I’m getting to the point where I am telling problematic and upsetting people I don’t want them in my lives. I don’t want to be associated with racists, colorists, homophobic/queerphobic, transphobic, ableist, or misogynistic people. They are an embarrassment to me and not only do they offend me, they offend a whole grouo of people they choose to marginalize. I don’t want them as friends.

Anonymous said: You're a very pathetic cunt who needs to die.

You’re great.

alekwex:

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be-blackstar:

diamondsfbl:

sortofunpleasant:

suya-and-kilishi:

sortofunpleasant:

suya-and-kilishi:

sortofunpleasant:

himteckerjam:

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"As silly as it sounds" mhmmm

…what the fuck.

What’s wrong with not liking a skin tone?

Of course your ugly white ass does not see anything wrong with comparing someone’s skin tone to dirt😑😑 FOH ho😒

Comparing someones skin tone to dirt is rude but other than that, I don’t see the issue. Fuck off, chick.

You’re obviously too daft to “see the issue”. I don’t know why you mayo folks love voicing your ignorant opinions on shit that has nothing to do with you. Stay in your lane.

It’s not my issue, but it can be my business. I think it’s silly to hate people just because they prefer certain skin tones over others. That’s a reasonable opinion that not only white people can state.

When you deal with colorism from your white peers, called “darkie”, “burnt” and other shit you can speak on this issue. But until that day, you need to keep you white comments to yourself.

"its not my issue but it can be my business" 
white people can’t even stay in their lane in one sentence. literally the only thing white people can take away from this is, “wow, white supremacy really fucked/fucks things up for black people. i am so privileged.” 

@sortofunpleasant

Shut the fuck up. It is not your place to comment

I dont know why yall think yall have the right to speak on issues that dont concern yall. 

themelancholyblackwoman can you please situate this racist cracker that knows nothing about colorism let alone racism.

I hate ugly white saltine crackers who don’t know when to stay in their own lanes. We can hate people for not liking certain skin tones, e.g, black skin. The guy in the picture is a colorist and a bigot. I find it silly you’re more upset we hate someone who hates dark skin than being upset that someone hates dark skin.

fedupblackwoman:

themelancholyblackwoman:

mikoariel:

Uhmmm… Sir… No.

This was after his girlfriend got read to filth after she insulted dark-skinned mixed race people. Hmph.

I strongly despise the “We’re all black” phrase when it comes to topics that concern black women. It’s very dismissive of black women’s issues and complaints on purpose I might add, and it’s becoming annoying.

fedupblackwoman:

themelancholyblackwoman:

mikoariel:

Uhmmm… Sir… No.

This was after his girlfriend got read to filth after she insulted dark-skinned mixed race people. Hmph.

I strongly despise the “We’re all black” phrase when it comes to topics that concern black women. It’s very dismissive of black women’s issues and complaints on purpose I might add, and it’s becoming annoying.

jcoleknowsbest:

I’M SO TRIED OF BLACK PEOPLE PAIRED WITH WHITE PEOPLE ON TV… 

Hell yea!!!

(via tinyabel)

"Why would you want to be considered delicate and fragile anyway? What women wants to be weak?"

I don’t want to be weak all of the time. I don’t want people to believe I’m weak because I’m a woman. I don’t want to be reverred as delicate who can never take care of herself. I hate being infantilized. However, I want to be considered delicate and fragile at times because I am a sensitive person overall. A lot of times, I am unable to support myself and stay strong for too long. I can easily cry over the little things. So when I am unable to be bring myself to strength, I want a person to hold me in their arms, comfort me, and even “coddle” me because I am weak at the moment. I need another person to support me, and as a black woman, women like me have never received that. They have not been told they were simply pretty, precious, and worthy of protection. Sure, every human can fit that description, but every human does not. Just white women. I’ve never heard black girls be referred to as “delicate” and “precious,” and that’s not a good thing at all. It’s okay to be weak and rely on others to support you. It’s okay to not be strong all the time. It’s okay to be a black female who isn’t always strong that needs a man or a woman.

"How come it’s okay for you to say the N word, make fun of white and light skinned people, but if we did the same thing, we’d be racist/colorist?"

