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Why Thirsty White Women Like Leah McSweeney Are A Menace To Society, Explained

Who is Leah McSweeney?

Leah McSweeney is apparently a person who exists on Earth. I assume she possesses functional limbs, a measure of sentience, and perhaps even a social security number, but I could be wrong.

Why is she in the news today?

During an episode of her Improper Etiquette podcast, McSweeney accused Michael Che of being arrogant, rude, and disrespectful during a text exchange with each other after connecting through Raya.

Damn. I’d be pissed if I was Raya. This is why I never attempt to hook my friends up with each other, because they’re never grateful and if shit goes bad…

Raya is a dating app, not a person, man.

Really? I’ve never heard of it.

Because its for “elite” niggas. And you obviously ain’t no elite nigga.

Touche. Anyway, is this the same Micheal Che you believe should do a job switch with Trevor Noah — which seems like such an obvious win-win for The Daily Show and SNL that you’re shocked it hasn’t happened yet?

Yes.

Interesting. So what happened next?

Michael Che brought the receipts in the form of a “leaked” text exchange to Page Six, revealing that “Leah McSweeney” is actually Swahili for “Thirsty McBecky.” And, considering the circumstance, Che was actually rather kind to her.

I see. So what makes White women like Leah McSweeney such a menace?

Between the texts and her reaction to them, it’s clear that McSweeney assumed Che would be down to date or, at the very least, fuck her. And, when learning that he wasn’t even interested in seeing her ass in person, her feelings got hurt. Which admittedly sucks. Rejection always does. But she attempted to spin that rejection into an indictment of Che’s character, and it’s impossible assess this circumstance without addressing and acknowledging the racial context here.

Why? 

There are certain types of White women who assume that all Black men want to fuck them. That if they give a brotha a hint of a whiff of their Coochie Cocoa Puffs, we’ll turn into feckless and slobbering cuckoo birds. This mindset is a messy culmination of several centuries worth of entitlement and socialization and privilege and Pornhub memberships, and there’s nothing I’ve heard or read about Leah McSweeney — including the back and forth she had yesterday with Luvvie — to counter the evidence that she’s definitely one of these women.

And when women like this are told no, they get dangerous. The no is such a blow to their egos and their sense of self that they’ll do anything to change the narrative. Including, of course, become so upset about a soft rejection that no one would have ever known or cared about that they concoct an elaborate story about a person’s character.

Anything else you want to add? 

Yeah, there is. We don’t do ourselves any favors here, as some of us do treat attention from White and non-Black women like we were granted a sip of milk from the Holy Grail. (And by “we” I really mean “y’all niggas.” But since “y’all niggas” is accusatory and unhelpful, I’m just going to continue to say “we.” Even though, again, I’m not including myself with y’all niggas. Y’all niggas on some other shit.)

The Leah McSweeneys of the world don’t need any help. But there are some enabling and validating Darth Jamals out there too; ready and willing to risk life and limb for the chance to sniff Darth Becky’s underarms.

Damon Young

Damon Young is the editor-in-chief of VSB. He is also a columnist for GQ.com And he's working on a book of essays to be published by Ecco (HarperCollins). Damon is busy. He lives in Pittsburgh, and he really likes pancakes. Reach him at damon@verysmartbrothas.com. Or don't. Whatever.

  • BJenks

    Never heard of this lady.

  • Those texts were painful to read. Che came off as funny and Leah needs a long straw to help with her thirstiness. How you gone send a pic of some bread and ask dude if it turns him on?

    • LOL the texts were so strange.

      • Tasha Lawrence?

        I didn’t find the texts strange at all. He was just not interested at all, unfortunately for her.

        • You didn’t find any of her texts odd? She doesn’t seem to pick up on social cues very well.

          • Tasha Lawrence?

            And there are folks like that. Not strange at all.

            Honestly, the only wrong she did was mentioning his name.

            • And they are strange. LOL part of being in society is being able to communicate effectively with the other members of society. I’m not saying you don’t get to be YOU, but you should recognize if the YOU you’re being isn’t really jiving with the person you’re trying to connect with. All her attempts at joking failed. His responses were cool. He eventually ignored her altogether, and she still persisted. When he finally was like “nah, I’m good” she threw a hissy fit. She did…literally everything wrong.

              • Tasha Lawrence?

                Eh.

          • La Bandita

            She can’t read a room BUT she has a podcast. Soooo refuse to read a room?

          • NonyaB?

