BLACK WOMEN STEREOTYPES IN MEDIA (extended version)

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  1. YES there are stereotypes of black women and people in general in the media: However entirely too many black women ARE making a living and a quite lucrative one by PERPETUATING THESE STEREOTYPES! Let's keep it 100% here. The last time I checked, a stereotype CEASES being a stereotype when freequently observed and persistent behaviors make them FACTS!

  2. They love to portray beautiful black women loving goofy white guys and always ready to protect the white characters – unconditionally!
    I noticed this in a few shows, Netflix being super guilty of this portrayal then in Amazon’s Sneaky Pete: a young black girl started off as the girlfriend of a short blue-eyed dude, then she had to pretend to be the real Pete’s wife to trick the family and then she was Sneaky Pete’s (you’ll understand if you check the show) wife to pull off another scam. So in 3 or so episodes she was the girlfriend/wife of 3 different white men.
    Netflix and the likes love to portray black men and women as overly emotional, feminine and ready to stick their neck out for the white characters unconditionally.
    If I’m not mistaken; there are 2 shows on Netflix where the main character is female black and a harlot.
    The problem is also these actors/actresses taking these roles – but most of them don’t notice this as a problem but as an artistic opportunity for career progression.

  3. Who is the more angry people in the world. Who live by the sword as scriptures said. Who cause many wars worldwide. Isn't the world in the hands of the wicked like scriptures say. Mmmmm.

  4. Yeah what peoples don't know for lack of doing quality research & investigations is that so-called African Americans were in the Americas(North, South, Central, Caribbean Islands)before any slavery & are American Indians/American Originies….look it up. American Aborigines were called Negros de Terra and Africans were called Negros de Guinea in 1500's..the war against the American Indians and for the territories of the Americas has never stopped and is the primary reason for the nonstop violence and vitriol toward US. WOODY STRODE an actual Indian.

  5. You can still see it, Even on these talk shows, everybody else is attractive, and the only dark skinned woman is overweight, unattractive & loud. New TV shows have it, cute white, her life is a mess but she's attractive. Meanwhile her main friend is the big black girl or woman, LOUD, not really attractive, got ALL the answers BUT she's alone & a 3rd wheel in many situations.

    I've met sisters with this sassy attitude, BUT it's so far and between. And we know that was influenced But I have yet to met a sister with attitude to this extreme, quite the opposite, I met or seen more that take so much. Though some of our sisters & brothers I'm sure have become unlovable, there are more of us that are. But no matter what I still can't see myself with any other kind of woman. Our Gems ❤️❤️❤️❤️

  6. Sadly, our own black men contribute immensely towards the undermining, deaming, degrading etc of black women. OUR OWN MEN, OUR BROTHERS, FATHERS, UNCLES, FRIENDS, promote,fuel and support this pulling down and EXPLOITATION of us black women. It's already hard enough for us out here, cut us some slack… The darker our skin, the more we need your help, support, affection, appreciation. Why don't you get it?!

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