  Why is it not okay for you to be a racist or colorist? Why can’t you say the N word or make fun of black people? Why can’t you say shit about dark-skinned girls? Don’t you think you’ve had enough privileges throughout history to be able to do that? Why do you feel it is your right to be racist or colorist just because an oppressed group made a flippant comment about you? You’re basically saying it isn’t fair others can be racist and bigoted, but you can’t. Who even thinks like that logically? NO black person has ever thought, “Gee, how come whites can racially discriminate against us, but we can’t do the same to them?” We were too busy wanting humanity and equality, which we were never given. I don’t know anyone who is truly marginalized that would think, “Well, shit, I should be a horrible human being too.” If it has to come down to erasing morality in order to defend yourself in a life or death situation, then many of us had to do just that. 

 ”If someone said something about black or dark-skinned women, you’d be upset.” You already do, and your argument is invalid. On youtube video, a black man got angry because a black woman simply said light-skinned/mixed women weren’t all that. Presumably as a response to the plethora of comments praising women. The man automatically boiled it down to it being dark-skinned women who were the issue, not colorism, not light-skinned women who are their oppressors, not black men and general, not white people. Colorism is constructed by dark-skinned black women one day waking up and saying they hated themselves. It amazes me how light-skinned black women are the one being “put down” by being truthfully told they really ain’t shit (not at all) and no better than the rest by other black women. If you cannot handle reality, don’t even bother arguing with it, ignorance. Then said if light-skinned would put down dark-skinned wome, we’d be angry. He clearly knew where to hit a “bitter dark” woman by calling her ugly and insecure, but certainly he didn’t know colorism or light-skinned beauty standards. But he knew to use anti-black colorist sentiments against black women. I call bullshit.

  And people wonder why I or others don’t go by, “All people are beautiful,” “All women are beautiful,” or “All black women are beautiful.” Because “All” in the context utilized by people to combat anti-black or racialized beauty standards is meant to try and include those wo are told they are beautiful regardless. All women aren’t beautiful because whiteomen are told they are beautiful no matter what. All people aren’t worthy because white people and men are told they’re human regardless. All black women are’t beautiful because light-skinned and visibly mixed race women are told they’re beautiful in spite of being black or of African descent. You need to be specific when discussing who needs to be uplifted and who needs pride. Everyone does not need to be uplifted, just those who are oppressed and marginalized. It isn’t so much that we intend to exclude certain persons from spaces, i’s just that they don’t need them. Uplift is to bring those who are down up, not those who are up higher. 

And I have no mercy for antagonistic people like that. If anyone thinks for one second that I should have a filter when my experiences has taught me not to trust that every black person who is light skinned or mixed will respond to my analyzing the privileges they may have within the black community with as much cooperation as the few I do know, you’re wrong. I’ve tried reasoning, explaining, and enpathizing, but almost every person has taken advantage of that and used my mercy as fuel for abuse. I fool myself when I believe half of the people on here will turn out to be like the friends or loved ones I know in real life who would never screame at me about dealing with the same pain as I do, because they know that would be a lie. If people want to ignore colorism and anti blackness among mixed race poc and black persons, expect to not be responded to kindly.

soldierofkrypton:

themelancholyblackwoman:


You are black…and also obtuse to everything I have said on here. Also, yes, you are also white, but don’t be surprised when some black pepple are mistrustful to your being half white because obviously that part influences your flippant ignorance.

And you are an ignorant pathetic piece of shit. Don’t be surprised when you spread ignorance around and people call your ass out on it.

You…honestly think you won this? Lmaoo

soldierofkrypton:

themelancholyblackwoman:

soldierofkrypton:

cmtothemc:

soldierofkrypton:

themelancholyblackwoman:

soldierofkrypton:

themelancholyblackwoman:

soldierofkrypton:

themelancholyblackwoman:

soldierofkrypton:

aintralph:

soldierofkrypton:

soldierofkrypton:

Since I’m seeing so many Dear White People reblogs let me just say this

themelancholyblackwoman:

themelancholyblackwoman:

Am I really supposed to believe a biracial girl with light-skinned privilege is going to be the one who’s “conscious” about the oppression…

No one cares you ignorant asshole. Pull your head out of your ass and realize that you and I are the same. We both face the same racism in society. The only difference between you and me is that I’m not some pathetic human being whining over skin tone. It doesn’t matter what shade of black you are or if you’re mixed we are all one people. Get that through that ignorant thick skull of yours and try to be a better person instead of discriminating against people in your own community.

