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bravelife00:

sleepyccs:

bravelife00:

sleepyccs:

ebonysexologist:

bakersdelight123:

ebonysexologist:

As the great Black Pornstar Sinnamon Luv said “I don’t like race play because at that point its not about the sex anymore”

It bothers me that Black women in interracial relationships are doing this and it ONLY with white men. I don’t see this happening with ANY other race (Asian, Hispanic,…

Personally see nothing wrong with this. A submissive has the authority to control what’s said and done to them during play. I’m in a switch relationship currently and we agreed that that type of language is only for play. In fact I’m the one who had to convince him to call me that.

So you cannot judge on one’s preferences based on your restrictions. The underling thing is that we respect and trust each other in play and outside play. In that we are allowed to push each other’s boundaries physically and mentally.

from what I’m getting from “raceplay” is thr pushing of boundaries and still having trust. Odd yet leaves an open door for things. Its getting off to racism which I can perfectly understand studying fetishes and human sexuality. Everything in the bedroom can be pushed. To each their own. But if you can joke about racism and use racism in the bedroom I hope you can distinguish “la-la-land” from reality and it not be exclusive to just whites. Like if I’m black and I’m with a black girl who is into raceplay then I would like to engage in this with her or any other fetishes she may have, excluding to one race isn’t fair butbi can understand preferences. I find it interesting that a growing number of people are interested in this. It’s growing….. GROWING. And I dare say fast as other fetishes. So yes a growing number of black women are interested in this from what I’ve seen and understood. And you won’t be able to tell, as it should be, but like any other fetish it does raise an eyebrow. I’m not trying to kink shame but damn that is something hard to swallow!

Does this guy realize the BBC/Queen of Spades kink sub-culture is also RACE PLAY? Since it involves Black men I guess it gets a pass from a black male sexologist. I’ve seen asian and hispanic women involved in race play on-line. The BBC sub-culture and the lack of critical reflection on it from black men means that black men have NO moral high ground from which to criticize black women.

it’s my honest opinion, but I don’t think you can compare. The BBC type of race-play involves a play against other races of women; the women are at the end of the racial humiliation and it also doesn’t involve any aspect of slavery, imagining that you were still in the plantation living with white people and calling them masters and all. Black women who are involved in race-play as submissives, however, are so. Most of them, live in a white supremacist state of mind.

I still think That BBC thing is ignorant though, but for the fact that since the race-play isn’t against the men, it’s not discussed or seen as worst like those black women. It’s the same when black women play the dominant role to white subs as domme. It’s a type of race-play but against white people, so it’s not perceive as humiliating for them either.

In BBC the black man also has a “white supremacists” state of mind. He’s often sexually servicing the white woman while her husband enjoys the performance. The Black male’s sexuality has been hijacked & is used to sexually pleasure WW & WM. BBC plantation scenario are not unheard of. It seems BM view ANY type of sex they have with WW as empowering & revolutionary. While smearing ANY type of sex between a BW & WM with plantation/slavery rhetoric. You left out the “breed my wife black” part of BBC where a child is conceived to humiliate the WM (which he gets sexual satisfaction from).

From what i can tell, it is true. For black men in BBC play, They do get the empowerment and revolutionary satisfaction out of the sexual act, but I still wouldn’t call it a white supremacist mind but black supremacists. Slavery is not white men’s creation, so for anyone not white to be involved, it doesn’t mean they want to be like them. I have also read from a few black women and men who said, while they wouldn’t play to be any type of slaves for white people, they would wholeheartedly accept if these whites were slaves to them.


As for smearing sex between a BW & WM with plantation/slavery rhetoric, my response to this as a man and what i have witnessed just from social media: Smearing people is criminal and ignorant, however i do share the sentiment that a lot of black women are involved in those slavery acts. And most of them are quite young, beginning at the age of 17 from the last one i saw in tumblr. The breeding part is also involved.


Take that girl in tumblr, where she openly expresses how inferior she is to white people and how she has learned her place. http://angelisajosalisa.tumblr.com/tagged/slattern


You can’t expect people not to be generally more critical of black women involved as slaves, given our history, than black men letting white people fetishizing them as some sexual beast. It still doesn’t compare.

The fact that black women & men are involved in race play means that we have chosen to not honor our ancestors. There’s no de-linking sex from race & history. The Black people involved in race play are playing with psychological dynamite. There’s no “black supremacy in being the sexual play thing of white people. This is an illusion they grant to black men. Real power is supremacy in the court rooms, boardrooms, and classrooms not the bedrooms. I think too many black men fall for this illusion of power. “Bedroom power” doesn’t provide for your people’s most basic needs.

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cognitivedissonance:

After threats against her life, Anita Sarkeesian canceled an upcoming talk at Utah State University. Gamergate trolls are celebrating on Twitter while simultaneously dismissing the threats as nothing. Does this read like nothing to you?

“I will write my manifesto in her spilled blood, and you will all bear witness to what feminist lies and poison have done to the men of America.”