            Oh, she picks up on social cues quite well. She was just refusing to take the L and confident in spouting rubbish because it was in a private space. Seen her type a few times; anything to get that attention.

    • Karine1976

      As I read the texts I kept when she’d get a clue because he barely took part in those convos. I would have checked out because of the embarassment.

      • TeeChantel

        She needed to get a clue. Rule of thumb: If you don’t respond to my text after 24 hours….. it is a done deal.

    • NonyaB?

      And how do you keep texting for ~2mths+ without to an empty room? After 2 texts in a row without reply, most people woulda accepted the L.

  • mr. steal your costco samples

    which VSBs w/white wives constitute “y’all niqqas”? asking for mysel…errrr, a friend.

    • Brother Mouzone

      I can only think of 2 brothas. White husbands and boyfriend’s though? Multiply that by 30

      • Brooklyn_Bruin

        *spits out steel reserve*

      • La Bandita

        You and me mano y mano. I think ‘man shade’ should be called sipping whiskey.

  • black-a-rican

    I, low key, live for turning down super entitled Thirsty McBeckys like her. I’ll even send them all the wrong signals just to keep their hubris high enough for me to crush it later. On a related side note, I’m also known by my friends as the King of Petty.

    • LMAO I can’t.

      • Sigma_Since 93

        Soo when you making that trip?????

        QTNA

        • What trip sir?

          • Sigma_Since 93

            Down 87

            • It’s hard to say…I’m not one for winter travel.

              • Sigma_Since 93

                You betta pick a warm weekend and get on that bus!!! LOL

    • Sigma_Since 93

      *Changes The Police’s King of Pain to King of Petty while I sing loud and off key in my office*

      • black-a-rican

        Partial list of petty things I do to non-black people:

        -Randomly lock my car when anyone walks by
        -Randomly say, “But some of my best friends are white! I can’t be racist!”
        -Check extra hard for my wallet when anyone bumps into me
        -Call the cops on anyone jogging late at night
        -Ask them if they eat bean pies
        -Say n*gga and glare at them daring them to repeat it
        -Brag about having the lowest suicide rate
        -Talk about black a$$ tv shows and movies with other black people at work knowing they are listening and have no idea what we’re talking about

        Basically treat everyone as I get treated. If they won’t bring me up to the level of respect they get, my petty a$$ will bring them down to the level of respect I get.

        • Sigma_Since 93

          Can I add high five another brotha / sista when we find out the serial killa is Dwight in front of Dwights???

          • black-a-rican

            That backfired with the DC sniper tho. One snafu every 10 years ain’t bad.

            • Sigma_Since 93

              A statistical outlier!

              • Jennifer

                It only takes one of us to mess up the trend. It’s like the paper bag test of criminality.

            • Raspberry04

              Yup! A collective, “D*mn it!” rang out in unison.

            • Brother Mouzone

              He wasn’t a true serial killer, but that’s a story for another day. Point taken though.

            • SororSalsa

              Well, that doesn’t really count. That dude was just super diabolical. He wanted to kill his (ex?)-wife, and because he’d threatened her in court, he knew he’d be the prime suspect. So this man became a serial killer so that when he killed her, it would seem like she was just another victim of the sniper.

          • Mochasister

            Got me over laughing like damn hyena!

        • Asiyah

          May I ask you something as an Afro-Latino? I’d like to know your experience(s):

          Do white Latinas fetishize their black mates the way Thirsty Beckys do? Have you found that they’re likely to appropriate black culture and act “down” like Thirsty Beckys OR are they “embarrassed” to be with a black man? I guess I’m trying to figure out if this is a white thing or a white American thing.

          • black-a-rican

            Nope! White Latinas are usually to busy trying to be white, in the US at least. Hood white Latinas do like black men, mainly because there’s a lot of us in the hood. In Spain and Brazil, I was cleaning up like black people at the golden globes. I’m planning on going to Colombia, Peru, Argentina, and Brazil with some friends this summer. I’ll do some “research” and get back to you after lol.

            • Asiyah

              LOL I like observations!

            • Catfish Jenkins

              In Peru, you’ll get attention depending on your dress. When I went, they knew I was a tourist (helped that I rocked my Jamaica jacket everywhere). They tend to keep their Blacks hidden. In Chile, if I acted the way the ladies acted, I’d have been arrested for sexual assault.

            • DustyKnuckles

              Aren’t most hood Latinas black, at least by American “one drop rule” standards, right?

        • Tasha Lawrence?

          You win the Petty Oscar!

