[video] Tommy Sotomayor Receives Death Threats, Blames Black Women

Self-hating youtube personality Tommy Sotomayor is scared to death of some threats received via Chicago goon who was none too pleased about some comments made in reference to a young lady who was allegedly murdered by a john in her home in St. Louis.

In the above video, he lays out his hatred for black women and niggas in great detail and calls on the authorities to continue shooting down black men in the streets irregardless to the circumstances. Which is illogical due to the fact that he himself is a black man who could be easily mistaken for a suspect and be detained, arrested, or killed similar to what James Blake experienced here earlier this year in NYC.

I surmise Tommy’s hatred of black women must stem from tough childhood upbringing, because his first relationship with a black woman was his mother. If he can proudly say these things to her with a straight face shows severe dysfunction.

This guy is a complete joke but I am glad he exists because he is the perfect example of the self-hatred that lies within a lot of black people.

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[video] ‘Are Black Women ONLY Submissive To White Men?’ Video Sparks Outrage (FIXED)

This was released at least a year ago but has suddenly caught fire the past couple of days on Facebook and has ignited a serious discussion. There is no context as to who made the video and it may very well be a video made to further divide black men and women. I have seen Facebook topics “Why Do Black men Hate Black Women?” and vice versa and it caused nothing but nasty exchanges in the comment sections.

The fact the video bases it conclusions on broad generalizations and does not dig deeper into black relationships historically shows it was trolling at it finest. The word ‘submissive’ will always cause an uproar when discussing relationships between men and women, and especially in the black community where black women have been the heads of households for decades. But we cannot ignore the brutal policies of slavery, jim crow, and the prison industrial complex effect on the black man and his ability to head his family. To ignore those objective truths in this conversation and is trolling at its ‘finest’. If you have any thoughts on the subject be sure to leave your comments below.

[video] Snoop Dogg Is Corny For Apologizing To Iggy Azalea (Here’s Why)

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Doggie Diamonds brings some clarity to the beef between Snoop Dogg and Iggy Azalea that was eventually squashed by T.I. I watched Snoop’s apology and it was a strong hint of sarcasm in it and it looked more about his relationship with T.I. and less about sincerely being sorry for the things he said about Iggy. Hit the cut to check out both videos..

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Satoshi “Blackwomen ain’t attractive” Kanazawa gets fired from Psychology Today

Never took the time to blog about this fool cause what he said was just stupidity on top of being offensive but I am gonna post the fact his stupidness got him axed. If he personally felt black women were not attractive that is something he should of kept to himself and not write an article and think it would just fly under the radar without major backlash. Definitely idiot of the week.

via Huliq
Satoshi Kanazawa’s lost his blog and his profile page has been deleted from Psychology Today’s website. His article and unqualified research on unattractive black women sent off a fury of protests online. 75,000 people blew up Psychology Today via email, Twitter and Facebook. Some even rang Psychology Today’s telephones off the hook.

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Can Black Women have a bigger waist and still be healthy?

Do not read this headline and think it is okay to be heavy. This study has some serious problems in it. In essence it is singling black women out and saying it okay for you to be a bit fatter before you are at risk for diabetes and heart disease which I totally disagree with. Shouts to Amy Norton for this article that should be read by everybody:

via Reuters

“We do not want to make too many practical implications at this point,” Katzmarzyk told Reuters Health in an email.

He also stressed that the findings do not mean that African-American women with a BMI below 33 or a waistline under 38 inches have “no risk” of obesity-related health problems.

“What the study does show is that there is a strong relationship between obesity and risk factors in white and African-American men and women,” Katzmarzyk said. “This relationship is robust in all groups, so no one is immune from the effects of obesity.”

As it stands, men are considered to have abdominal obesity when their waistline tops 40 inches; for women, the threshold is 35 inches. Abdominal obesity, in turn, raises a person’s risk of diabetes and heart disease.

Another way to look at the weight-health question is through body mass index (BMI) — a measure of weight in relation to height. People with a BMI of 30 or higher are considered obese, and they generally have a higher risk of diabetes and heart disease than thinner people.

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42% of Black Women Have Never Been Married

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MUNCIE– Marriage was always a part of Camille Bridges’ life plan, and at 24 years old that plan became a reality.

But for many black women locally and nationally, the dream of marriage remains only that.wedding1

Forty-two percent of black women have never been married, compared to 21 percent of white women, according to national statistics.

But Bridges believes the data don’t have to be an indicator of the outcome of black relationships.

“I believe that if you have a desire to be married, it’s about timing and knowing who you are first,” she said. “Don’t worry about what you don’t have. Worry about what you do have and before you know it, your mate will come.”

Local church ministers follow Bridges’ train of thought more than those of the national statistics.

Although they believe that data collected is accurate nationally, pastors and staff at local black churches point out that they are marrying more young couples than they have in years, indicating a change may be in the works.

“The first relationships where there’s an upsurge is in the relationships with God, and the relationship with God gets them ready to love somebody,” said Brother George W. Thigpen III of Deliverance Temple Church. “Down the line, that creates marriages and better marriages.”

But within the last two generations, marriage rates for African-Americans have dropped significantly. Between 1970 and 2001, the black marriage rate dropped by 34 percent, compared to 17 percent in the general population.

Information from the U.S. Department of Health and Human services and from the U.S. Census indicate that African-American women are the least likely group to get married in the United States. And if they wed an African-American man, those couples have the highest divorce rate in the United States. Continue reading