The email’s author threatened to murder feminist women indiscriminately in a mass shooting. And because carrying guns on campus outweigh the right of students and guests to be safe, Anita Sarkeesian canceled her talk.

BUT WE SHOULDN’T FEEL THREATENED, RIGHT?

BECAUSE IT’S JUST THE INTERNET, RIGHT?

The bullies won this time. And if you think this shit isn’t dangerous, I’m fresh out of fucks to give and I’m not restocking any time soon. It’s goddamn wrong to to dismiss this by claiming the author isn’t serious. Elliot Rodger’s rantings were dismissed until it was too late.

This. Is. Not. OK.

That comment on how videogames don’t cause school shootings?

Well, now. See that? That’s over 15 years work, of advocacy, ruined.

Everything gaming advocacy tried to assert, that videogames were art, that violence can be separated from the medium… all now rings hollow.

How does it feel to know that this may very well be #gamergate’s most lasting and bitter fruit?

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soulbrotherv2:

8 Heartbreaking Cases Where Land Was Stolen From Black Americans Through Racism, Violence and Murder

By A. Moore 
In his 2007 documentary Banished, filmmaker Marco Williams examined four examples of primarily white communities violently rising up to force their African-American neighbors to flee town.
This became one of the techniques used to sabotage Black land ownership, a devastating trend in the 19th and 20th centuries that robbed Blacks of millions in generational wealth.
In 2001, results from an 18-month investigation of Black land loss in America were published by The Associated Press. It turned up 107 of these land takings, 57 of which were violent, the other cases involved trickery and legal manipulations. Here are eight of these heartbreaking stories.
[Continue reading article and the eight stories at Atlantic Blackstar.]

soulbrotherv2:

8 Heartbreaking Cases Where Land Was Stolen From Black Americans Through Racism, Violence and Murder

By A. Moore 

In his 2007 documentary Banished, filmmaker Marco Williams examined four examples of primarily white communities violently rising up to force their African-American neighbors to flee town.

This became one of the techniques used to sabotage Black land ownership, a devastating trend in the 19th and 20th centuries that robbed Blacks of millions in generational wealth.

In 2001, results from an 18-month investigation of Black land loss in America were published by The Associated Press. It turned up 107 of these land takings, 57 of which were violent, the other cases involved trickery and legal manipulations. Here are eight of these heartbreaking stories.

[Continue reading article and the eight stories at Atlantic Blackstar.]

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bravelife00:

sleepyccs:

ebonysexologist:

bakersdelight123:

ebonysexologist:

As the great Black Pornstar Sinnamon Luv said “I don’t like race play because at that point its not about the sex anymore”

It bothers me that Black women in interracial relationships are doing this and it ONLY with white men. I don’t see this happening with ANY other race (Asian, Hispanic,…

Personally see nothing wrong with this. A submissive has the authority to control what’s said and done to them during play. I’m in a switch relationship currently and we agreed that that type of language is only for play. In fact I’m the one who had to convince him to call me that.

So you cannot judge on one’s preferences based on your restrictions. The underling thing is that we respect and trust each other in play and outside play. In that we are allowed to push each other’s boundaries physically and mentally.

from what I’m getting from “raceplay” is thr pushing of boundaries and still having trust. Odd yet leaves an open door for things. Its getting off to racism which I can perfectly understand studying fetishes and human sexuality. Everything in the bedroom can be pushed. To each their own. But if you can joke about racism and use racism in the bedroom I hope you can distinguish “la-la-land” from reality and it not be exclusive to just whites. Like if I’m black and I’m with a black girl who is into raceplay then I would like to engage in this with her or any other fetishes she may have, excluding to one race isn’t fair butbi can understand preferences. I find it interesting that a growing number of people are interested in this. It’s growing….. GROWING. And I dare say fast as other fetishes. So yes a growing number of black women are interested in this from what I’ve seen and understood. And you won’t be able to tell, as it should be, but like any other fetish it does raise an eyebrow. I’m not trying to kink shame but damn that is something hard to swallow!

Does this guy realize the BBC/Queen of Spades kink sub-culture is also RACE PLAY? Since it involves Black men I guess it gets a pass from a black male sexologist. I’ve seen asian and hispanic women involved in race play on-line. The BBC sub-culture and the lack of critical reflection on it from black men means that black men have NO moral high ground from which to criticize black women.

it’s my honest opinion, but I don’t think you can compare. The BBC type of race-play involves a play against other races of women; the women are at the end of the racial humiliation and it also doesn’t involve any aspect of slavery, imagining that you were still in the plantation living with white people and calling them masters and all. Black women who are involved in race-play as submissives, however, are so. Most of them, live in a white supremacist state of mind.

I still think That BBC thing is ignorant though, but for the fact that since the race-play isn’t against the men, it’s not discussed or seen as worst like those black women. It’s the same when black women play the dominant role to white subs as domme. It’s a type of race-play but against white people, so it’s not perceive as humiliating for them either.

For the record race play doesn’t sit well with me either. But I see a double standard when it comes to BM involved in the BBC lifestyle compared to BW submissives that have a white Dom.

