEBRATED. And this is where there is a fine line and lots of confusion. Celebrating the body involves an essential element: respect (okay and a lil admiration). And in these videos/mags (esp what happened to Sarah Baartman & countless other women) this is what lacks (or is non-existent)… respect. Could the body be respected and printed in mags/videos where people often get their jerk on? I’m not entirely sure, but I’m not hatin either.

    I just want people to know that it is a different thing when a woman is being forced (or short changing herself) into putting her body on display to get scum sprayed all over her and making your booty clap for your man and enjoying the tear it brings to his eye.

    Thanks Tafari for posting this!

  3. Los Angelista Says:

    So glad you reposted this. Knowing our history serves to make us think twice about repeating it voluntarily.

    I first really read about this about 10 years ago after seeing Dr. Joy Degruy-Leary speak. She featured her in her lecture and afterwards, so many people talked about how they’d never heard about this.

  4. Bygbaby Says:

    Muslimahlocs – I never thought about the mummies being offensive but I see the parallel. If the nap fails I can send you a few vicodin. They always work for any ailment.

    Ayankah – It is so funny can have a bunch of kidde/20’s/immature 30’s + non-sense pop shit up & have something so profound like this in the middle. I guess they call it edutainment???

    Don’t trip but I thought of Garcelle Beauvais’ Playboy spread from last year while reading this.

    Although I loved looking at all them titties & ass, I was still like, why did she have to go there. One of the most attractive Black women in entertainment then short changed herself IMHO, but again, I loved all them titties & ass.

    Just Google her now, & all you see are links to her Playboy spread. I am sure that is not what she wants or wanted to be famous for.

    Yes I am a little bit of a hypocrite. Shit, I am a man that gets excited by tig ole bittles

    “I just want people to know that it is a different thing when a woman is being forced (or short changing herself) into putting her body on display to get scum sprayed all over her and making your booty clap for your man and enjoying the tear it brings to his eye.” Damn!!! I hear you boo. That comment is going to make it real hard for me to pop in one of my booty talk videos (holding head down in shame).

    Being more serious, we all need to do better & that includes teach out daughters to be strong & teaching our sons to be respectful & protecting as they should be.

    Liz – “So glad you reposted this. Knowing our history serves to make us think twice about repeating it voluntarily.” So true. This is a great example why we need to be thinking & learning about Black History every day, not just 28 days a month.

    So many things to know & understand about us outside of the peculiar institution of slavery & a handful of notable figures that the educational system in the west puts in our text books.

    We need to know more about African history, the diaspora & unsung (s)heroes.


  5. ayankha Says:

    LOL, Bygbaby, I ain’t even hatin on guys watching that stuff. I am the last to be critical of such. I’m just saying that I think the Black body SHOULD be celebrated and folks need to know the difference. Some folks watching/responding to the video express that Black women should get covered head to toe in order to be respected. And that is not the case at all, IMHO. Now, I wouldn’t randomly walk around with my booty cheeks hanging out, but I am an advocate of displaying (in film & print mostly) the Black body & sensuality appropriately (this is very subjective). It is beautiful when I see that reflected in media. Now I am not a huge fan of the hardcore stuff, but I’ve seen some I thought were kinda tasteful. I’m not trying to knock anybody’s hustle & pleasure… I’m just sayin that we are all complex individuals…most things are on a continuum and not so Black and White. So, I really don’t like the “hypocrite” label (unless you are Spitzer conducting yourself like some type of moral authority while getting your $80k creep on) when it applies to things that are pretty average.

    I feel you on teaching our future… that is really what’s important.

    Sorry for another long comment.

  6. ingridspeak Says:

    Its been a while since I swung through your site. I loved this post!

    Welcome back to my blogroll… I missed reading you!

  7. Tyreek James Says:

    Mr. Byg,

    I read about this on other blogs. Rather interesting stuff.


  8. Bygbaby Says:

    Ayankah – Thx for letting me off the hook!!! I hear you & agree. It is ok to be a little revealing IMO but to leave nothing to the imagination is going to far & cheap.

    Ingrid – Hey boo, happy you are back & I need to check you out as well, you always have great topics.

    Tyreek – First of all, thx for stopping through! I hate being last but learning is life long…

    Mr. Byg makes me think of a few R Kelly songs. Why did you put that in my mind!!! LOL


  9. Smitty Says:

    I saw this over at CL too. I was almost in tears learining of this for the first time. the parallels with black women today are astonishing. I think every stripper and video hoe should be made to view this video. Shit is disgusting. How did White folks justify shit like this back in the day. And nowaday they wonder why some black folks don’t like whites….beacuse historically ya’ll did some fucked up stuff to people of color on damn near every contenent on the globe,let alone the problems here in America.

  10. Bygbaby Says:

    Smitty – “I think every stripper and video hoe should be made to view this video.” They would still pop that shit on videos just for a chance to fuck a rapper, not all but I bet a heck of a lot. How far can your career really go with a long list of “video modeling”???

    I don’t understand how they do or did justify any of the shit they did & do but the funny thing is that they want people to forgive & forget about the conditions that they created & in a lot of cases today perpetuate.


  11. Ms. Bar B: Says:

    I just wanted to stop through and thank you for calling attention to Sarah. I literally JUST learned about her briefly in an article that I just read for a Gender & Women's Studies course that I am taking this summer (which is the field that I am currently earning my B.A. in). I googled Hottentot and your blog popped up. This video and another youtube video is going to help me out alot with a media analysis that I am working on right now.

    The whole thing just saddens me and I hope that Sarah's story will keep being recirculated because WE (black women), all women and all people need to know her story and actually learn a thing or two.

    Sorry for the book, lol, just wanted to show some love for a great post and your unintentional assistance with my analysis =)

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