Were You Conceived Gay? Or Was Your Sex Altered Chemically?
Come join PUUR’S Ubuntu Circle…for North, South, East, West Africans, Dadporans, & African Ameticans to really get to know each other, shed the European media’s image of us, & form “the majority” we are.
Let our hastage be, #themajorityweare
South AAfrica Bans Natural Hair…A Direct Act Of CulturL Genocide
See, the white LGBT get the rights to be themselves while again, white Patriarchal culture, continuing their effort to destroy the culture of non-whites, bans naturL hair in South Africa.
Fighting back, these ladies use social media to garner support.
Paulette McKenzie-Leaphart waled 1,000 miles from Biloxi, Miss. to DC topless to deliver a message to Congress…exposing the harsh relalities of the disease and the need to find a cure.
A message to the rest of us, at 47, she had never a mammogram because she was “one of those women who knew for sure it would never happen to me.”
by Sarafina Wright
WI Staff Writer
What Does The Evidence Say…About Homosexuality
Shouldn’t an alternative sexual life be a matter of choice…based on ‘all’ the evidence or is it ok to be forced, coerced, tricked into it? A wise choice can only be made if one has the evidence.
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We just need to know the history of ‘everything’…for example: why African sexuality is per ‘matriarchy’, ‘the’ peace based culture as well as why European sexuality is per patriarchy, ‘the’ power based culture…per the World Conference on Matriarchy and of the modern feminist, Heide Goettner-Abendroth, who is forging the development of a new Modern Matriarchal Studies and author.
The concept of sex, sexuality, caring…not love, etc. are quite different in African, refreshing, really…things are just to sexualized…sex isn’t the primary focus of relationships…as is indicated in this presentation.
In this live presentation, Malidoma Somé and his wife Sobonfu take us into the Dagara village and give us their tribal view of intimacy, relationships and marriage. For a subject as overworked as sex, here are some fascinating and important lessons from the heart that are as fresh and relevant as they are ancient. In this live presentation, Malidoma Somé and his wife Sobonfu take us into the Dagara village and give us their tribal view of intimacy, relationships and marriage. For a subject as overworked as sex, here are some fascinating and important lessons from the heart that are as fresh and relevant as they are ancient.
Whites, Allys, Notwithstanding, Do What Whites Do, Package Information, Even Anti-Racism Information…Goal: To Sell…Not To Help Black & Brown People Heal
SirusXM Urban View…Give Us Black/African Experts Who’re About Helping Us Learn & Heal
Peripheral information about racism/white supremacy, maybe…helpful to whites and maybe Black & Brown people but nothing to help ‘us’ heal.
Information, for sale, that helps Black & Brown people learn their history (color-consciousness, included) and heal.
Just listening to Coates is educational in a way that’s healing in that it let’s us know, on a personal , intimate, and legitimate level that (1) ‘we are not imagining things’ and (2) there is a systematic reason for our plight.
Others of us, not only write but encourage us to learn but to also, work-thru our pain.
If Sirius XM Radio is interested in helping Black & Brown people, they will introduce us to our experts, we really don’t have a lot of time to waste…beating arounf the bush getting to the point via white allys.
Tim Wise Admits, Whites Don’t Know Black/African History, Maybe That’s Why His Lectures Are Restricted To, Not Patriarchy, But Only Racism/White Supremacy In The Modern Era, Doesn’t Discuss The European Origin of Patriarchy & How It Birthed Sexism, Classism, Racism, etc. Black & Brown people need to know the ‘totality’ of their history…as do whites…which includes the European origin of patriarchy (the core of white male supremacy) & how it birth the systematic tool of racism/supremacy. Lisentening to Wise, he doesn’t seem to know that racism/white supreamcy are variable of patriarchy or that Black/African social sturcture is ‘matriarchy’
Black & Brown People Need To Know The Totality Of Their History And When & Where Patriarchy (the core of white male supreamcy) & It’s Tool, The System of Racism/White Supremacy Has Impacted Us Historically, Even Before Colonialism
Tim Wise Doens’t Know This But Tony Browder & Ta-he Coates Can Cover The Totality Of The Topic..Let’s Use Our Experts, PLEASE
White allys, like Wise, Dara Silverman, and Zoe Williams codify anti-racism and make money off it…sell Black & Brown people how to kits, lesson plans, expensive workshops & trainings.
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There was no mention of ‘matriarchy’…the Black/African family social structure…still in existence, from ancient times.
Even though the Afrocentric community introduced us to Cheikh Anta Diop’s book, The Cultural Unity of Black Africa: The Domains of Matriarchy & of Patriarchy in Classical Antiquity, in the 1980’s, his book per his 1950’s thesis told us that ‘matriarchy’ was African.
Now, Heide Göttner-Abendroth is a German feminist, is advocating a new (Modern) Matriarchy Studies academic field, focusing on the study of matriarchal or matrilineal (Black/African) societies.
White feminists are saying that your/our matriarchal family/social structure is, 1) a possible solution to a society (western, US) in crisis, 2) the perfect family/social structure, 3) better than the white patriarchal family/social structure…so good that it’s their preference…the social structure that guarantees them…equality.
Ironic though…because even after 2 world conferences, there’s still no credit to Diop who discerned that ‘matriarchy’ as the and a viable…social structure is still, currently in existence…and is the Black/African family/social structure because…
Because, Diop is the 1st to disprove the white ‘scholars’ (Johan Bachofen, Lewis M. Morgan, and Friedrich Engels) who said ‘patriarchy’ was the superior culture having evolved out of ‘matriachy’, thus replacing it.
To replace is to render non-existent…Diop disproved this in is 1950’s thesis. And, now Göttner-Abendroth affirms his work recording in her book, Matriarchal Studies: Studies On Indigenous Cultures Across The Globe. She Affirms it to the extent that it’s warranted 2 world conferences so far and is significant enough to warrent an academic field of study of it’s own…Modern Matriarchal Studies.
Do Black feminist know this?
I don’t know if they know this or not. They’er more influential than am I and it would be a more noted gift it came from them…but today, I’m giving it to Black/African, Mother’s of Color of the diaspora and African…to us all…for Mother’s Day, 2016.
I’m giving it because I think if it could become the focus of our discussion on patriarchal racism/white supremacy, it would ultimately lead us to the right answers and lead us to victory in this ‘war’ on our culture.
Another Factor Affecting School Performance of Black Children…Depression Makes Parents Less Affectionate To Kids
When parents suffer depression, there can be a ripple effect on children. Kids may become anxious, even sad. There may be behavior problems. Health may suffer.
There are a number of reasons why depressed parents can have a difficult time nurturing their children…“Just think about the symptoms of depression — the feelings of hopelessness, helplessness, loss of energy, interest in things that usually give you pleasure,” she says. “And think about having those symptoms and trying to take care of children.”
And, children themselves say, mom “just loves me… and [doesn’t] listens to me.”
But women who recover from depression got interested in their children again.
This is especially important for Black parents and their children. too. Because of acculturation and oppression, depression is endemic and a silent demon in the Black community. Self-education can help, read: Black Pain: It Just Looks Like We’re Not Hurting and Facing the Black Shadow.
By: Patti Neighmond