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Should Omar Epps be Wearing Skirts? Are black men being forced to be effeminate?

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Actor Omar Epps set off a firestorm of controversy by appearing on The View wearing something that can only be described as a skirt.   The outfit was apparently a new fashion trend that some men are embracing, but offended some viewers as a fold to the gay rights movement of the last four years.

Epps was appearing to promote his new show, “Resurrection” and the appearance led to a strong backlash on Twitter, which led to quite a few nasty words being exchanged.  Rapper Lord Jamar was one of many who felt that Epps had simply gone too far with the odd fashion statement.

“So now Omar Epps has joined the skirt gang? Say it isn’t so! Old heads supposed to know better,” tweeted Lord Jamar.

Lord Jamar and Marlon Wayans then had a back-and-forth over the skirt, with a bit of profanity being tossed around.  Epps himself has even tried to link his dress to traditional African clothing, but this is the first time anyone recalls Epps repping Africa in public.  Also, if you compare his outfit to those worn in Africa, there is quite a contrast.

OK, we want to hear from the black folks, and you don’t have to worry about being politically correct.  Are black men being made into feminine little creatures against their will as the price they have to pay to gain Hollywood acceptance?  Please tell us, we want to know what you think.

 

329 Comments

  1. Mannie

    March 15, 2014 at 4:31 am

    To say that black men are forced to be feminine by wearing a skirt is very ignorant. Not only does it belittle the power, strength and mind of the black who choose to do so but it blasts black history / African history because many men wore and still do wear some sort of skirt or tunic. That’s just facts. Western culture has our people so messed up in the mind it’s sad. This is no different then when blacks “make fun” and complain about other blacks who choose to wear traditional African attire or even European attire. Life is full though. Once upon a time high heels were solely meant for men and women could not wear them…Guess we’d blame the invisible white man pulling the strings of black boys “turning” them gay and feminizing them if “Malik” or “DJ” embraced Louboutins.

    • Gordon

      March 15, 2014 at 3:06 pm

      Hello Brother,
      I can appreciate the history lesson,however using that logic to bolster this action of wearing a skirt by Omar Epps in the context in which this took place is misguided at best.This has absolutely no African ,Masculine or Cultural contextualization to it whatsoever.

    • Adrea

      March 16, 2014 at 11:06 pm

      Most of the lower class in ancient Egypt walked barefoot, but figures on murals dating from 3500 B.C. depict an early version of shoes worn mostly by the higher classes. These were leather pieces held together with lacing that was often arranged to look like the symbol of “Ankh,” which represents life. But there are also some depictions of both upper-class males and females wearing heels, probably for ceremonial purposes. Egyptian butchers also wore heels, to help them walk above the blood of dead beasts. In ancient Greece and Rome, platform sandals called kothorni, later known as buskins in the Renaissance, were shoes with high wood or cork soles that were popular particularly among actors who would wear shoes of different heights to indicated varying social status or importance of characters. In ancient Rome, sex trade was not illegal and female prostitutes were readily identified by their high heels (Wilson 2005).

      During the Middle Ages, both men and women would wear pattens, or wooden soles, that were clearly a precursor the high heel. Pattens would attach to fragile and expensive shoes to keep them out of the mud and other street “debris” when walking outdoors (Swann 1984). In the 1400s, chopines, or platform shoes, were created in Turkey and were popular throughout Europe until the mid-1600s. Chopines could be seven to eight or even 30 inches high, requiring women to use canes or servants to help them walk. Like pattens, chopines were overshoes, but unlike the pattens, chopines were worn almost exclusively by women (Rexford 2000). They were usually designed with cork or wood stacked as the heel.

    • Jeanette Walters

      March 17, 2014 at 6:13 am

      EXACTLY.

    • kAY

      March 17, 2014 at 1:07 pm

      Please get your facts right about what I s African History. Not every man wore a dress- and they wore it specifically for certain reasons. To represent our African culture it is more than just what one puts on – it is lived day in and day out, it is not done to be popular or for popularity or style but for representation of certain tribes and culture. One who truly is supporting their African culture does this in their actions day to day and clothing is optional. Don’t continue to spew this in accurate depiction of what is African and what is ignorant because this will continue to be looked at as we don’t even know our own history!! Where in Africa did we wear heels- and yes there are people pulling strings and other brainwashing programming techniques turning our BLACK MEN/BOYS into feminine little play things for the worlds entertainment and not for our UPliftment. Think about that!!!

