(ThyBlackMan.com) So….these are our girl’s “role models“…really? Let’s see who we have here….
So help me understand…THESE ahem “WOMEN” are supposedly the role models for our young girls? These women that are dressed in a provocative manner, where only ONE is an actual wife, some of the women have had plastic surgery…so that will teach our girls not to love the way God created them, they can always go get breast implants, a nose job or a little nip tuck to be more appealing to men.
Let me tell you the only “roles” this group of women knows. They know how to play the role of a wifey real well. They know how to play the role of a bullying baller chaser man hunter down to a T. They know how to play the role of a sexually charged woman down pact.
Role models should start in the HOME FIRST. As Mothers, we should be the best role models for our daughters. We should teach them what a Black Woman REALLY looks like, how a Black Woman carries herself. We should teach them that an educated Black Woman is far more appealing than a scantily clad one. Our daughters should know of Black Women that actually contributed something POSITIVE to our history. Black Women that actually stood for something, versus lying down on their backs.
These are the type of women that I will teach my daughters NOT to be like. I will use them as examples of what NOT to do, how a Black Woman should NOT conduct herself. This is what the new face of Black Women looks like? Please! As a Black Woman, I find this magazine cover HIGHLY offensive. These are the type of women that our daughters are emulating? These types of women are why our young girls suffer from low self-esteem and self-worth, and have distorted body images as young as the age of NINE! These types of women are why our young girls become promiscuous and barter their womb for room and board in hopes of becoming famous. Role models? I think NOT. These women are nothing but reality TV prostitutes, and all they will teach our daughters if WE allow them is how to trick out their wombs. The best lessons are taught in the home, let lesson number one be cutting the TV OFF.
Staff Writer; Nojma Muhammad
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