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Who's a known black women you respect?

Matt85 · 36-40, M
All of them
NashTheStash · 26-30, M
Tina Turner, Venus Williams, Michelle Obama, Aretha Franklin, Maya Angelou,
Laverne Cox, Nina Simone, Pam Grier….so many more
Longpatrol · 31-35, M
Gina Torres, she always commands the screen when she appears in the scene. Only reason I liked the show Suits
HairbrushDiva · 31-35, F
No such question. No such phrase as "a women".
Birdman666 · 26-30
@HairbrushDiva I know a woman when I see one
HairbrushDiva · 31-35, F
@Birdman666 Yes, it is perfectly normal to know a [b]woman[/b] (singular), but the word [b]women[/b] is [b]plural[/b] and cannot follow the singular [b]a[/b]. Please don't treat those two words as if they are interchangeable when it is obvious they are not.
Harmonium1923 · 51-55, M
Condoleezza Rice.
Stacey Abrams.
Dino11 · M
Mrs. Obama for one
DearAmbellina2113 · 41-45, F
Michelle Obama
Besides members of my family, Michelle Obama, Barbara Lee, Alice Walker
DownTheStreet · 51-55, M
Candace Owens (bring on the haters…)
@DownTheStreet I understand the kind of people who like her, even while I disagree. We had Ward Connerly, who was popular with the same sort of folks. 🤨
BohemianBoo · 18-21, M
@DownTheStreet Trolling?
ApotheGee · 36-40, M
basilfawlty89 · 31-35, M
Lucy Parsons and Harriet Tubman.
@basilfawlty89 Lucy Parsons has an asterisk for some in our community because she chose to "pass". For others, she was a product or her times.
[quote] While historians cite her Black background, she herself did not claim this as part of her identity publicly. She spoke about Black Americans in a sympathetic, ambiguous manner, not acknowledging herself as belonging to that community.[6] She instead acknowledged her Mexican and Native American heritage.[/quote]

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