  2. Babalawo Ifasina

    March 15, 2014 at 10:44 am

    Instead of commenting; n the significance of SKIRTS, a more important topic is why all these MEGA-MOGULS haven’t pooled their resources to create a CNN, ABC, CBS, FOX etcetera etcetera? Why is there no BANK OF BLACK AMERICA, BANK OF LEROY,BANK OF KWAME,BANK OF THE RED,BLACK,and the GREEN? We reached intergretion GREAT, but let’s face the truth, all due respect to WEB DUBOIS, BOOKER T. WASHINGTON , MARCUS GARVEY,and ELIJAH MUHAMMAD were all right ! REMEMBER the sci-fi movie the MATRIX? CHOSE THE BLUE PILL NEO !

    • Have baby's for doe is a hustle.

      March 15, 2014 at 10:50 am

      MAN u are so right!!!!!!!! That where our concerns should be on real shot that matters….

  3. Goldy G

    March 15, 2014 at 10:46 am

    These actors/entertainers are selling themselves. More than ever we must remember they are not any type of role models for anyone. Many of the females have pushed the sexy bar so far they are laying their mate on TV, now men in skirts and French manicures. It is the result of selling your soul for money and fame.

    • judie

      March 17, 2014 at 5:11 pm

      Many of things we are witnessing today are in the bible. Men wearing dresses may just fall under the category. At least Omar wore what appears to be pants under his little skirt. However, it could have been worse, and perhaps we should be happy that he didn’t make that appearance in a thong and high heels (exclusively). Then we would really have something to talk about.

  4. seemespeak

    March 15, 2014 at 10:46 am

    His choice his fallout. Deak with it. I aint gone do it.

    • seemespeak

      March 15, 2014 at 10:48 am

      Deal with it.

  5. JDub81

    March 15, 2014 at 10:50 am

    Maybe his ass is gay! Other than that he’s just coonin!!!

  6. mackstar32

    March 15, 2014 at 10:57 am

    That’s one of the most crazy questions I’ve seen on this site. I’m sure whoever came up with it is good at sensationalism. Epps is comfortable enough to put that skirt on in front of millions as others would never do it because of fear of stigma from others. Omar wore the skirt willingly and his manhood is still intact.

    • equal2reality

      March 15, 2014 at 4:41 pm

      mackstar32 thank You. My thoughts exactly!

    • financial doctor

      March 15, 2014 at 9:07 pm

      Being gay is personal. Do you.

    • Imhotep

      March 16, 2014 at 1:46 pm

      He did it in front of women, not men or even drag!! Cosby, Sinbad, Michael Collier, Bernie Mack, and a few others never put on a dress, never! And as far as the African custom is concerned, it was a shaul with Kente cloth worn to discern masculine hierarchy, not acting like a woman! Some things are for a man and some for a woman. Right? Maat

  7. vanessa

    March 15, 2014 at 10:58 am

    Im sure its just some weird fashion statement or kinda like a kilt
    he did have pants on under wasn’t showing any leg and he
    wasn’t wearing knee high socks. Tell me how this is any different
    than that basketball player wearing his pink skinny jeans?

    • financial doctor

      March 15, 2014 at 9:09 pm

      If you don’t know the difference I just prayed that one day you will. IQ points can increase. Try harder.

  8. Peter D. Slaughter

    March 15, 2014 at 11:14 am

    Glad I missed the non-sense and as usual a vast % of black’s who are gay or lesbian claiming to be so down with this agenda are really pawns in the game being used by phony,racist white people behind the scenes.
    Overall,the agenda is about genocide,eugenics and population control.
    To bad a vast % of black’s are gradually being conditioned and brainwashed slowly but surely to except the lifestyle as some normal way of living for black people.

