Colorism: 5 Reasons I’m Talking About it (and why you should too)

Posted: May 30, 2013 in Uncategorized

Another interesting take on colorism

  1. Genta says:

    it, it occurred to me that as a young white girl it was posslbie and even probable that I was oblivious to what might have been going on. I wondered aloud what the experiences of our black friends were. I hope that it was as I remember it and if it wasn’t that I wasn’t one of the ones that did the wrong thing. That would make me very sad.

  2. Sakuntala says:

    I date a guy that is black and brazilian, he’s very light black and more tan alluacty. He’s very nice and really cares about me. I am white and as white gets. I find an attraction to guys from different places. What does the public think? I don’t think it matters as long as the guy is very supportive and stuff. I think my mom is getting over the fact I don’t like just white guys. What should I do? I mean she really likes the guy. Its not a big deal but what does the public think about interracial couples honestly?

  3. Cheers pal. I do appreciate the writing.

  4. Marwa says:

    I’m trying to put some clisasc album covers on t-shirts and some other merch to sell. I’m not sure how I would go about licensing the images I’m thinking maybe the label owns the image rights? It would seem like a pain in the neck to try to contact each label and actually get through to someone who would be responsible for such things. I’m wondering if their is an easier more efficient and standard way to go about this. Thanks for any help you may be able to provide.

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