Tuesday, September 13, 2011
I Watch A Lot Of Television
It was nice to see a fit and attractive Black woman (Angola's Leila Lopes) being heralded as the face (and body) of human beauty in the recent Miss Universe pageant.
Many Black women were upset when others mentioned that Ms Sidibe was not attractive enough to be on the cover of a high-fashion magazine.
And this started a trend in finding 'Real" Black women to appear on television.
Some say that Black women are just naturally 'big-bone-did"
(Really... show me a fat skeleton...?) - but this is not the case.
Ms Shepherd is just another ghetto-fab Mammy character.
Ms Williams is just a better fit on a show which features women thought of as being attractive.
But they're ready to fight when I say that Victoria Rowell is stunning while the new Black woman is nothing to look at.
The Talk replaced Holly Robinson-Peete with...
That's not even fair.
Holly is hot...
Sheryl is not...
Sure, The Miss Universe pageant may be shallow...
But I east the woman are fit and attractive and none of them resemble Hattie McDaniel.