Thursday, January 17, 2008

Anonymous

I'm starting to think that some of our black men are to sensitive


Hey Anonymous…
I agree. But where there’s smoke, there's fire. Apparently ladies-- there is definitely a disconnect,and the same holds true for you guys. For myself, I'm learning to relinquish that control factor and to allow the right man to lead. This is a very, very, difficult attempt, but certainly something that I am conscientious and aware of. We are not hearing one another.... That's Unfortunate..

Cheech..


This very comment shows the inconsistency of many Sisters. Sisters are very eager to tell you that they want a "good man" that treats them like a lady, is a gentleman, and who does not abuse them. What are many Sisters choosing? Do you see how that comment alone supports the comments that we have made. If you're good to them, reveal your feelings, or even disagree with them, You can be labeled "Soft", "too Sensitive", or "too nice". It's not that Good men are too sensitive, it's that many Sisters are too hard, and don't recognize what being treated well actually feels like. Many Sisters want to be the man and woman in the relationship. A real man will not tolerate that foolishness, and then his manhood will be questioned as her statement shows. This is also an attempt at manipulation. They could make the situation easier if they chose the type of man that they say they want, but that happens very rarely. Many Sisters do not know what Black male strength really is.


Stephen




Stephen:

How do you know if this is a Sister? Anonymous might be a male?????
Cheech...

2 comments:

Stephen said...

Anonymous stated "I'm starting to think that some of our black men are too sensitive".

This very comment shows the inconsistency of many Sisters. Sisters are very eager to tell you that they want a "good man" that treats them like a lady, is a gentleman, and who does not abuse them. What are many Sisters choosing? Do you see how that comment alone supports the comments that we have made. If you're good to them, reveal your feelings, or even disagree with them, You can be labeled "Soft", "too Sensitive", or "too nice". It's not that Good men are too sensitive, it's that many Sisters are too hard. Many Sisters want to be the man and woman in the relationship. A real man will not tolerate that foolishness, and then his manhood will be questioned as her statement shows. This is also an attempt at manipulation. They could make the situation easier if they chose the type of man that they say they want, but that happens very rarely. Many Sisters do not know what Black male strength really is.


Stephen

Anonymous said...

Define "Good". Because a man is courteous, expresses his feelings, and provides for his family and does not assault his woman does not make him good. Don't take offense, but I expect these things, and therefore that doesn't make a brothers' cream rise to the top for me.

I cook, I clean, I'm educated, employed, spend quality time with my child, attend church, extend my help and good fortune to all that I come in contact with, but I have an opinion and I'm not afraid to express it. And somehow that makes me negative or disgruntled or somehow less than a desireable woman. We are a race that is doomed to forever lack the "common" sense that is needed to succeed. We don't have to agree on everything, but we need to agree to disagree, respect one another for both are similarities as well as our differences and move past this nonsense.
-No man (woman) ever has, nor ever will escape the consequenses of his choices.- Alfred Montapert

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