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One well known blogger, Boyce Watkins, wrote that, “Cooper’s article is built on a deeper resentment of both the black church and black men,” and I venture to say this is not totally true. They allow black male ministers’ malevolency to flourish by tacit attendance.As I stated earlier, on its most good day, the black church, holding constant its homophobia, materialism, and patriarchy teaches men to be a more loving and caring husbands, fathers, and brothers. You challenge patriarchy in the church and other environments by working to educate both and women on how male privilege works. Meaning, even my attendance at church is prefaced on my desire to find a man.The way you challenge patriarchy in the black church is how you challenge it in other environments (i.e. As I’ve said in a previous blog there is a political project a foot to make single and unwed black women feel woefully inadequate without a man and Deborrah Cooper’s article is yet another demonstration of this open season on single and unwed black women. The Black Youth Project is a platform that highlights the voices and ideas of Black millennials.And, all that I can surmise is Of course, on the surface Cooper purports to empower black women—leave the patriarchal black church and you will find a good black man—but, she inevitability falls prey to the same paternal trappings of the Steve Harveys and Tyler Perrys of the world whereby you .Meaning, you, single church black woman, do everything and anything to gain the attention of non-church going black men.
The merchandise is returned to the vendors, the pro-dater and the various accomplices take in their respective cut of the take.