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Reply to "Cognitive dissonance and the black woman"

Hey, Viking, what can I say, this is the type of world we live in, and I'm only refering to the black women that are like my female relatives & Virtue's friends: black women who are the SOURCE of their own CD, but too immature to own up to it.

We blacks have a history of WANTING to see black men occupy higher stations in the world for the sole purpose of inspiring us to do just as good or better...also, to prove the hordes of racist naysayers wrong. Let me ask you all a question, how many times have this happen to you: whenever you'd witnessed a matter of consequence taking place (be it in the corporate world, politics or science etc) wouldn't there always be another black person that nudge you and say (under their breath): "Notice there ain't no black people there, right" or "Where da brothas" (then you both would give each other *that look*)?

To rid ourselves of this tired-ass, self-defeating scenerio, black men had to prove that they are just as good as, just as smart as, just as competent as and just as creative as...it's fuckin annoying when these very same achievements are used AGAINST black men in a negative way, especially by black women (like my relatives) who CONSTANTLY bitch & moan about good-man shortages, man-crises and supposedly lousy dating-pools filled with UNATTRACTIVE, UNEMPLOYED, UNEDUCATED, UNAMBITIOUS black men who "ain't about shit".


"Cognitive Dissonance" is a clever sounding clinical name, but in lay terms it's really just a cute way of saying (a black person's) social ineptitude generated from the fear of rejection, followed by a BRUTAL REALITY-CHECK (where he/she is forced to evaluate & acknowledge where they REALLY stand in the black social strata).

My Prescription: Grow the fuck up, stop getting in your own way, and learn the kind of social skills that are conducive to the type of love/social life you so desire (men & women alike). C'mon!!
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