        • disqus_74H9OXqZ4r

          Yes! I live for locking my car door when yt men walk past. I’ll unlock it and lock it back.

          • Raspberry04

            Just to make sure they heard it.. ?

        • True Story.. I stopped at 7 Eleven to get gas and this white broad in a Kia Soul was staring at me… I stared back and as I got out of the car…I locked my doors, held my purse tight to me and ran to the door of the store looking back at her!! It took EVERYTHING IN ME not to break character….AND I drive a BMW now too.. Shiiiiiiiiiiiit, I didn’t have time for her “suspect” looking ayus!

          http://www.funnyjunk.com/Parks+and+rec/funny-pictures/5620809/1#1

          • Rewind4ThatBehind

            You should have up the anti and told the clerk to keep an eye on her, she looks suspicious.

            • Dayuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuum!! You right! NEXT TIME!!!!!! I sweartagawd!

              • Rewind4ThatBehind

                Get it girl!

              • Mary Burrell

                They need to know how it feels when they do that to black people.

          • Cersei

            So my mother attends a Black (well, mainly African/Caribbean) church. I was there with her one Sunday when two White guys walked in. She kept glancing at them and fidgeting while muttering something about the Charleston shooter. I guess they felt the heat (other folks were staring too) because they left after fifteen minutes. It took everything in me not to follow them out, and note their license plate number.

            • Mochasister

              I don’t blame your mother. I would have been staring hard at them too.

            • CozyVon

              Oh, I TOTALLY would’ve followed them out to take down their plate number…and made damn sure they saw me doing it, would’ve made a big-ass production of it. AND snapped they picture on my cell & whatnot. ‘Cause I’ve learned to embrace my not-so-inner petty. It’s freeing, LOL.

              • Brother Mouzone

                Me too

          • grownandsexy2

            A friend of mine in New Orleans described ole Becky who ran back and locked the doors to her convertible, with the top down when she saw his black face.

            • Mochasister

              With the top down she locked the door. Po’ little tink, tink. You can’t even get mad at her. Dumb and racist.

            • ??

            • :-/

          • CozyVon

            What I like to do when I’m entering my building is look over my shoulder nervous AF, not hold the door & close it quick behind me if one of them is not far behind. ‘Cause fuck ’em.

        • Jennifer

          This is amazing. Can we be friends?

          • black-a-rican

            Sure! I could always use more black girl magic in my life.

            • Raspberry04

              ??

        • Rewind4ThatBehind

          I dunno where the fuck you at but me and you finna run into each other at some point, dap, go buy drinks, then bump into white girls on purpose so our drinks spill and have them buy us new ones.

        • *bows down* You sir, are a member of the Royal Petty family! Epic real life trolling. Dang. Love it.

          • black-a-rican

            It’s not trolling. I get told there is nothing wrong with any of these actions when it happens to me, ergo, there must be nothing wrong when I do it to someone else.

        • MsCee

          Literally, lmfao. I have a friend who almost matches your level of petty. She’ll literally wait in her car at Walmart/Target etc for a equally melanated individual to get her park on SUPER busy days and times. Never fails to tickle the ish outta me…I’m so easily amused.

        • [Insert Creative Name Here]

          I may or may not have taken a screenshot of this list.

          I only do #1 and really thought I was doing something. I bow down.

        • Lisss

          Daaayyyuuummm! I need to print this list and keep a copy next to my work computer!

        • Mary Burrell

          They go low and so do we.

        • Red October

          That list should be posted with magnet on every black refrigerator in America.

        • Mochasister

          So no going high when they go low, huh?

          • black-a-rican

            Nope!

        • Raspberry04

          Number one and number two…?

        • orchid921

          This. Is. Awesome. ????

        • DomiMami

          100%

      • Tasha Lawrence?

        Cause you petty af.

      • Rewind4ThatBehind

        Because you tattooed the word PETTY above your nana.

    • Bwhy
    • Brother Mouzone

      If that same girl sees you after turning her down and you’re with a sista, the hatereration towards that sista is at epic becky levels that you can’t even imagine….think, intro to BABY GOT BACK, and multiply by 100.

    • Valerie

      I like your petty.

    • La Bandita

      Caribe a rican here!!

    • Cersei

      Um, can we be friends? I feel like we have a lot in common.

    • Mochasister

      Now that’s petty.

  • Rewind4ThatBehind

    Nah…you had it right Damon.

