This is a simple and accurate representation of #colorism amongst women in the black community. There’s this ridiculous line of division. The question marks kind of show that the division makes no sense and is questionable. This normally implies that lighter girls are “better” and darker girls are lesser. But it’s NOT true and never was. Don’t get caught up in that slavemaster thinking.
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This is a simple and accurate representation of #colorism amongst women in the black community. There’s this ridiculous line of division. The question marks kind of show that the division makes no sense and is questionable. This normally implies that lighter girls are “better” and darker girls are lesser. But it’s NOT true and never was. Don’t get caught up in that slavemaster thinking.

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