My sista,there are many questions that we can answer,and questions that never get the answer we want. In my opinion,we push our brothers away because we ask for more than they can give. We want the "perfect" brother. If you ever read the book "How to love a Black man",It tells that our men aren't what we fantasize. Our men are here in reality,and our problem is that we don't accept the fact that our men aren't handsome like Denzel,or intelligent like Dr.Ben Carson. We need our men to help us rebuild our fallen nation,to help us raise our children,and teach them to have love and pride for our people. Brothers go to the enemy with the idea that a white woman can understand them,and not be so demanding,when they should know that all they want is to get in bed with them. We need to tell our brothers that we love them and we need them. We need to uplift them,not degrade them.We need to let them know that they are not alone in the struggle. Black men are the only ones that can love us and protect us.
Originally Posted by Queen_Samiya
All of us may not live to see the higher accomplishment of an African Empire—so strong and powerful, as to compel the respect of mankind, but we in our life-time can so work and act as to make the dream a possibility within another generation.-Marcus Garvey