    • blevias

      March 15, 2014 at 9:35 pm

      The way I see it is the White man was mad at us about how the O.J. trail came out, so he opened up the flood gates to let the Latina in to take all the jobs that once went to us Blacks. Then he doubled up on the number of Blacks being sent to prison during their reproductive years. Genocide! The T.V. commercials started paring Black men with White women and just recently they are paring Black women with White men. They are getting ride of the Color Black. (Genocide) They let White police officers get away with killing us. Genocide! White people are killing Black people and Black people are killing other Blacks. We are being brainwashed to believe that Black life is cheap. It is shocking to see how many Blacks are dropping out of high school. MANY OF THEM WILL HEAD STRAIGHT TO PRISON.

      • blevias

        March 15, 2014 at 9:40 pm

        This skirt wearing looks straight up gay. Gay people have a right to look how they want to look. He looks gay with or without his skirt. Good luck to him/her.

    • NAHMEANSON101

      March 16, 2014 at 1:11 am

      TRUTH.

    • KAY

      March 18, 2014 at 12:55 pm

      True!!!!! and didn’t David Chappell mention them trying to convince him to wear a dress to be funny and he told him that he is already funny so why wear a dress! Watch and pray people, watch and pray!

  9. Sistagirl from the Boogie Down Bronx

    March 15, 2014 at 11:14 am

    I am offended by some of the commentary that is impuning and accusatory with regard to Omar’s character, sexual preference and intelligence.

    To my knowledge, there has never been a hint of scandal with regard to this young man, EVER! He wore the skirt with pants as is the practice for men in many cultures.

    The Scots wear “kilts” which is a skirt without pants and those men are noted as being very manly, fierce and aggressive especially in battle.

    So, let’s stop the madness, Omar’s leather skirt was a fashion statement, nothing more, nothing less! For the record, he has a wonderful Black family which consists of a Black wife (which is very unusual with Black Actors)and three children. He works consistently and plays characters that we can be proud of as a people. Support him and catch his new show RESURRECTION on ABC

    • financial doctor

      March 15, 2014 at 9:11 pm

      You are ignorant. Get some common sense. He is representing the gay community. Being gay or straight is personal. He’s expressing his preference. Call it what it is.

      • Sister Black

        March 18, 2014 at 3:31 pm

        GREAT Response, It just goes to show just how invested and how much we glamorize other people(WHO DON;T GIVE A DAMM ABOUT US) Culture. We can only say”Never Again” ONCE WE HAVE INVESTED TIME IN STUDYING OUR HISTORY. IT IS ONLY THEN WE WILL BE ABLE TO RID OUR PEOPLE, AND COMMUNITY OF THIS INTERGRATIONIST, I LOVE EVERYONE MENTALITY.(YOUR JESUS DON’T EVEN TEACH THAT) IT IS THIS TYPE OF SPIRIT, AND MENTALITY THAT MAKES IT VERY EASY FOR BLACK WOMEN, TO ACCEPT THE EFFEMINIZING OF YOUNG BROTHERS. I CAME UP IN A TIME WHEN WE WERE NOT SO FREE WITH OUR CHILDREN,WE MONITORED THEIR WHERE ABOUTS, AND WOULD NOT ALLOW THEM TO JUST GO WITH ANYBODY. NOW ALL CAUCASIANS HAVE TO DO IS MOVE INTO OUR NEIGHBORHOODS AND SET UP SOME FORM OF TUTORING, OR AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM, AND SINCE WE BELIEVE THAT THEY ARE SMARTER,AND BETTER TEACHERS, WE ALLOW OUR CHILDREN TO GO INTO THEIR HOMES. SOMETIME THIS IS MAY BE THEIR FIRST EXPERIENCE OF BEING MOLESTED.(EVEN THOUGH IT IS SAD TO SAY THAT THRU INTERGRATION, WE ARE MIMICKING THIS SAME FILTH. BROTHERS AND SISTERS, IT IS NOT GOING TO GET ANY BETTER, ONLY WORSE. PLEASE FOLLOW THE ECONOMIC BLUE PRINT OF THE MOST HONORABLE ELIJAH MUHAMMAD AS PRESENTLY BEING PRESENTED BY MINISTER FARRAKHAN. WE MUST SEPARATE FROM OUR OPEN ENEMY!!! OUR CHILDREN WILL CONTINUE TO BE MURDERED, OUR CHILDREN WILL CONTINUE TO BE INCARCERATED, WE WILL NOT GET ANY JUSTICE IN THIS TYPE SOCIETY!!! THESE IGNORANT REALITIES SHOWS ARE ON TV FOR TO KEEP YOU HYPNOTIZE WITH NEGATIVE SUBLIMINAL MESSAGES, SO YOU WON’T REALIZE WHAT IS REALLY GOING ON, AMERIKKKA IS HEADED TO WAR, AND MANY OF YOUR CHILDREN WILL BE DRAFTED. THIS WILL BE THE WARS OF ALL WARS, THIS WILL BE THE ONE THAT WILL BRING AMERIKKKA COMPLETELY DOWN!!!

