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Healing the Relationship Between Non-White Males and Females
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Josh



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PostPosted: Thu Jul 15, 2004 7:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Trina wrote:

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What are some things that can be said and/or done by non-white males and females to help heal the overall relationship between the sexes so that we can more effectively counter Racism/White Supremacy?


One way to improve communications between non white males and females is to create agreed upon definitions for keys words you both use to *get things done* with each other.

One such word is "love".

A non white female asked me if I loved her. When I asked her for a definition of the term SHE USED; first she got mad, then she said "you know what I mean..."


It became clear after a while (1/2 hour) the she did not have the language to define the term.

At this point she saw the utility of *doing the work*; creating a definition of love that reveals truth.

Once we got this far, I tossed out two definitions of my own for her to check:

LOVE:

1. engaging in sexual intercourse with her AND ONLY HER.

2. Never lying to and/or witholding constructive information from her.



She was hesitant at accepting these definitions so I gave her an example. I told her that when I say to her "I love you", it means:

1. engaging in sexual intercourse with her AND ONLY HER.

2. Never lying to and/or witholding constructive information from her.



At that point she accepted the definition.

WHY?

I suspect because she could see the utility of how a word like that could take her where she wants to go.

She added that love is more than that.

I said, "like what"?

She said "well...ah, ah, I'll think of somethin...but I know its more than that".

I said "fine...write it down and lets compare it to the agreed upon definition we have and see if it is DO-ABLE (in a system of racism White supremacy).

It ain't much but its a start. So far we both agree to this definition of love:

1. engaging in sexual intercourse with HER AND ONLY HER.

2. Never lying to and/or witholding constructive information from HER.

Now:

Befor ya'll start lobbin questions at me to show me how flawed my definitions are ( I see you windin up over there VGOD) let me walk thru the process with this female. We will get to the compensatory definition of love.

But being as highly niggerized as we are, we may hafta go down every path, every trail, every dead end, every cul-de-sac in order to understand that without Justice; nothing has the value it should have.

stay tuned.

Josh
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Little Master



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PostPosted: Thu Jul 15, 2004 10:15 pm    Post subject: Re: Reply with quote

Josh wrote:
Trina wrote:

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What are some things that can be said and/or done by non-white males and females to help heal the overall relationship between the sexes so that we can more effectively counter Racism/White Supremacy?


One way to improve communications between non white males and females is to create agreed upon definitions for keys words you both use to *get things done* with each other.

One such word is "love".

A non white female asked me if I loved her. When I asked her for a definition of the term SHE USED; first she got mad, then she said "you know what I mean..."


It became clear after a while (1/2 hour) the she did not have the language to define the term.

At this point she saw the utility of *doing the work*; creating a definition of love that reveals truth.

Once we got this far, I tossed out two definitions of my own for her to check:

LOVE:

1. engaging in sexual intercourse with her AND ONLY HER.

2. Never lying to and/or witholding constructive information from her.



She was hesitant at accepting these definitions so I gave her an example. I told her that when I say to her "I love you", it means:

1. engaging in sexual intercourse with her AND ONLY HER.

2. Never lying to and/or witholding constructive information from her.



At that point she accepted the definition.

WHY?

I suspect because she could see the utility of how a word like that could take her where she wants to go.

She added that love is more than that.

I said, "like what"?

She said "well...ah, ah, I'll think of somethin...but I know its more than that".

I said "fine...write it down and lets compare it to the agreed upon definition we have and see if it is DO-ABLE (in a system of racism White supremacy).

It ain't much but its a start. So far we both agree to this definition of love:

1. engaging in sexual intercourse with HER AND ONLY HER.

2. Never lying to and/or witholding constructive information from HER.

Now:

Befor ya'll start lobbin questions at me to show me how flawed my definitions are ( I see you windin up over there VGOD) let me walk thru the process with this female. We will get to the compensatory definition of love.

But being as highly niggerized as we are, we may hafta go down every path, every trail, every dead end, every cul-de-sac in order to understand that without Justice; nothing has the value it should have.

stay tuned.

Josh


Greetings Josh,

Love: A psychological affection toward another person or dependence on another person that mentally establishes said person as important to the person who loves.

"In Love": A psychological affection for or dependence on another person of your sexual preference whom you are not psychologically opposed to engaging in a romantic relationship. Said person is important to whomever is "in love" with said person.

The only difference I see in being in love is that unlike the love you have for your mother, father, sister, brothers, etc. you are not psychologically opposed to being romantic with the person. This love is perceived as greater because it is Love with other positive benefits including the possible fulfillment of the instinct to procreate.

Peace.
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