I love bi racial women .........i like putting my cream in some coffee .....however .....the whole .....whole half and half deal is strange to me ........and here is why ......when the ebony awards ........and such like awards ....like BET........ and other similar awards come up ......you know the ones i am talking about ........those self serving awards...... to let these actors know how rich....... and fucking annoying they are .....basically........ its an award ceremony for all of them.... so they can drink .....fuck ....and lick each others pussies an dicks...... in a groveling attemp to prove they are normal like you and me......but they are not they all end up in rehab .....and drug facilities .....multi million dollar ones too ....where its not really rehab ....its just a posh hotel .....for druggies ......
However that's not my bone of contention ....the rant is ....when it suits halle .....mariah .....and meghan....and others....... bi racial babes /chicks/hotties /........i have seen halle berry accept an award as a black woman in one of these award ceremonies .....and you always see them at BET....... and ebony awards...spirit awards ........using their blackness ....to their career advantage ........not to mention Halle berry in monster ......when she gets drunk .....I have no probs seeing her untamed bush and titties ........here is my rant ....are they ashamed of their whiteness......i have never heard halle berry accept a white award...... and said she is proud as a white woman to accept this award ......why ....well.... we all know why .....its america ....and the yopu kow historical fuck up made by the ancestors .......not to mention inaccuracies in historical events ......in slavery ...but thats only to suit the masses .......when they need it for publicity...... and ......privilige and money and shit like that.....you know the whole deal ....only when it suits famous people they use their whatever they have .......to publicize their existence ......just a fact baby !!!!!just a fact ........like it or leave it....... the truth hurts .......this is why i am here .....
meghan Markle Enjoyed The Perks Of Light-Skinned Privilege--That Is, Until She Couldn't
In Meghan Markle’s latest episode of her podcast Archetypes, “The Duality of the Diva,” Mariah Carey and the Duchess discussed the complex nature of being biracial or mixed. Not only did it set the internet ablaze, but it also left something to be desired.
“I think for us, it’s very different because we’re light-skinned,” Markle said to Carey. “You’re not treated as a Black woman. You’re not treated as a white woman. You sort of fit in-between.” She then goes into further detail about how marrying into the royal family exposed her to a sort of racism she hadn’t experienced before.
“If there’s any time in my life that it’s been more focused on my race, it’s only once I started dating my husband. Then I started to understand what it was like to be treated like a Black woman. Because up until then, I had been treated like a mixed woman. And things really shifted.”
Alongside CNN’s Brianna Keilar and John Berman, Don Lemon discussed Markle’s revelation. “I commend Meghan Markle for going there, even though it is a bit shocking that at 30-some years of age, she is just understanding what it’s like to be a Black woman in America,” Lemon stated Wednesday morning.
In an explosive interview with Oprah last year, Markle and her husband Prince Harry revealed how insidious the racism toward her had been, not only from British tabloids but also the royal family.
She explained to the renowned media personality there were “concerns and conversations about how dark [her and Harry’s son, Archie’s] skin might be when he was born … Those were conversations that family had with Harry.” Her husband was noticeably tight-lipped when asked to name the family member who asked such a ridiculous question.
Markle has handled the vitriol she has received with grace. Not only did her family pack up and leave England when the treatment she received became unbearable, but the couple’s interview with Oprah shed light on the importance of mental health and how harshly discrimination happens on a global level.
In that same interview, Prince Harry shared that he had been financially cut off by his family when he and his wife opted out of their obligations. The fact the pair have been able to secure millions of dollars through undertakings with Spotify and Netflix is commendable. Markle’s interview in The Cut was a raw and honest look at her experience and how far she and Harry have come.
However, that doesn’t negate the fact that Markle gleefully benefited from being racially ambiguous until she couldn’t do so anymore. In past interviews, she described the privilege she has about being a light-skinned biracial woman and how it’s helped her access certain spaces and receive preferential treatment.
However, she never really condemned racism until she experienced it in such a public, overt and unapologetic way. The fact that she finally knows what it’s like to be treated like a Black woman—which is poorly—feels like a slap in the face to every Black woman who doesn’t have any other choice in the matter.
Markle felt not only racism because of marrying a British prince, but it was a combination of that, classism, xenophobia, and misogyny. Of course she experienced better treatment because she is a light-skinned Black woman. But now that she really knows how badly Black women are treated, what does she plan to do about it?