Thanks everyone. I'm feeling better.
Inspiration: afrobella and Afrojamaico
The vacation post is coming soon. I just had to write about this because it hit me in the face.
Please watch this then this.
Now what type of ish is this. I've seen this video floating around for the past few days and many people have said their piece concerning the video. Of course many people blamed the young girl for her treatment.
Look, I don't care what that girl had on. There is no excuse for that ish. As far as I am concerned she could of been walking down the street butt ass naked, and she would not have deserved that type of treatment. The poor girl was forced to hold on for dear life otherwise she probably would of broken a few limbs. There were also reports that she was bruised after the dance(attack?), and that Akon's body guard/security pulled her on stage. Meaning that maybe she did not want that dance after all but deceided to go along with it.
It is particularly weird (but not unusual) that many women and girls were/are quick to condemn the young girl but in no way condemn Akon for his behavior. I guess I should not be shocked though because I'm sure many of these women were also blaming the young girls in the R.Kelly videos.
I have a problem with the fact that Akon did this to a 14 year old but I have an even bigger issue with the fact that he did this to any woman.If this was a 30 year old woman it would still be oh soooooooo wrong. If I was not told that it was a young woman being thrown around I would of assumed that he was tossing a dummy or blow up doll around the stage. Did you see how he got up and ran away after he finished, leaving the young girl on the side of the stage like a heap of trash. That ish made me hot as hell. How much you wanna bet that fool(Akon) came.
Why has our society come to point where men think it is okay to objectify women in this way.
Why are there so many men who get off in treating women this way. I came across two videos on Xtube in which the women were being treated like pure trash(actually less than trash). In one video the guy made it his business to finish in the ladies eye and in another the guy tried to ripe a whole in the woman's throat. Notice you never see the guy. He maintaines his annomity while the female is cast before the world as a good time girl who is desperate for attention.
The Akon video is just another instance where we see men getting off in degrading women and I say degrading because this and the two videos( in the comments Not safe for work ) are not about sex. They are about crushing/trashing another human being and getting off on the power to dominate and control another human being.
I think this stuff comes out of the same pile of smut that rape comes from. PLEASE UNDERSTAND THAT I AM NOT SAYING THAT AKON RAPED THAT YOUNG GIRL but I am saying that using and abusing someones body is such a harsh manner is in my opinion very close (symbolically) to rape.
I have a small collection of porn movies(about a dozen). Some of my movies are from the late 80's, and I have some were made in the last few years. One of the things that I notice is that the male porn stars have started to shoot* on the face (and in the mouth) of their costars. In movies from the late 80's men would finish on the butt, chest or leg of their female costars. Why has it become acceptable to spray the face of the female actress( and people wonder why I don't go down). Some of those women even take it out of their butts and holes and stick it straight in their mouths without missing a beat(yuck).
Keep in mind that I have seen a few gay videos on xtube and I notice that in those videos the men are never(so far) as ruff and disrespectful with each other as the men who star in the straight videos. Why? Do men secretly hate women deep down inside?
Why are so many women willing to subject themselves to this type of treatment? What do they get from this? Is it because they are missing daddies love or are they sexually unhealthy.
I would love to read what Coffee, Soul and Model Minority have to say about this please.
2 years ago