Thursday, July 21, 2011

Sheryl Swoopes: The Reason Why I Can't Stand Bisexuals


If you read this blog you know I can't stand bisexuals and single mothers. I don't exactly make it a secret and for those of you who didn't understand my reason for disliking them before this blog is dedicated to you!

This week it came to light that fake ass "lesbian" Sheryl Swoopes is now engaged to man. Let me give you a little history on Sheryl Swoopes...

In 1997 a PREGNANT Sheryl Swoopes became the first woman on the cover of Sports Illustrated Women. At the time Sheryl Swoopes was MARRIED to a man (a red flag for me). Then in 2005 she came out as a "lesbian." She was in a relationship with this woman, who was the assistant coach for her team...


Now in 2011 the bitch is right back with a man. I told y'all these fucking confused bisexuals are trifling as hell.

Here is what Sherly Swoopes told ESPN Magazine in 2005...
"Discovering I'm gay just sort of happened much later in life," Swoopes says. "Being intimate with [Alisa] or any other woman never entered my mind. At the same time, I'm a firm believer that when you fall in love with somebody, you can't control that."

She didn't say anything about being BISEXUAL in that interview. She supposedly "discovered" her sexuality later in life (suspect as hell). If people had paid close attention to her interviews they would have known that Sheryl is a confused BISEXUAL...



REAL gay people do not just wake up and decide we're gay. It's motherfuckers like this that make it harder for us REAL gays and lesbians. All the homphobes are looking at her and saying, "See--I told you it's a choice. They can turn it on and off." I hate that shit! Meanwhile here I am trying to find my solemate, content with who/what I am, never even been with a man yet I'm grouped in with these fucked up confused bitches. I told y'all all it takes is women like this finding a man that's interested in them before they go right back to sucking dick.

And to think...they have the nerve to get angry with me for NOT being attracted to them! Can you believe it? I'm done...

Monday, July 4, 2011

Culture, Hertiage & Self-Hate

Black people have issues--and I don't mean just African Americans. No I think black people in general have some serious issues. A lot of us suffer from self-hate. I didn't realize how deep it is until recently. 

People following this blog should know I have battled my own inner demons and self-hate. I would like to think I have come out on top after learning more about my history, culture, genealogy and overcoming a deep, dark depression. 

Everyone isn't so lucky.

I have my issues with black women...God knows I do, but at the end of the day black women are the ONLY race of women I desire.  The bald black woman in the picture to the left is what I want. I want to share my life with a black woman. I want to produce kids with a black woman. I want to grow old with a black woman. No other race of women on the face of the planet can make me feel the way black women do. 

As much as I have tried dating outside of my race, I can honestly say the experience left me feeling empty inside--as if something was missing. I could not bring myself to love those non-black women. I wasn't moved at all by them or their presence in my life. Looking back now I think I was running from my own self-pity and hate (along with the pain I felt from a black woman that broke my heart)--trying to see if the lie about the "other side" being better is true. Needless to say I found myself miserable. This self-discovery has made me aware of a few things...

I have been talking to a young lady (she is black) who has told me she is not attracted to black women. I won't lie--this turned me off because there is nothing more repulsive to me than to hear someone black utter such bullshit. Yes, I know I've pretty much said the same thing on this blog, but as stated above I came to my senses. Am I attracted to all black women? No. However, they are who I find myself the MOST attracted to of all women. Anyway this particular chick grew up in an environment that socialized her to accept people of other races, which is a good thing. My only issue with her is the fact that I cannot overlook what I have determined is self-hate.

How is it possible for a dark-skinned black lesbian woman NOT to be attracted to black women? Not that skin tone makes any difference, but here in the USA this is the group of black women MOST vocal about the discrimination they face from everyone. So it bothers me that this woman would be discriminatory against her own kind. If you ask her about it she can see nothing wrong with her preference. She is perfectly content to breed out her genes. On the surface it seems that race doesn't matter to her, but then if this were true surely she would find black women attractive. This woman's preference is more than likely the result of socialization, self-hate, conditioning, and just plain old ignorance.

For a while I allowed myself to fantasize about this woman because I was taken by the idea of the uniqueness of our situation (no I won't go into detail). But then the light in my head came on and I found myself disgusted. My need for a black woman that shares my dream of an ideal BLACK family with kids proud of their culture and heritage woke me up. I honestly can't take a woman like this seriously. Black people need to learn that the ONLY people we really have in this world is each other. There is no substitute. There is no alternative. At the end of the day we cannot run from or abandon who and what we are so why not accept it and embrace it? I love black women. But I cannot love or respect a woman who does not know who she is and does not love herself enough to appreciate and preserve her heritage.

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