Bitches Be Tripping-The White Girl Edition: Starring Tess “Moby Dick” Holliday and Stephanie “Safe Space” Clattenburg

I read two unrelated stories today, had two Coronas, and suddenly, magic happened. Like when a Buddhist monk suddenly attains oneness with everything, I obtained awareness of certain higher truths that exist transcend matter and spirit. Like the Tao, this truth cannot be fully explained to those lacking in awareness, just as one cannot describe color to a blind man. The best I can explain it is this:

(White) Bitches Be Trippin.

Story #1 – Tess Holliday

I’ll forego the long and sorry story of Tess Holliday and summarize: She is a big, fat, tattooed female and Instagram “model.” So far, no evidence exists that she sells sex for money like 98% of the other Instagram models. But the truth is out there.

Anyway, here’s the money quote from this beer keg shaped bitc..WOMAN:

According to The Guardian, a middle-aged African American man ‘said something appreciative’ when he walked by Tess, prompting her to ask: ‘What do guys think they’ll achieve by yelling something? They’re like: “She’ll love this, I’ll definitely get her number.”’

The article went on to say that with ‘some satisfaction’ Tess added: ‘I do admit that black men love me. I always forget that, and then I come to a black neighborhood and I remember.’

 

Which leads me to my first point: Black men, white women take your attraction for granted. They think your interest is a given, doesn’t matter if she’s 130 pounds or 300 pounds.

 

The incident in question occurred when I was on the street, feeling rather exposed in my underwear for the shoot, and an older black man cat called me as I was walking behind the team. I replayed the incident to the team once we were set up for the next shot, and jokingly said some semblance of what appeared in print. It was in relation to being cat called by black men significantly more than by white, but perhaps my tone and wording didn’t convey this clearly. It was also meant to play into the idea that black men like bigger women, but the humour of that doesn’t come through. To further add context, the team included two talented black women – so it was clearly not something intended to cause offence.

 

Woman attempts humor. Fails miserably. Film at 11. More importantly, surprise, surprise, what comes out of her mouth is not her fault. You see, the evil black man made her do it, just like those evil black men back in the 1920s and 30s would lead the pure, virginal white women to lives of sin and degradation with their jazz music and marihuana. There’s no way Tess could have laughed it off, ignored it, gone on about her business. Nope, she proceeds to call black men “thirsty.” And what’s worse is, she’s right. There is probably a gang of black men on Thirstagram who would gladly step over this land whale’s hipster boyfriend, peel back those ham curtains and try to fuck Tess. The issue here is not the “cat calling”/”street harassment” fantasy that most of these substandard feminists have. It’s not even the fact that a white person said “black people are like [fill in the blank].” The problem is, she uttered a disturbing fact, that black men do love her. And for that, black men need to hang their heads in shame. Black men need to stand up, and with a loud clear voice say, “not even with a stolen dick.”

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3118563/Size-22-model-Tess-Holliday-forced-issue-apology-coming-fire-stating-interview-black-men-love-me.html

Story #2-Stephanie Clattenburg

The star of this story, a videographer/camerawoman for the CBC, got hurt in her little hugbox when Snoop Dogg pointed out that she was “thick.” No, I’m not kidding at all. Here’s the interview. Her argument, at its base is, my feelings were hurt. “I felt embarrassed. I felt belittled. What is a compliment? It’s not exactly what he said, but how he said it. There was a bit of a power play. He wanted to embarrass me and he did. I turned beet red.”

What’s hilarious about this thing is, the chick is about burst into tears for a good 2 minutes. Appreciate this insanity. A famous black man, standing in front of her, calls her thick, and she damn near has a nervous breakdown. And she’s not even a good looking woman. Chopped hair, half-sleeve tat, emaciated, empty, flat eyes. Don’t worry Stephanie. I will never notice or compliment your body.

“Look at the shitter on that critter.” That’s my nigga Snoop Dogg, always got those fresh rhymes and verses for yo bitch ass.

Here’s the interview https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RkKp_-Xoa1s

The Intersection

So how do I tie all of this together? A crazy fat white woman and a crazy skinny white woman? The answer is black men. Here we have two major and competing ways that white women in the Anglosphere think of black men: On the one side, we have Ham Beast Tess, who takes black men’s sexual attraction as just a fact of life, a given, despite how badly she’s shaped. She knows that even if her hipster boyfriend falls off, she can always run out and pick up a black man who “likes’em thick.”

On the flip side of the coin, there’s Women’s Studies Exemplar Stephanie, who takes her lack of attraction to a black man’s sexual advances as an excuse to retreat to the padded cell. Stephanie has likely internalized the Feminist articles of faith, “1 in 3/4/5/42 women will be raped/sexually assaulted/have their feelings hurt at some point their lives,” “wage gap”, “patriarchy”, and “rape culture” and sees overt sexual interest from a man she’s not attracted to as the calm before the rape…I mean storm. And black men, who are advertised as being more forward with their sexual interests than men of other races, caused her Feminist programming to go haywire.

Black men, keep on watch for these two types of white women. The Tess Ham Beast who has no respect for you, and the Stephanie Feminazi who will either run off into the night crying, or fall to the floor screaming that you raped her with your words.

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