SILENCE: In Search of Black Female Sexuality In America by Mya B 1/6

February 27, 2012 by
Filed under: Black Rug 

The Revolution Can not Triumph Without the Emancipation Of Women (speech by Thomas Sankara 1987) WE ARE ALL AUSET! It is time for us to get rid of all that bullshit we carrying (like in Erycah Badu’s “Window Seat” vid), cleanse ourselves mentally, ethereally, physically…we have gots a lot of work to do….starting with ourselves..WE MUST MAKE THE WORLD FEAR, LOVE AND RESPECT US ONCE AGAIN…RECLAIM YOUR GODDESSHOOD IT IS ONLY THEN WILL THE GODS BE RESURRECTED!!!!!!!!!!!! Reading List: When Waging War Against the Oppression of Black Women Our Only Hope is To KILL GOD–Sis. LeTava Mabilijengo The Skeleton In Americas Closet: The Dismembered Bones Swept Under History’s Rug–Allyson Horton The Horrors of the Half-Known Life–GJ Baker-Benfield (particularly the chapter on midwives and gynecology) The Women’s Dictionary of Symbols & Sacred Objects–Barbara Walker When God Was A Women–Merlin Stone Women Warlords–Tim Newark The Fear Of Women–Wolfgang Lederer Foundations of African Thought–Chukunyere Kamalu Mystical Universal Mother–Ni Hua-Ching The Language of the Goddess–Marija Gimbutas Cultivating Male Sexual Energy–Mantak Chia The Tao of Sexology: The Book of infinite Wisdom–Stephen Chang Myth Religion and Mother Right– J. Bachofen The Mothers–Robert Briffault The Kyballion–Three Initiates
Video Rating: 4 / 5


10 Comments on SILENCE: In Search of Black Female Sexuality In America by Mya B 1/6

  1. 101TheshitIm on Mon, 27th Feb 2012 12:41 pm

    @missaquaboogie Unless you’re black yourself, that sounds pretty bigoted.

  2. theiceman2you on Mon, 27th Feb 2012 1:38 pm

    When we do NOT speak to our children about sex, we leave it up to pornography and misinformation to teach them! That’s why we have so many people getting diseases and impregnating women like it’s drinking water..

  3. missaquaboogie on Mon, 27th Feb 2012 2:31 pm

    black parents still living in the stone age…that is why blk girls be birthing children like it is raining…EDUCATION—not the one you learn in school is the key.

  4. Yolandra101 on Mon, 27th Feb 2012 3:16 pm

    5:45 This is the most enlighten thing I’ve heard in referrence to sex. Thank Dr. LLalia Afrika

  5. PisceanBeautyy on Mon, 27th Feb 2012 3:48 pm

    Thanks so much for posting this. I posted the trailer for this documentary several years ago but have never seen it before.

  6. ladyjosephinelover on Mon, 27th Feb 2012 3:59 pm

    @NewYorkC93 i feel exactly the same way i’m 16 will be 17 tomorrow

  7. NewYorkC93 on Mon, 27th Feb 2012 4:35 pm

    @Amunet369 Sure i’ll check them out now. Thanks!

  8. Amunet369 on Mon, 27th Feb 2012 5:06 pm

    @NewYorkC93 Hotep and much luv lil’ sis, and thanx for responding to my vid, and if you have not already, please take the time to view alexyssktylor vids on youtube, ALL of her vids would be good to watch as she really breaks it down on a simple level…”Mother where art thou”,”Melanin vs. Nigga Melanin”, “Mother daughter drama” are good ones to start with…i have watched many of her vids & even attened her lecture in nyc in april…what she says is VERY relevant 2 us as WOMEN in this society

  9. NewYorkC93 on Mon, 27th Feb 2012 5:06 pm

    I really appreciate this b/c I am having conflicting issues with my sexuality and I’m 17. The abstinence movement at school and church makes it seem as though sex is evil before marriage and that you are a used lolliipop if you don’t wait. I want to wait on my own terms not surpressive limitations.

  10. TheGoddessNetworks on Mon, 27th Feb 2012 5:55 pm


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