Julia T. Williams | Our Black Men
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Our Black Men

Our Black Men

This is going to be a laconic blog today.

While being nosey on mediatakeout.com I came across a post on a Black Gay Male Fraternity.

After looking at the pictures, I became very saddened. I feel that we all have individual lives to live and I don’t judge, but something about seeing all of these Black men looking like women really disturbs my spirit. I read a comment about a week ago on MTO that said: You know at the rate that black men are becoming black women we are going to have to go to a museum in a few years to find out what black men USED to look like.


Blessings & Prosperity!

This is Jewells signing out…

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