Not addressing something like colorist within our community is honestly ignorance… Because if you do not see it, that’s plainly choosing not too.

You not realizing how colorist affects you is lazy. Like who we choose as mates, what we consider beauty. Racism is embedded in that shit.

Also calling this woman out of her name is bitch-made and so unnecessary.

I wonder why she isn’t afforded that respect? And you have no valid argument man. Just chill and listen.

No one is talking to your dumbass. Yes my argument is plenty valid. So you can fuck off too cause I’ve already told this stupid asshole that I’m black and white and I’m proud of it. I face oppression and racism just like you, except I deal with it from both sides too. So why don’t you work on becoming a better person and accepting that black people come in all shades.

Lol nah. Darker skinned and monoracial black people cannot oppress you. You tried it.

You are one pathetic individual. I truly feel sorry for you, you are so damn ignorant you can’t seem to accept people in the black community simply because their skin isn’t dark enough. That is simply pathetic.

Tell those sentiments to your lighter bretherns who couldn’t accept people who weren’t lighter than a paper bag, ahistorical ignoramus. Why should others accept their oppressors now?

Oh wow here we go, ” lighter bretherns who couldn’t accept people who weren’t lighter than a paper bag”. Do you realize how stupid and ignorant you sound? Do you really think everyone light skinned black person doesn’t accepted dark skinned black people? Are you that stupid or was your dumbass dropped as a baby? Your response is to oppress light skinned and mixed people because your ignorant ass thinks every light skinned person does the same. My God you are so damn pathetic. Hows about you be a decent human being and not do that and accept people who are black, no matter their skin tone or if they’re mixed. Cause guess what? The same thing will happen back. Shocking I know :O

Ableist retorts won’t support your sinking argument. Light skinned blacks accept dark skinned blacks? They never discriminated against people closer to blackness? And white people are just great people who always accepted us. Tbh, you sound very toxic and I don’t think you’d find it an issue to overstep other black people’s boundaries despite requests not to.

Says the toxic bitch talking right now who can’t accept people in their own community because their skin isn’t dark enough. Shut the fuck up and stop spreading your pathetic ignorance.

Only a matter if time before your erratic self woukd utilize a misogynistic slur. All because I said you didn’t face the same oppression as I? Wow. This is the level of hate many biracial black people who love their people will stoop down too. “I love you, niggers and black bitches! I really do! You just won’t let me overstep my boundaries!” I don’t ever want you claim blackness with false pride ever again. You know you’re privileged, and that is why you’re so violently hostile. You want to keep up the status quo and keep further harming people you despise so much. No wonder no one wanted to identify with you. You are not a very good person. To be honest, most biracial people who claim they were “discriminated” by monoracial and/or darker blacks if they happen to be light turn out to have never been very nice or sensitive people to begin with.

Not a very bright person are you? Only a matter of time before more ignorant black people started to show themselves. Kindly shut the fuck up and try being a better person.

Lol you have proven all throughout the night you are the one who needs to evaluate their morality and judgment when it comes tu such issues like intraracism, colorism, and anti blackness. It’s good you have no shame in being an all around anti black misogynistic bigot who can’t even defend themselves besides utilize ableist slurs, retorts, and belligerence. What made you so angry? You’re not monoracial or dark skinned. You’re just bitter some black people wouldn’t treat you like a premier black person with light skinned and mixed privilege. Kindly get off my blog. I don’t want you hear, and I am unnerved you hate black people so much yet feel the need to identify with them. It’s weird, scary, and borderline coercive.

No dumbass you have proven how ignorant some people in the black community can be. I am black, as are other mixed people and light skinned black people, accept that and move on with your life. I am white also and no that doesn’t make me any less black. Accept that and move on with your life. I am apart of the black community, I am proud as fuck to be what I am, and your ignorance isn’t going to change that. Now kindly fuck off and try to be a decent human being instead of a pathetic ignorant piece of shit.

You are black…and also obtuse to everything I have said on here. Also, yes, you are also white, but don’t be surprised when some black pepple are mistrustful to your being half white because obviously that part influences your flippant ignorance.