  10. Al Love

    March 15, 2014 at 11:31 am

    It beats sagging all day.

    • financial doctor

      March 15, 2014 at 9:13 pm

      Its not a competition.

  11. Kennedy

    March 15, 2014 at 11:51 am

    There was a time when it was frowned upon for women to wear pants. We didn’t start off wearing pants as men either black or white. Wigs used to be worn by men. Some forms of make up are worn by men get over ot

    • financial doctor

      March 15, 2014 at 9:12 pm

      We are not at that point. Its okay if you are gay.

  12. shield

    March 15, 2014 at 12:03 pm

    So sad how our people is brainwashed into accepting massa ways of life.It is to the point where if any person stands up for themselves or go against this forced gay agenda they will br attacked.All praises be to the most high that he did not give us all a reprobate mind.

  13. Juanita

    March 15, 2014 at 12:09 pm

    Yeah. I don’t have any problems with gays but what is Hollywood obsession with putting black men in a women’s clothes? WTF! I heard that a sign that a black male celebrities has made it being in women’s clothes.
    -Illuminati

    • Sister Black

      March 18, 2014 at 11:46 am

      Sister Juanita in response to your question of what’s Whorewood’s obsession with black men wearing women apparel,They known you when you don’t know yourself. They know that the Black Man is the Original Man, No people walked the Earth before the Original Man and The Original Queen (Black Woman). Peace To The Gods, Now Start Acting Like One!

  14. Zee

    March 15, 2014 at 2:28 pm

    He’s trying to tie this mess with African men in traditional garb? Leather SKIRT with tights or LEGGINGS?!! And Black people defending THIS as just a fashion statement?!!

    I can’t remember who said it but, if you don’t stand for something you’ll fall for anything, and it looks like we have embraced the European okie doke of “Anything Goes”…. Black Men: going going GONE…

    Yes, you can argue that in the grand scheme of things, what does it matter if one Black male actor wears a SKIRT, of his OWN ACCORD… But it’s the little foxes that spoil the vine…

    THERE ARE NONE SO BLIND THAN THOSE WHO WILL NOT SEE! Please, WAKE UP!

  15. Elem

    March 15, 2014 at 5:55 pm

    Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahhaahahahahahahahaha!!

  16. mary watson

    March 15, 2014 at 6:12 pm

    So, what’s the problem? women wear pants. I think anything goes these days.

    • financial doctor

      March 15, 2014 at 9:15 pm

      The point is you are not very smart if you can’t see through this.

  17. Catherine Hodges

    March 15, 2014 at 8:08 pm

    Just exactly what is he stating with this fashion? Maybe he’s a Mason……..they wear aprons you know. And they are believed to run the world. ijs 🙂 Keep talking. It’s good for us.

  18. Jackson

    March 15, 2014 at 8:09 pm

    I wish that black wouldn’t wear skirts. I don’t see it as a fashion statement.

    • financial doctor

      March 15, 2014 at 9:16 pm

      Agreed

  19. Wilbur R

    March 15, 2014 at 10:15 pm

    The weak minded among us will buy into this pathetic European bullshit. Homosexuality and cross dressing is not in the original man’s makeup.

