The primary goal was to identify the relevance of these perceptions on their understandings about dating preferences and related beliefs about appropriate scripts using a Black feminist thought framework. Twenty- eight self- identified Black women attending a large university in the southeastern United States were interviewed for this study. Lighter- skin was perceived as being more attractive, and associated with four themes about dating: a positive personality traits, b increased value in dating contexts, and c sexual appeal to men. Therapeutic considerations for addressing skin color concerns with Black female clients, including addressing within group differences and validation of skin color values, are addressed. These directly affect their self-esteem, self-identity, and interpersonal relationship dynamics, issues that commonly arise in therapeutic situations with Black female clients. Numerous narratives have suggested that this is due to historical stereotyping of darker skin Black women as hypersexual, hostile, and emasculating partners Durik et al. These skin color beliefs influence dating partnership preferences. This study contributes to the existing research on Black skin color by first identifying how a group of college aged Black women gave meaning to their own skin color through the development of symbolic social meanings. Finally, we discuss the implications of this phenomenon for therapists and clinicians working with college aged Black women.
‘Deformation not transformation’
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The danger of cosmetics
By Lisa Ryan For Dailymail. Have you ever wondered why your genitals are darker than the rest of your body? Regardless of race, a person's penis and nipples, areolas and labia are naturally a shade or two deeper in color than their skin. And the reason? Darkening occurs during puberty, experts told Daily Mail Online. As sex hormones surge through the body they stimulate the production of melanin - the amino acid responsible for hair and skin color. The result is for the skin on a man's penis and nipples and a woman's areolas and labia, to darken. While the process is a natural one, experts warn, any further darkening in adulthood could be a sign of the chronic illness, diabetes.
Y ou already know black American women are paid considerably less than white men; that young black men are five times more likely to be incarcerated as white youth; and that black children are suspended from school at a much higher rate than white children. This is how racism works. This means that darker skinned black people have to fight prejudice even within their own community, where lighter skin is seen as more desirable. As such, darker skinned black people can experience both racism and colorism. For one week, Guardian US will explore this little-explored topic through the lens of 27 black women — writers, illustrators, photographers, activists, artists and mothers. The series is called Shades of Black. This subject remains taboo, as colorism is the result of centuries of white supremacy in America, where lightness of skin has associations with wealth and power.