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afroerotiK:  mind/soul/body in healthy positivity...

site:

http://afroerotik.com/

blog:

http://afroerotik.blogspot.com/?zx=54837cc89fbd04ff

from a sister who

won't let the growth of a people be blunted, by others...or themselves....

is trying to illuminate the dark corners AND the wonderful beauty of life because

knowledge is power and ignorance is poverty

says:  "... AfroerotiK is reaching out to the Black community in a way that is mature, not vulgar, and that will facilitate a much-needed conversation about sex and sexuality.  The vast majority of people are having sex, most are looking for ways to have better sex, and all of them are deserving of having a portal that celebrates them in a way that isn’t cliché, stereotypical, or degrading.  AfroerotiK is that voice of maturity who speaks to the needs of our people in a way that is unique and has substance and artistry.  AfroerotiK is NOT a porn site, it is a site about TRUE Black erotica and should be the centerpiece around how we form conversations about sexuality going forward..." 

remix:

The revolution has to be televised or most Black people will miss it.

The revolution has to be televised in High Definition with a slamming soundtrack or it will be completely missed. 

The revolution must be on BET, right after Comic View and right before yet another tired re-run of Girlfriends for anyone to take notice.

The revolution will be a pay per view event with watered down politically correct messages or Black folks will not have a clue the revolution has begun.

The revolution

has

to be televised 

thought of the day:

Black people today have such an apathy and complacent nature, we've become so accepting of degrading images of us, even DEFENDING and celebrating them, that it's impossible to start a revolution. Black people are too busy rationalizing their dysfunction to have a revolution. Revolution for what? No one wants anything to change! There's no doubt in my mind that we've de-evolved as a people since the days of the civil rights movement. There is no more thirst for knowledge; there is no commitment to integrity.

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Comment by VERSION on December 8, 2012 at 11:57am

note:  I neither write nor run the site, I merely support and am spreading its' message...


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