  20. Kennedy

    March 16, 2014 at 12:24 am

    There was a time when it was frowned upon for women to wear pants. We didn’t start off wearing pants as men either black or white. Wigs used to be worn by men. Some forms of make up are worn by men get over ot

    Reply

  21. NAHMEANSON101

    March 16, 2014 at 12:38 am

    Dr. Frances Cress Welsing is a profit!!!!………………….

    • DebNBrooklyn

      March 18, 2014 at 12:10 pm

      She sure did say this would happen, 30 years ago. She talked about men dressing as women,wearing earrings, carrying purses. She talked about the push to re-define family, leaving the black male out. And she also spoke about the willful tanning of Black America. 30 years ago.

  22. NAHMEANSON101

    March 16, 2014 at 12:44 am

    Wilma Scott if you see this I love you for your messages(especially that pie line..Imma borough that..haha..)..and all those who get the bigger picture as well..especially the “Aware” Black Women..maybe if we had more Sistaz like you in our communities raising children we wouldn’t have so many lost zombiez walking around..showing a lack of integrity and pride..sad……

  23. NAHMEANSON101

    March 16, 2014 at 1:10 am

    Clearly hollywood or weird/white supremacy wants to promote the feminization of “Black men” especially..they once again are using us this time to be the face of greco-roman culture..NOT Afrikan!!!!..you mean to tell Me they couldn’t find 1 white athlete to be the face of their gay agenda..the more feminized we become and the more some of you embrace this like the docile COONZ!!!!..you are the less of a threat we are to ever better our “Black Communities”..the media vilified Richard Sherman for showing testosterone and masculinity(on a football field no less)..vilified Marcus Smart for standing up to that craKKKer..and we already know especially how they tried to destroy the image of Trayvon Martin(AHSE)..when he stood up to defend himself from that murderer..but want to refer to those 2 fucc boys who came out publicly(name not worth typing)..to say they are gay heroes..and your president and first lady embracing them as they 2 are embedded in white supremacy at our expense..(everybody that looks Black and aint Black)..if their statistic are true about the lack of Black fathers in the home what are young boys and girls going to use as an example of a Black man if they are wearing skirts and co-signing faggatry..or in jail by the masses..this gay agenda is another form of Black genocide because two people of the same sex can’t reproduce..like what the Sista Wilma Scott taid “they” start off feeding you a little at a time before you know it you are eating the whole pie..Black people will fall for anything..anything to be accepted even if means degrading ourselves..but the reality is no one loves Black people and they NEVER will..everybody hates us..Dr. John Henrik Clarke(AHSE)..told us “WE HAVE NO FRIENDS”..you can’t COON you way out of this Black people………

    Much respect to Dave Chappelle.

  24. Zee

    March 16, 2014 at 10:31 am

    @NAHMEANSON: NOTHING that has been thrown our way has been able to deter or defeat us, not the rape & colonialization of Africa, not slavery, not Jim Crow, NOTHING, because we kept coming back stronger, wiser and more determined! We have bested every effort of hatred against us to extinguish our indomitable SPIRIT!

    That is, up until now. Probably in the last two generations, maybe 50 years, have WE begun to lose the battle because we are COOPERATING with our OWN DEMISE by eating the POISON PIE ONE SLICE AT A TIME! Too many of us just open our mouths and swallow: Don’t know who made it, what’s in it, and if it’s meant to kill us physically, mentally, or spiritually.

    Some are so disconnected to our past, blind to the present tactics, they can’t see our future in jeopardy. If it’s cute, popular, makes money, gives 15 minutes of fame–pass the pie!

  25. Charita Quinn

    March 16, 2014 at 3:54 pm

    Subliminal PROPAGANDA! !!!! Wake up to the ones on here Sleep. The ones saying, it’s ok, it’s alright. Wake the HELL up!

  26. motorfingaz

    March 17, 2014 at 1:38 am

    People can wear what they want…and until women stop walking around with fake hair, bug butts in pants 10 sizes too small..you can all STFU!