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bravelife00:

sleepyccs:

ebonysexologist:

bakersdelight123:

ebonysexologist:

As the great Black Pornstar Sinnamon Luv said “I don’t like race play because at that point its not about the sex anymore”

It bothers me that Black women in interracial relationships are doing this and it ONLY with white men. I don’t see this happening with ANY other race (Asian, Hispanic,…

Personally see nothing wrong with this. A submissive has the authority to control what’s said and done to them during play. I’m in a switch relationship currently and we agreed that that type of language is only for play. In fact I’m the one who had to convince him to call me that.

So you cannot judge on one’s preferences based on your restrictions. The underling thing is that we respect and trust each other in play and outside play. In that we are allowed to push each other’s boundaries physically and mentally.

from what I’m getting from “raceplay” is thr pushing of boundaries and still having trust. Odd yet leaves an open door for things. Its getting off to racism which I can perfectly understand studying fetishes and human sexuality. Everything in the bedroom can be pushed. To each their own. But if you can joke about racism and use racism in the bedroom I hope you can distinguish “la-la-land” from reality and it not be exclusive to just whites. Like if I’m black and I’m with a black girl who is into raceplay then I would like to engage in this with her or any other fetishes she may have, excluding to one race isn’t fair butbi can understand preferences. I find it interesting that a growing number of people are interested in this. It’s growing….. GROWING. And I dare say fast as other fetishes. So yes a growing number of black women are interested in this from what I’ve seen and understood. And you won’t be able to tell, as it should be, but like any other fetish it does raise an eyebrow. I’m not trying to kink shame but damn that is something hard to swallow!

Does this guy realize the BBC/Queen of Spades kink sub-culture is also RACE PLAY? Since it involves Black men I guess it gets a pass from a black male sexologist. I’ve seen asian and hispanic women involved in race play on-line. The BBC sub-culture and the lack of critical reflection on it from black men means that black men have NO moral high ground from which to criticize black women.

it’s my honest opinion, but I don’t think you can compare. The BBC type of race-play involves a play against other races of women; the women are at the end of the racial humiliation and it also doesn’t involve any aspect of slavery, imagining that you were still in the plantation living with white people and calling them masters and all. Black women who are involved in race-play as submissives, however, are so. Most of them, live in a white supremacist state of mind.

I still think That BBC thing is ignorant though, but for the fact that since the race-play isn’t against the men, it’s not discussed or seen as worst like those black women. It’s the same when black women play the dominant role to white subs as domme. It’s a type of race-play but against white people, so it’s not perceive as humiliating for them either.

In BBC the black man also has a “white supremacists” state of mind. He’s often sexually servicing the white woman while her husband enjoys the performance. The Black male’s sexuality has been hijacked & is used to sexually pleasure WW & WM. BBC plantation scenario are not unheard of. It seems BM view ANY type of sex they have with WW as empowering & revolutionary. While smearing ANY type of sex between a BW & WM with plantation/slavery rhetoric. You left out the “breed my wife black” part of BBC where a child is conceived to humiliate the WM (which he gets sexual satisfaction from).

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ebonysexologist:

bakersdelight123:

ebonysexologist:

As the great Black Pornstar Sinnamon Luv said “I don’t like race play because at that point its not about the sex anymore”

It bothers me that Black women in interracial relationships are doing this and it ONLY with white men. I don’t see this happening with ANY other race (Asian, Hispanic,…

Personally see nothing wrong with this. A submissive has the authority to control what’s said and done to them during play. I’m in a switch relationship currently and we agreed that that type of language is only for play. In fact I’m the one who had to convince him to call me that.

So you cannot judge on one’s preferences based on your restrictions. The underling thing is that we respect and trust each other in play and outside play. In that we are allowed to push each other’s boundaries physically and mentally.

from what I’m getting from “raceplay” is thr pushing of boundaries and still having trust. Odd yet leaves an open door for things. Its getting off to racism which I can perfectly understand studying fetishes and human sexuality. Everything in the bedroom can be pushed. To each their own. But if you can joke about racism and use racism in the bedroom I hope you can distinguish “la-la-land” from reality and it not be exclusive to just whites. Like if I’m black and I’m with a black girl who is into raceplay then I would like to engage in this with her or any other fetishes she may have, excluding to one race isn’t fair butbi can understand preferences. I find it interesting that a growing number of people are interested in this. It’s growing….. GROWING. And I dare say fast as other fetishes. So yes a growing number of black women are interested in this from what I’ve seen and understood. And you won’t be able to tell, as it should be, but like any other fetish it does raise an eyebrow. I’m not trying to kink shame but damn that is something hard to swallow!

Does this guy realize the BBC/Queen of Spades kink sub-culture is also RACE PLAY? Since it involves Black men I guess it gets a pass from a black male sexologist. I’ve seen asian and hispanic women involved in race play on-line. The BBC sub-culture and the lack of critical reflection on it from black men means that black men have NO moral high ground from which to criticize black women.

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If you’re not black why are you on this blog called “Black Women Confessions”?

If you’re not black why are you on this blog called “Black Women Confessions”?

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