For example, I didn’t start hearing many African-American men saying that the dark-skinned Mrs.
Obama is attractive until the White media and White men were publicly talking about how she’s glamorous and reminiscent of Jacqueline Kennedy.
However, Asian women are shrewd enough to work those stereotypes to their individual (and indirectly to their collective) advantage!
This is a lesson that more African-American women need to learn.
So why WERE the Beckhams and Clooneys (not to mention Chloe Madeley and James Cordon) invited to the royal wedding?
Faith, blog host of Acts Of Faith In Love And Life, is currently having an extremely important conversation.
African-American women focusing their attention on Black men and their “preferences” has not, and will not, accomplish anything of value for Black women and their children.
The long-term solution to the collective challenges facing African-American women is for individual Black women to marry quality men. And this is how Asian women have greatly improved their collective life opportunities over the past fifty years.
Asian women weren’t always considered desirable by large numbers of non-Asian men.
That shift in mass perception came about because of more Asian women marrying prominent, powerful, Alpha-male, White men.