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So I think this Issa Rae passage provided some ammunition for black men to defend themselves.We’re now seeing some very raw issues come to the surface because the social landscape has changed so much in just the past year or two.
You look around Hollywood and suddenly see so many WMBF pairings popping up, often glowingly portrayed as progressive when it’s really about white dudes leeching off of the racial credibility of minority women to keep themselves on top. We’ve long been in denialism about it because we wanted to save face and not admit to our own complicity or passivity in the face of racist social pressures.
Liberal think tanks like the Brookings Institute clickbait by insinuating that black women would be better off not marrying black men.
When I watch an episode of and the opening bit features Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson talking about their white boos and drooling over Jon Hamm, I have to wonder how I’d feel if I saw two Asian female comedians do that on HBO.
You have to understand the context in which this passage exploded.
I’m not going to boast that I’m all plugged into Black Twitter, but I do know these things have happened recently: During this time, I saw a lot of tweets by black women, decrying how straight black men were the “weakest links” in the fight for social justice and how they knew many black men who exhibited internalized racism in their dating preferences.