I totally agree my brotha. Love is love. But sometimes....you have to chose love for your culture FIRST ….more than choosing love for yourself. Cuz Black love encompass all members. And it is this love for culture that many Black women have sacrificed their lives for and is the reason our culture has survived thus far. And for some of the new brothers of this generation [who know the history of Africans coming here] to dismiss and wipe their boots on this fact [by disrespecting black women on the constant] cuz of their own insecurities/embarrassment as former African men/warriors is far worse and far psychologically damaging to every black person in America than the genocide Africans experienced during the Transatlantic Slave Trade, Slavery, Jim Crow and the Civil Rights Movement all in one. If we can't interweave African/Black unity into our culture by protecting and loving the women [girls, sisters, mothers, aunts, grandmothers] in it-then we are our own enemies, our own monsters, our own self-killing mechanism-much like the Betta fish and no one is to blame for our extinction but us. Just sayin But!