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Jada Pinkett Smith Talks False Sense of Relationship Between Men and Women

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Jada Pinkett Smith took to Facebook to address the deep rooted brainwashed nature of men and women, when it comes to relationships. Pinkett Smith who has never been one to mince words, told her readers about the warped image of love that most women and men try to live up to. Both men and women are finding themselves catering to society’s commercialized ideal of what it means to love a man or a woman and the things and features you have to possess in order to do so. Let’s call it the all beauty and no brains syndrome.

She says, “How is man to recognize his full self, his full power through the eye’s of an incomplete woman? The woman who has been stripped of Goddess recognition and diminished to a big a**and full breast for physical comfort only. The woman who has been silenced so she may forget her spiritual essence because her words stir too much thought outside of the pleasure space. The woman who has been diminished to covering all that rots inside of her with weaves and red bottom shoes.” 

She also addresses the fact that men are stretching to maintain a certain status to be recognized by women, allowing themselves to be used.

She says that, “even men would render themselves empty and longing for meaning, depth and connection. There is a deep sadness when I witness a man that can’t recognize the emptiness he feels when he objectifies himself as a bank and truly believes he can buy love with things and status. It is painful to witness the betrayal when a woman takes him up on that offer. He doesn’t recognize that the create of a half woman has contributed to his repressed anger and frustration of feeling he is not enough. He then may love no woman or keep many half women as his prize.”

 

 

 

 

 

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3 Comments

  1. Darrah Grays

    December 11, 2012 at 3:29 pm

    Awesome! It is imperative that we come to some form of identifying our true core values and beliefs, then proceed from there. It may require some soul searching and even being alone to truly identify how unique each one of us will be. I believe if we view ourselves differently and not look to society for a checklist that creates carbon copies, then we can appreciate the value and meaning of a relationship that is whole and complete in Christ.

  2. Alberta Hill

    December 11, 2012 at 6:42 pm

    Jada,frist off not all ladys are out just for what they can get from a man.some are really looking for that special person,but you have lady’s out there.that would rather take care of a man then to let that man go out and get his self a dam job…some of them are baby mama,thats the only way they know how to keep a man.I’m not going to say you married Will to get where you are in the movies.because I saw you in movies before you married him my mind is big not small..so when any body comes at you with something negitive,put God…. first….Christ complete’s my life i don’t know about any one else.i just know that God did not put me on this earth to be a man door matt.he put me here for man to love and respect me and that works both ways..if we are going to have a happy relationship it takes work on both sides..God Bless

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