“Here at the Met, we have artworks that can #Break The Internet too!’’ the Met tweeted, a reference to Paper’s coverline “Break the Internet Kim Kardashian,’’which spawned a Twitter hashtag. Gilberto Valle, who was fired from the NYPD, was convicted last year of conspiracy to kidnap women whom he fantasized with fellow ghouls online about cooking and eating. But a Manhattan federal judge overturned the top rap against him, agreeing with me that while Valle, 30, committed thought crimes, he posed no real danger to anyone.Reid, who is African-American, had opened herself up to the possibility of going out with men who are not.Except for one white guy, she has dated only within her race.Most of us have butts, but not everyone can ride theirs to fame, glory and jealousy from a great museum’s staff. After watching his own female lawyer fight for him, Valle, who cooked for jail employees while locked up, said he wants to join the legal profession. A Wisconsin woman found her husband who vanished in 2005 on Facebook — living a mere 155 miles away and married to another woman. At least the discarded wife missed years of washing the rotter’s socks.
“It will be fun — and I’ll get some dates.” But two days after we spoke last week, a WNBC spokeswoman informed me that Reid no longer planned to accept the dating service’s challenge because she was “busy.” A friend told me that she’d changed her mind about it. The answer may be found in the dating service’s name: Interracial Dating
Yet criticism — some of it hurled online, some of it in Karazin’s face — for “marrying out” can be cruel. “Black men date or marry interracially at more than double the level women do,” she said. They can date anyone they want to — black women, white women.” The purpose of the dating challenge, she said, was to expand a woman’s choices.
Black women are up to 50 percent more likely than their male counterparts to graduate from high school, reports the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and The Schott Foundation for Public Education.
As we all know, black women are portrayed as bitter, angry, too controlling, uneducated, and “less” beautiful.
This is a painted picture; these are the things that society imagines when they hear or see black people.