The Worthless Black Woman

“The Worthless Black Woman”

Those four words are hard to swallow. In today’s society, The Black Woman is discarded. She is left unloved and unprotected. Today’s media pushes every other race to the forefront of the Black Woman. Men scream that we aren’t Loyal and that we have No Morals.

I wonder do they realize their hand in this situation? You have abandoned the Black Woman and have devalued her worth greatly. So much so that the Black Woman is doing all kinds of unsavory things just to get your attention; And my God imagine what she has to endure and sacrifice to keep it!

Black woman in this day and time are made to compete. Made to compete for status, financial security, Love and much more. And the Educated Black Woman is told to be a threat to the Black Man. We have been pit against each other for dominance. If the woman make more money than the Black Man, then he is viewed as Worthless, while if the man makes more and she depends on him, then she is a Gold Digger and Worthless by societies standards.

The Black Man and Woman needs to go under Reconstruction. I’m not talking about surgically; but emotionally, spiritually, physically and culturally. We are in danger of extinction. In more ways than one.
My prayer for us as a Black Race is that we as Black Men and Women can learn to Love, Value, Protect, Encourage, Motivate, Nurture, Educate, Enlighten, and Believe in each other.

Black Women, encourage our Black Men. Love them and make them feel like a Man should feel. Black Men, the image and self respect of and for the Black Woman is at an all time Low. She for so long has been abused; mentally, physically, and emotionally that it is known for the Black Woman to be so UnKept.

I am afraid for our future youth. I am afraid for my daughter. I am afraid that this world will tell her that she is worthless and that she will believe it.

I am that myth. That one in a million that they say does not exist. I am Black and I am Beautiful! I am worth just as much as a woman of another race for my people were Kings and Queens. I am Worth all this World has to Offer.

I am a Black Woman and I am Proud to be. I know my place in this World. And until I have a King, I will continue to do all that I can to combat the stereotype of “The Worthless Black Woman” I am a Queen and long my I Reign!
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2 thoughts on “The Worthless Black Woman

  1. The black race itself will never go extinct but the American black society is headed for extinction. I strongly believe our culture is beyond saving, is on its way out, and to this I have just two words: good riddance. If it survives fine but I won’t lose sleep at the possibility that it won’t.

    I saw this coming as a child from watching black adults then back in the 70s. “Black Women, encourage our Black Men. Love them and make them feel like a Man should feel.”–no, I’m done. Been there already, and at this stage in my life I’m indifferent to them. I’m indifferent to other black women. At this point my concern is me. Honestly I think it’s best for both sexes to go their separate ways. But for those still hopeful of piecing black America back together…good luck with that. They’re gonna need it.

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    • Reading your comment, broke my heart, for so many reasons, and most will remain unsaid. It truly brought tears to my eye’s. Because for every one person trying to piece us together, nine others will come and rip it apart. I don’t want my daughter to be viewed and or treated like an object. It scares me, that this world or some undeserving man will tell her that she is unpretty and unworthy and she will believe them. Smh. So with that said; I do not believe you! No, I will not listen to you. Instead, I will pray for you. You spoke so eloquently, you could surely change our Black nation and how others view us as a whole, cause I do it everyday. I set forth to erase stereotypes, boundaries, and to erase the great divide between Black Men and Black Women now. If you won’t be apart of the revolution of the solution, sweetheart, then you are part of the problem.

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