    Y’all n i g g a s. That’s what we will call them. Because those of us who aren’t doing it get lumped up with these dudes then got plead cases with every ounce of information we’ve ever learned from any season of Law & Order: SVU.

    I responded to her on Twitter, and she tried to hit me with the okie doke, like she didn’t do anything wrong. I’m like shorty…you aired him out on your podcast and he clapped back with receipts. She doesn’t get what she did was more dangerous because

    a) Page Six is not a big news site, so even though Che showed the text, this will be forgotten about by next week, and no one will search through the archives for it

    b) a podcast is subscriber based, meaning there is longevity to it. This is definitely archived, and she lied on a podcast for women to make herself feel better but never imagined her lie could have huge consequences.

    That kind of white woman who just hinges everything on her brittle a s s ego and never sees the heavy weight of their actions against Black men the minute these dudes don’t show the love they swore up and down they deserved is atrocious. Even worse, if Che never kept the text or even actually met her in person, she’d actually have the upper hand right now.

    That’s why I loved that he said “you text really strange declarations looking for a reaction, and I don’t wanna know what’s the real life equivalent of that”.

    That’s one of the most brutal curves I ever seen.

    • Asiyah

      That kind of white woman thinks every Black and/or Latino man must want her. She especially fetishizes (sp) Black men, with non-Black but mestizo-looking Latinos a close second after too many Black guys call her out on her BS and she wants to act the victim. I’ve seen the equivalent Latina and Arab version and I find that pretty darn funny because they’re so. WACK.

      • Rewind4ThatBehind

        Boo, you know we’ve seen those types all the time. I used to fall for the trap when I was younger but I get it now. Those broads are a virus and will be the first to talk sh*t about Black dudes the minute they get played but always act like they got a chip on their shoulder just because Black dudes dig them.

        • Nuno Bojar

          wait, what?

        • I love the new handle lol

          • Val

            Nice avi, lady.

          • Rewind4ThatBehind

            New year, new me, new reasons to almost break my neck.

            How you been girl?

      • Why must they make Baby Jesus cry? Why not just say you think Black men are scum, nothing but walking $ex toys and be done with it. I might just strap up for the nut. LOL

        • Asiyah

          I agree. Or just love Black men and that’s it. No need to make them superhuman or degrade Black women.

        • Raspberry04

          We can always count on you, Todd. Lol.

          • “M”

            Truly part of the problem (that none of the Bruthas SO outraged at the Beckys seem to be that thrilled to talk about. “I was about that life but I LUUUUURRRRNNED” doesn’t do anything to assuage the pain of the sistas who were SPURNED during the learning curve).

            In order to get to all that, we kind of have to pay at least a little bit of attention to this

            http://www.theroot.com/racial-justice-cannot-happen-without-gender-equality-1791134302

            Though I’m not as “regular” as Todd (even though I was a Sweetheart) so I’m sure there’ll be a “coalition” who’s not trying to hear that from me.

            Don’t nobody want to get at alla THAT.

            • Cranberry05

              “”I was about that life but I LUUUUURRRRNNED” doesn’t do anything to assuage the pain of the sistas who were SPURNED during the learning curve).”

              You’re right, M, but I rather take an acknowledgment now than ignorance. Plus, we curved a couple of these fools back when they were on their ish (or at least I did), so I believe we’re even.

              I peeped the article title and I agree. (I’ll read through it in a bit.) I don’t see how we’re going to reach GE, though. Patriarchy is TOO deeply ingrained in our society that people’s unconscious beliefs and implicit biases against women for to truly eradicate it.

              I’mma just wait until Jesus comes back and let me sort through it Himself.

      • Coco

        There’s this mixed raced girl on twitter who stated “just because you love black men but hate black women doesn’t make you a racist”. Is it possible to love them but hate us? Or do you love black men or just black d!ck? I don’t think they know the difference between love and fetish.

        • Asiyah

          I saw that one! I was soooo annoyed with that tweet. “Oh I just don’t like the attitude of many Black women.” That ugly chick can have all the seats.

        • Im glad she said it because any Black man who lets her into his family is foul AF

          • Coco

            Only the dumb ones, they were already caping for her.

            • (sigh) As a new mother, I often wonder how one becomes a coon/and or porch monkey. Where did they go wrong?

              • Self hatred and often (though not always) abuse. Keep your kids safe, make them feel loved, and they’ll be fine.

              • KNeale

                Day late and dollar short but its not talking to kids about their culture/history/identity at all. Leaving it up to TV, music and popular culture to teach kids about their history and their identities is a bad move.

