Recapping Black History

Black History – A History Of Beauty

Since this is the end of Black History Month in America, here’s 27 fine reminders that Black History has always, despite the claims of some agitators, always been a history of the darker side of hotness. Despite various claims to contrary by certain sorts of agitators, Black women have always enjoyed – sometimes endured – the attentions of men in America of all races. It is only in the rarefied world of fashion that they are largely deprecated.

Hellfire! Despite claims to contrary, it common enough that the “Black Community” has some strong issues with it, especially their males, who have a huge problem with Black women dating Whites.

A more in-depth and NSFW review can be found here.

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2 Responses to “Recapping Black History”

  1. Felipe Zapata Says:

    Say what one will, the really appealing “black” women are a mixture of races, usually black and white, i.e. mulattos. Contrast Halle Berry with Whoopi Goldberg.

  2. jonolan Says:

    As a rebuttal, I say to look here. That being said however, I’ve long held the belief that there is no point nor purpose in arguing matters of taste. And that being said, mixtures of races accounts for far more physical traits than are apparent because the majority of Blacks are mixed if one looks back far enough.

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