i don’t know about you, or if i’m really late, but i’ve noticed something within the black community.
Being harsh is the go-to method in trying to help “us”.
disrespecting others in the community is what helps us learn the lesson.
that or bringing them down a notch if they want to do or be bigger.
have to whether we are straight, gay, trans, vixen,
it seems like this attitude of “ruin them will help them“.
its often disguised as:
“You need to hear the truth” “I had to hurt your little feelings for you to get it.”
…but it’s a vulgar and dehumanizing way to do things.
it makes you wanna give upand fling yourself off a balcony. it’s my turn to give the harsh truth then…
so grandy glaze and his content hubby, malik joseph, wanted to have a serious conversation with us. no, they didn’t fuck. i don’t know whats the hold up tbh. grandy uploaded a video on his youtube titled:
“The scary truth about being gay in the black community *a must watch”
there is a heavy conversation that is brewing within the black community.
the other day,
i was asked to attend ^thatroom above on clubhouse. it seems like after the mass shooting in atlanta, the asian community was allegedly asking black folks to stand in alliance with them against white supremacy.
something that they have benefitted from tbh. the answer from all the black folk on clubhouse, and a majority of those i know, have all said..
if it came out that george floyd was gay,
had a gay porn past,
and was at the gay club every weekend faithfully:
Would the straight black community be marching and protesting for his death?
would they have burned down whole cities for police brutality?
i can font without a doubt that i couldn’t see it.
call me pessimistic,
but there are layers within the black community that aren’t being confronted.
it’s a similar action to how it is in some of our families. “don’t talk about it and it’ll go away“.
big mama and nem will fight to get our crackhead cousin clean,
but don’t want to acknowledge they’re on crack at the dinner table.
“I don’t want to hear about your cousin Jean. Just give him the money and I’ll continue to pray he gets his life together.”
have we discussed how toxic black christianity can be…?
this current climate blew the lid of the segregation within the black community.
folks want to sit down at the cookout table and talk about the issues,
but there are starting to be a few whispers now that things are dying down. a foxholer sent me these two videos from black gays voicing their concerns…