                • You’re not late, I actually wanted responses so thank you. Ive been thinking about this on my own and I value the opinions on here. My son is only 15 months so I have a little time to prepare.

                  • Cranberry05

                    Hi, Staci Elle’s son! #Peekaboo

                    • He loves peekaboo, but they all do right?

                    • Cranberry05

                      Yup.

        • Raspberry04

          So, does she hate the black women who birthed the black men, too?

          • Coco

            We’re just good eggs donors and incubators. In defense her mom is white and her dad is black, I guess she grew admiring her mom…

            • Cranberry05

              AND she’s biracial?!?

              I think she needs to resolve her relationship with her dad and stop projecting her hate.

        • marwilli

          I just Milo Yianna-daba-ding-dong-opolous isn’t racist then.

      • Brown Rose

        Asian men are very thirsty. Seen it too many times.

        • Junegirl627

          Because so many want to be all things white.

          • Asiyah

            Plus with so many Asian women going for white men, they feel a certain type of way

            • La Bandita

              80% of Asian American women are dating or marrying White men. That’s 8 out of 10 Asian women.

              • storageheater

                80%? That’s loads! That’s 100% of Asian American women! God damn that’s a lot of them! I mean a study in 2009 said it was 45% but accounting for every time that fact was (with the best of intentions) repeated but made slightly higher for impact (assuming you didn’t just make it up) that’s 100%
                Man they’re all at it!

                • La Bandita

                  They only counted the 45% that were married at the time and not the 35% that were dating and sleeping with White men.

                  And the numbers are lower for Black men because they counted the ones that were dating White women, but those relationships had high turn over rate or ended quickly and not in marriage.

                  • JP Anderson

                    Bout the same with every other men that they date as far as high turn overs. Even with their own men it can be high sometimes marriage or no marriage.

        • La Bandita

          For Whitey, White, White.

      • Nuno Bojar

        fuck you

        • Asiyah

          awwww I hit a nerve? AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW

        • Raspberry04

          Uh oh…at least provide some context, if you’re going to lob insults.

      • Raspberry04

        I’ve seen an Indian version, too.

        • Asiyah

          Me too!

      • FromTokyo

        This makes me think of the white American woman that filmed herself running around here recently kissing Japanese men on the street to “prove” they’re sexy.

        Okay, girl. ?

        • Asiyah

          Wow…

          smh

        • WTF? I missed that one. Wow…

        • Yeah, that was bad. And it looked really, really rapey.

    • Negro Libre

      Curve combo!

      What was that podcast about?

      • Rewind4ThatBehind

        The podcast she’s on is with a NYC radio personality named Laura Stylzes. It’s basically a woman’s podcast to talk about all sorts of topics from men to health to pop culture. I don’t know what this particular episode was about, but as I’ve long known, you can’t talk about celebs on a podcast and expect not to get a clap back.

        • Raspberry04

          Oh, she’s affliated with Hot 97?

          • Rewind4ThatBehind

            She’s not on the station but the cohost of the podcast is from there.

    • Brother Mouzone

      That was a curve 2 piece with a biscuit.

      • Rewind4ThatBehind

        Side of cole slaw just to be petty too.

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    • NomadaNare

      But the curve was so true and matter of fact

      I went back and reread the texts and was like so thats what it is that irritates me

      • Rewind4ThatBehind

        lmao @ upgrading the curve

        It was just so smooth, and it just says everything that needed to be said without saying “b*tch stop hitting me up”

      • SororSalsa

        That curve from Michael Che was the real-life equivalent of Jered from Insecure…he was FAR kinder to this wywoman than she actually deserved. He should get a lifetime achievement award for empathy during a curve.

    • MsCee

      Lawd, I died of shame and that text wasn’t even sent to me. Lol

      • Rewind4ThatBehind

        Honest to God, I’m not a biter, but I can’t wait to use that line on somebody.

      • Cleojonz

        Couldn’t you just hear the desperation. “Don’t you want to seee me in person????”

        • La Bandita

          Nope..

    • Catfish Jenkins
      • Rewind4ThatBehind

        buahaha dodged it

    • esa

      ~ Page Six is not a big news site

      Page Six is errythann to white Manhattan. this is their version of the King James.

      • Rewind4ThatBehind

        I stand corrected…but at least for this particular issue…it won’t last

        • esa

          in the lil circle of heII where this story lives and feeds, they operate by the creed: the only bad publicity is no publicity.

    • Junegirl627

      all of this!!! Yes!!!

