“Dark Girls,” A Documentary About Dark Skin Prejudice and How It Affects Dark–Skinned Black Women” was directed by African American actor, director, producer and writer Bill Duke (aka Juice) and D. Channsin Berry is set to premiere in October 2011 at the International Black Film Festival in Nashville. After watching the clip, I was intrigued and compelled to repost it here. I am UBER excited and cannot WAIT to add this to my collection.
Now in conclusion, I’d also like to take a quick moment to post three pictures of the most beautiful dark-skinned women in the world (in my opinion) after the jump. Personally, I have a fascination with dark-skin and even (if I dare say so myself) prefer my men dark skinned. With that being said, isn’t this the same philosophy but reversed? And if so, why is it not viewed as negative also? When men say they prefer light skinned women, they are shunned but if they say they love dark skinned sistas, they’re celebrated. I’ll tell you what I believe the difference is: its the negative undertones when making the comparisons. I can say I love dark skinned men without tearing down light skinned men & calling them names. However, when someone says they prefer light skinned, they tend to back it up with insults towards the opposite. Why? Feel free to sound off in the comments. Thanks for reading! Click the jump below for the video clip, pics, links and more…
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