  27. Wes Bernard

    March 17, 2014 at 1:53 am

    Should I mention the power of “role models”, “visual images”, “mind control”, etc.? When we think of Santa Claus, what image pops into our heads? When you think of Barack Obama, what image pops into your head? When we think of Jesus Christ, what image pops into our heads? When think of Moses, what image pops into our heads? When you think of Adam and Eve, what image pops into your heads? When you think of Denzel Washington, what image pops into your head?

    With the exception of Santa Claus, all of the other names mentioned above are people of color. Yet, what was the color of the images that popped into your head? Where did those images come from?

    We should never depreciate the power of the image. Powerful images are projected over the screens in our homes every day. Most of them do not look like us. Unfortunately, when images of us are projected, they are almost always negative in some way.

    These images cause our people to talk, behave, dress, walk, and groom themselves. We are troubled by our young men exposing their underwear to us, by our young women dressing like streetwalkers, unable to complete a sentence of intelligent thought, quick to spew a stream of profanity when “disrespected”. I could go on and on, but you get my drift.

    Mr. Epps made his decision, for whatever reason. That’s on him. My concern is what about the rest of us? Those of us who are concerned about the next generation have a responsibility to be a role model for them. Failing to do so makes each of us part of the problem, not part of the solution.

    • Sister Black

      March 18, 2014 at 2:41 pm

      Peace Brother Wes, Thanks so much for such well thought out, and mind provoking comments. You are right, and the enemy knows the power of imagery on the minds of a people who refuse to read, and acquire knowledge of their, as well as the enemy’s so call his(tory). Yes, Brother when we conjure most of those role models in our head, we see the Slave Master, and lets not forget the most infamous experiment ever conduct with on Black babies;Dr. Kenneth Clark Doll Experiment. For many young people who are not familiar, with this study,Dr. Clark and his beautiful wife Sister Mamie Clark conducted a study where they asked Black Children to chose between a White Doll and a Black Doll (Because at the time(1940’s, no Black Dolls were available, a white doll was painted brown) The children were asked various like “Which doll is the pretty doll,the white doll was picked,Which doll would you rather play with,the white doll was chosen which doll is the bad doll? the Black Doll was chosen. From reading some of the comment,it’s quite obvious that many of the readers are dealing with reality,or they not recognize or knowledgeable about their enemy; The myth that Black People(Our Children)are blind to race has been debunked time and time again. The self esteem of our People starting with our children, develop perceptions about their race, their self image, and who they are very early, and too many of these self images are influenced and projected through the lens of Caucasian Amerikkka!!! PLEASE STUDY BROTHERS AND SISTERS TO SHOW THYSELF APPROVED.

  28. Bert C

    March 17, 2014 at 3:36 am

    Epps was born in Brooklyn, New York.[1] His parents divorced during his childhood and he was raised by his mother, Bonnie Maria Epps, an elementary school principal.[3][4] He lived in several neighborhoods while growing up (Bedford-Stuyvesant, East New York and Flatbush).[5] Before he started acting, he belonged to a rap group called Wolfpack which he formed with his cousin in 1991. He attended the Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts. He is married to a fine sister, and has three (3) children. For you Haters…KEEP ON HATING.

  29. garveyite

    March 17, 2014 at 3:39 am

    Hi
    please stop speculating.
    Your opinions are your opinions and
    We know all about Hollywood.
    More energy should be directed towards:
    What are you doing to elevate yourself, your family, your community and race?
    Stop adding to the smokescreen with this idle gossip.
    A man’s reputation should not soley be judged on wearing such an item.
    Judge not.
    Peace.

  30. Afrodcya

    March 17, 2014 at 9:37 am

    I’m trying to understand why everyone is saying that Hollywood is promoting the feminization Black men. He didn’t wear this on his show or as a role in a movie, so what does Hollywood have to do with his choice to wear a skirt? Even when Tyler Perry wears a dress as Madea, he is the producer of the movies and creator of the character, so he’s not even being forced. Snoop Lion/Dog wearing a french manicure is of his own doing also, so again, how is Hollywood tied into this exactly?

    • Sister Black

      March 19, 2014 at 9:29 am

      As we read some of these comments, it makes me more aware that many of us are not going to make it out of this thing. We are not in touch with reality.

