Welcome To The Reality Show Of Being A Black Woman
Black women are the MOST disrespected group of people to walk this earth. Proven by stats and lived experience, it’s a sad reality most of us are all too aware of…
Except for Jordyn Woods.
After Khloe Kardashian flung homewrecking accusations at Woods, the world went into attack mode.
Fortunately, auntie Jada gave Woods a platform to set the record straight on her show “Red Table Talk” - and the Black community was there to help Woods rise from the ashes of Kardashian/Jenner flames.
And yet, something strange soon happened...
While in Lagos, Nigeria, speaking on a panel about bullying, Woods made the following statement:
“I understood for the first time what it’s like being a Black woman in... society, and how we can be so disrespected and nobody can really understand that extent until you have to live it.”
Um… sister girl is a bit late to the program! Because Black women face these struggles DAILY.
Privileged with wealth and Kardashian/Jenner blinders, Woods finally experienced the world from a position WITHOUT white privilege.
Black women are constantly subjected to discrimination that extends far beyond social media. From physical and sexual assault to economic disadvantages galore, it’s never been fair being a Black woman.
Make no mistake, misogynoir is real. Jordyn Woods just got her first dose of a reality we know all too well.
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