It’s about time we create our own narrative.

The hilarity of people never cease to amaze me. So the world holds these beauty contests every year, where a woman plays the role of a representative for her country to be displayed on television for all to see. In other words, a bunch of women eager to be objectified are displayed on television for people to judge their objectification, and the world sees nothing wrong with that. Maybe I live under a rock, but I have yet to see a Mr. Universe pageant, unless it’s a body building competition. The body builders are expected to look like anything, except handsome. Only their physique is judged.
We have a bunch of moronic feminists fighting for equality, but most of them stay quiet about these beauty pageants where women are objectified and adored simply for their beauty. We all know those questions asked of them are asked as a measure of their stupidity, based on the fact that they are beautiful. We’re often stunned when a beautiful woman is able to express herself in front of a man like Trump who needs to take lessons of self-expression himself from a third grader. Most of the moronic judges shouldn’t even be on anybody’s panel.
Anyway, moving on. Beauty pageants are so complexed, but wrapped in its fiber is the definition of beauty imposed by white supremacy and racism. Ms. South Africa has won the Ms. Universe pageant this year. I don’t follow, nor do I watch beauty pageants, but looking at the picture of a white European become the face of a country where the population is 80% black, is bothersome to me. Well, it’s not just a South African issue. This problem exists all over the Caribbean, Africa, America and the rest of the world. The straight up and down white beauty with no tits and ass, and thin enough to hide behind a needle, and too small to swallow noodles white woman has been the standard of beauty for too long. Ms. Jamaica was fierce, stunning and beautiful as she rocked her natural Afro to display to the world the strength of her African beauty, but some ignorant, low self esteemed ass black people thought she had a better chance to win, if she wore a European weave.
A lot of people have issues with me being pro-black, because they’re so in love with being whitewashed. I do have my preferences. I love my black women natural and confident. I see no reason to embrace someone’s beauty who’s not comfortable embracing it herself. If you strive to be European with your looks, by adding contacts to your eyes, a European weave, and a lightening cream to your skin, because white people have convinced you that you’re not beautiful as a black woman, then I will not allow you to project your feelings of insecurity onto me as a man. I don’t want you and I don’t even see you. I’m tired of seeing damn near white-looking women representing countries all over Africa, Haiti, Jamaica, Barbados and other Caribbean islands at these “pageants” created by white men to put women on display. In addition, the underlying message is always that white women set the standard for beauty. We applauded Michelle Obama for wearing her hair natural after she left the white house, but she never once went public with her natural look while she was at the white house. What exactly are we telling the world? Black hair is not made for public appearances? White people have had over 400 years to construct the narrative for everything related to our daily lives, but when are we going to say enough is enough?

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