  31. Muriel Walker

    March 17, 2014 at 2:23 pm

    Are black men being forced to be effeminate?
    Yes, black men were being forced to be effeminate decades ago. My focus is not on the skirt, but the PANTS. Remember when the doors for a job opportunity were opened? Who got the jobs? Women got the jobs. Black women put on men pants decades ago. It was orchestrated BY THE WHITE MAN. Just another way to DETHRONE black men by putting women ahead of men. Oh! By the way, black women we farther the white guy’s plan yet again with our tongues. They want us to hit the black man down to the ground. You see our tongues are the white man’s WHIP because WE KNOW HOW TO BEAT A MAN DOWNNNNNNNNN with it. May I add, to the Ms. Masters, like the white man, we have overstepped human boundaries, and we owe our black brothers respect and patience while they think things out for the benefit of our black people as a whole (white man’s FEARRRRRRRRRR). Only a Black man can get us out of this mess we are in.
    YOU SEE THE WHITE GUY’S PLAN has been WORKING for a long time. WE HAVE BEEN AND STILL ARE BRAINWASHED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!We black women were and are ponds on the white man’s SMALL chest board. THE GAME IS OVER!!!
    My brothers we have whipped you so severe that many of you hate us and have turned on us. We have turned on each other and are conditioned to hate you too. Many blacks do not want to be black anymore. We hate our own people. We are out of God’s system.
    We black women need to promote our black men to BE THE MEN THAT GOD HAS DESIGNED THEM TO BE. WE CAN START BY REPENTING AND APPRECIATING YOU MORE AND GIVING YOU YOUR PANTS BACK!!! We women have a lot of wrong to undo. We want and need to be your COMPENSATION (land acreage and the mule) since the government will not do what is fair and just. We got you in this mess by ourselves, but we cannot get you out by ourselves. We women are asking you to help us reconstruct what we have torn down and to help us disengage our mistakes. We’ve got to be BLACK QUEENS for our BLACK KINGS! We are sorry for our betrayal.
    To BLACK KINGS, Please forgive me for sinning against you and God. I REPENT, and I ask for your forgiveness. I took the place of the white guy, and I became your slave master. I helped him strip you of your greatness. I assisted him in killing your ambitions with my tongue. I was leered into the white guy’s strategy to demise your masculinity and rob you of your PANTS. I was deceived by YOUR enemy. I ask you to forgive me for all my wrong, and give me another chance to be loyal to YOU, ALL MY BLACK KINGS.
    Please excuse all black women and let us help you to succeed. Will you PLEASE accept our apology? Your BLACK QUEENS.

    • Sister Black

      March 18, 2014 at 5:07 pm

      Sister Muriel,
      Great Points of Reference!

      • Muriel Walker

        March 25, 2014 at 2:55 pm

        SISTER BLACK

        Thank you. Your comments are informative and inspiring to me. I loved reading them.

  32. Tiaj

    March 17, 2014 at 9:11 pm

    Ppl wear what they want.There’s WAY more issues to be concerned about than a 30 sec trend in fashion.

  33. david

    March 18, 2014 at 10:13 am

    i for one dont care what any of them do…thats why i dont let my kids watch much tv…if they do i monitor it. dont want my son thinking a skirt and french nails is hip..or my daughter thinking its ok to kiss a girl…we dont do all that in my house

  34. Al Jonson

    March 18, 2014 at 7:59 pm

    Someone wrote the statement; clothes don’t define a person. Well, the school I come from (old school w/man training) states: “Clothes makes the man”.

  35. H. LAVERNE HARDIN, J.D.

    March 19, 2014 at 7:05 am

    I continue to see illustrated on TV and in the general public, the softness of all men. It is not just black males, it is universal. It is very sad. I believe this is part of the reason that black women that are mentally strong and well educated are single. We as black women have had to take on the roles allegedly black men were suppose to do. However, the female side of males is out way to far. Wearing a skirt is no big deal, Epps is not a lover of blackness anyway, therefore whatever he does – should not be a representation of black men anywhere in the world.

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