Remember, in order to stamp out racism and provide reparations to the oppressed racial minorities, we must strike down and remove anything and everything that triggers such minorities’ sensitivities and be rid of anything and everything that encourages or reinforces the de facto racist, White Supremacist culture of America.
No matter how beautiful something is or how integral to our history and culture it is, it must be exorcized so as to finally end the horror of racism in America. Indeed! The more beautiful and/or integral to society it is, the more important it is to destroy it.
And nothing – I repeat, NOTHING – defines this better than these beautiful White women in Daisy Dukes. They’re hot but racist – horribly, horribly racist, and so this needs to stopped and we need to stop perpetuating this sort of racist display.
They’re White Women
Before we even address the clothing we have to address the underlying issue that these are all White women and for America – Black men excepted because that’s reparations – to find White women beautiful and sexy is inherently racist because Black women don’t look like White women and they are hideously oppressed by White beauty. Worse, it forces some Black women to deny their race.
It’s Southern Rural Fashion
The whole cutoff jeans shorts, often paired with a country-style top, is the iconic Southern rural fashion piece. It can’t get more racist than that. Hell! They’re called Daisy Dukes after Catherine Bach’s character in The Dukes of Hazzard, a television show that has recently been removed from syndication because of its inherently racist nature.
Booty Be A Black Thing
Showcasing a woman’s posterior is a part of Black culture. As such, White women showcasing their butts in tight shorts like Daisy Dukes is just another case of cultural appropriation and is just another way in which America dilutes and denies Blackness.
So, as you can hopefully see, Daisy Dukes need to just go away because at all levels they’re just examples of America’s systemic racism and heartless oppression of the Black Community. It’s time to put an to this display, not in spite of its iconic beauty, but because of it.