Why do some believe that acting / dressing like a negative stereotype is somehow empowering ?
Look at this video
In this video you see a woman doing a very sexual dance in random public places and justifying it as a celebration of Martin Luthor King Day, and that it is somehow supposed to fight the sexualization of black women
This reminds me of the infamous **** walk protest.
Why do people believe that doing the very thing that illicits a negative stereotype is somehow empowering !
That makes about as much sense as dressing up like a gangsta, and walking into a racist neighbourhood screaming:
"I am an N word and I am proud"
I have always held the belief that the women and men who do these kind of protests are more attention seeking than genuinely concerned about the cause.
- SandyLv 72 months agoFavourite answer
now how did I know this was going to be a video about my people, even before I watched it?
- Anonymous2 months ago
He says girls who are twerking for MLK aren’t really observing MLK, it’s just and excuse to act immature and not be criticized. I think that’s true. We see the same thing with Antifa, the DC and BLM riots. They are all just people who want to riot and loot and hide behind a cause to justify their violent behavior.