When did the opinion of a Black man ever count for any kind of understanding, when was his health and welfare ever considered? Did we listen to the first Black President, yes we can and change, how did we change...many hate to even think about? Most just admitted to listening to Black music. Not even Black women listens to a Black man. Something strange about this truth!!! And if anyone ever listened they were considered something less than intelligent or human?
Discipline, consequences, if asked if I wanted to be treated the same as White men, I would say no and on the same token, if asked if I wanted to be treated as a human being, I would say yes. Now, would this cause us to be treated the same, noooo, because we are not exactly the same.
Do you realize how many years Black people have been trying to act like White people and is this making the world any better?
A new acquaintance in my life, who happens to be white, and I was discussing this subject, when I asked her to treat me like a Black Man. Well, she went on about she sees no difference, therefore will make no difference because men are men, we are all human beings and this is the only way she knows how to treat a man.
Then there is all this equal rights stuff, but this is where human rights and respecting our differences comes into play. Not one of us is superior nor inferior to the other.
I am here to tell you, though we are all human beings and have our faults, there are a few noticeable differences which must be adhered to. Like a wolf and a dog, a woman and a man, we are two different species. One of the points I would like to make here is, I am a bit perplexed by Whites, especially White women, who say they do not see color, which is the most obvious difference. These differences do not separate us but help us better coexist.
From the perspective of a Black Man, Black men are different first by color; therefore our behaviors are different.
So, if you would like to understand the different behaviors of a Black Man from a White Man, then ask a Black Man and listen because not even all Black men possess the same behaviors.
These differences in behaviors apply to all people, as each house, each family, each human being. Each man should be allowed to be a man within human dignity and respect and this would make us all different, unique, and beautiful in nature. We could learn something from each other.
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