What value does a Black woman have? Is she little more than a “thing” a man chooses to cater to his ego and sense of masculinity and his sexual desires? What makes a Black woman have merit and worth? Is her value dependent upon her number of past lovers, the size of her behind or how to make it clap? Is she only to be judged based on her ability to cook, clean, or her propensity to allow men to lie, cheat and be emotionally immature without complaint? Is the Black woman a really a slut, a wh0re, and a bitch, is she nothing more than a gold-digger and manipulator? How have we gone from demanding respect for ourselves to placing our value as women in our ability to fuck?
Join with me as I discuss the true value of a Black woman, where we’ve gone wrong, and how to heal our misperceptions. This show is required listening for all Black men and women. Celebrate the Black woman, rejoice in the divine feminine, and restore the Black woman to her true place as Queen and Goddess. Joining me for this discussion will be Jawanza Amennun, a yogi, activist, erotic artist, musician, esoteric poet, and emotional healer. The self-proclaimed “Unapologetic Goddess Worshipper” will be enlightening us with his thoughts, perceptions, and poetry, on how to create a larger community of men-of-good-will-towards-women, and so much more.