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  1. Anonymous Says:

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  2. Meikmeika Says:

    When I was younger and maybe one of two black kids in a class of majority whites, I did at times wish I wasn’t the minority.

    For me, my natural hair texture was always an issue. For many other black people I was too light to have such “nappy” hair…huh? So I was always called means names.

    Thank goodness I got over that hurdle!!!


  3. Danielle Says:

    Great post. I can’t say that I’ve ever really dealt. My immediate family runs the gamut from fair to dark and me in between.

    I was always loved and never felt for a moment that there was an issue. It’s weird because when I became an adult as in Grown Ass Woman, I started to notice colorism more.

    I walked down the street w/a friend who is extremely fair and saw the attn and heard the “redbone” comments that were viewed as compliments from those issuing the stmts.

    It was a weird and disappointing moment to realize that some of us are still caught up and believe the closer we are to white, the better.


  4. Shay Says:

    When I was growing up I was either taunted for being dark skinned or told that I was “pretty to be dark skinned”. Anyway, I always had a good comeback when I was teased; but the “pretty to be dark skinned” thing always threw me off.

    I know it was meant to be a compliment but I thought it was an insult….it’s like they’re saying dark skinned women in general are ugly and I was a lucky one….it used to really piss me off and I know I’m not the only one who’s experienced this.

    I’m over it now as an adult and I know light skinned blacks receive abuse as well…..As far as hair texture goes I was told by another black woman that if I decided to wear my hair natural I would have a hard time finding a man.

    I have locks (Sisterlocks) and currently I am manless but I seriously doubt it’s the hair, but I did have an ex-boyfriend tell me that he wanted me to look black but white (meaning straight hair) and I should lose the locks. I get compliments on my hair all the time so I choose not to focus on the negative. Hopefully,I won’t encounter another asshole such as he.

    P.S. I guess I should point out that my hair was chemically straightened when we met…we broke up and I went natural…he popped back up on the scene, saw my hair and had an ass clown moment.


  5. Bam Says:

    Hmmm. I have had more issues with being fair from other Blacks who were not as fair. I am routinely teased for being clear or light bright, almost white. I really am not bothered by it until I am in a large social setting of darker skinned black people and they have all these questions about my family and background and if I perm my hair (which I don’t and that causes more raised eyebrows). Maybe that has manifested itself in my selection of men. I tend to be attracted to men who are darker than I am. Slightly darker at least. I don’t know. I am really kind of sick of the color mess, but this is the world we live in.

    Later
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  6. nandeni Says:

    one day this issue of color will return to the nothingness it once was…


  7. Los Angelista Says:

    We’ve all had those moments. I mean, we live in America so how could we not? Last time I went home a relative commented to me that it was a shame I’d stayed in California so long because my skin had gotten darker and now it’ll probably never turn back to being pretty like it used to be. She’s older so I just smiled and said something sarcastic like, “Isn’t it just a shame? Folks might think I’m black now!” She didn’t get it and later told my mom I’d been rude to her.

    My husband’s the darkest in his family and he got teased a LOT. And now he’s the darkest of our little bunch, but we don’t tease him. He just gets sick of being asked if he’s really the father of our kids because they’re lighter than he is. It’s really annoying! Our boys are sort of in between us so they’re about the same color as all their Latino classmates (who call themselves white by the way).

    Gosh, our world is so screwed up.


  8. Bygbaby Says:

    To tired to respond individually but I want to let you know t hat your comments are great & it is so funny that most of us have to go through intra-racial drama & sometimes within out own family…

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  9. aulelia Says:

    @losangelista, that was a really interesting anecdote.

    @bygbaby, the trend i am beginning to notice is how colourist issues are beginning to seep into blogs too. i had a post about black fashion models and one person left a very derogatory comment against ajuma nayasana, the dark-skinned kenyan model, stating he would rather look at chanel iman. it fucking worked me right up but i realised i just need to ignore it.


  10. Bygbaby Says:

    Aulelia – We must not wast energy on those not wanting to be recused from the matrix. Let them live in their shallow non aware existence, they make for nothing more than a head ache & wasted racial lessons.

    Bygbaby


  11. aulelia Says:

    @Bygbaby/Tafari (it’s okay to use that name too right?), you are right but it just gets so disheartening! Because those fools may one day have kids and pass their nonsense on!



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