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Reply to "Cognitive dissonance and the black woman"

This is not a religion debate - it so happened that Rowe mentioned men on "another level" being able to avoid women that may suffer from cognitive dissonance. The phrase suggests a superiority over other men (remember - I'm trying to "unload" these loaded phrases). When I inquired about what makes these men superior and their common traits, she mentioned UNOI. So IMO, the discussion of strict, authoritarian religious groups (in HB's words) in relation to what Black women want from Black men is relevant. There is a non-congruence between the desire to have your man dress & behave like Europeans (see Rowe's many comments on mulitple threads about things White men wear & do that brothers should adopt) & the type of man she described in this thread. I did not issue any attacks, I asked questions that were on my mind.

Perhaps you should ask Kai & HB if they are debating religion away from the context of this thread.

At any rate, thanks for your attempts to help me improve my understanding...
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