    • Raspberry04

      “That’s one of the most brutal curves I ever seen.”

      The educational curves sting harder than traditional cuss outs. They’re more mature.

      • Rewind4ThatBehind

        Like a fine wine

    • NonyaB?

      A Bezier curve with combined linear, quadratic and cubic shade functions for that azz.

      • Rewind4ThatBehind

        Probably modeled that curve off a coke bottle figure and everything

      • 7EightyOne

        Too bad the curvee is too stupid to understand what you wrote.

  • That last paragraph tho.

    • SPG

      And the one before it.

      • Linda Pritchard

        Let’s agree to do a slow and loud clap for it all.

  • SPG

    Oooooh I knew this SHADE was coming and deservedly so.
    Lena Dunham all over again.
    I’m not even touching Coochie Cocoa Puffs….though it is brilliant.

    • Lena is more of the ilk that thinks body positivity means it’s not PC to find her unattractive.

  • Sigma_Since 93

    “There are certain types of White women who assume that all Black men
    want to fuck them. That if they give a brotha a hint of a whiff of their
    Coochie Cocoa Puffs, we’ll turn into feckless and slobbering cuckoo
    birds. This mindset is a messy culmination of several centuries worth of
    entitlement and socialization”

    It’s sad that some of us know this, have seen brothas do down in a blaze of glory, and still drink the kool aid.

    • Rewind4ThatBehind

      Pour out some liquor for the lost ones.

    • KNeale

      But the fact that white an nonblack women do this is evidence of their belief in their own superiority by being not black. …Does that make sense? Like non black women that fetishize and chase after black men-I’m supposed to believe that they cool and its BW who are just jealous but part of your obsession/fetishization of BM is that you’ve been taught that you have more value and are considered higher than BW and they’re intentionally trying to cash on in this. Maybe I am a “jealous/angry/bitter BW” but I just don’t believe in your innocence.

      • Sigma_Since 93

        You put a different spin on it. I was coming from a place of black men have been killed or had their reputations hurt by dealing with white women. We’ve seen white women use black men to satisfy fetishes or tick off daddy. I’m like Dre from Blackish and get nervous when little white kids get lost because of the optics.

        If I have this empirical empirical, why go down this path? I love me some me. If I chose to do so, I accept the risk and I’m complicit in the shenanigans that come my way. Ol gurl would have to turn water into wine of part the red sea before I could trust she’s ride or die.

      • DustyKnuckles

        Yeah, but it could also be due to how they percieve black men. I’m think it’s more that they believe black men are desperate or just always DTF.

  • H3ll hath no fury, like a woman curved.

    • Freebird

      Regardless of color

      • Especially if she tryna get that work….call you all types of names….so I hear.

    • mr. steal your costco samples

      lol you can’t even tell your own woman no with isht like “so i’m gonna share your fries” so I can’t imagine “you are despicable” is a good look for random wimmen

  • Asiyah

    “There are certain types of White women who assume that all Black men want to fuck them. That if they give a brotha a hint of a whiff of their Coochie Cocoa Puffs, we’ll turn into feckless and slobbering cuckoo birds.”

    *nods head* yes. seen my fair share.

    “We don’t do ourselves any favors here, as some of us do treat attention from White and non-Black women like we were granted a sip of milk from the Holy Grail.”

    *nods head* this is also true. I’ve witnessed this too. One example in particular completely creeped me out. A young AA dude from Detroit once tweeted that he didn’t mind when an Arab woman called him “abeed” (a derogatory term for slave) because he found that s*xy. I was appalled! But if I may, as a non-Black person who is simply an observer, I really don’t think this is the norm. It’s just that those types are usually the loudest. Kind of like these thirsty Beckys. It’s why they “deserve” each other, really. Keep them out of the general dating pool!

    • Brother Mouzone

      As an AA man from Detroit, any brotha from the state of Michigan will tell you that beckys are such a dime-a-dozen thing in that part of the world that you end up turning them down on the regular. I grew up not thinking there was anything special about them. A lot of transplants, particularly if they’re from a place where that is frowned upon, tend to lose they’re mind over how easy it is for them to pull one without the risk of harm.

      • Wow…that’s something. Brothers doing the most over there!

      • Asiyah

        Does that mean the Beckys there are less entitled and less arrogant?

        • Brother Mouzone

          Not really, just more aggressive.

    • La Bandita

      No, Black guys get called the n word in these relationships as well. Maybe why it doesn’t last long.

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