When you think of the Black women that you meet
Is it her struggles that you see?
Do you see all that she could be?
Would you even see me for me?
Would you see her as a mother who is not financially free?
Or would you see her as a hustler whose second title is welfare Queen?
Would you see her as a woman exploring her sexuality?
Or is she a Jezebel, Ho, or THOT to be abused verbally?
Is she a provider demanding resources for her family?
Or is she a money hungry gold-digger trying to take advantage of her nigga?
Is she comfortable in her own skin and finds joy in her community?
Or is she a loud ghetto chickened who has no dignity?
Is she a divine Queen worthy of respect from every entity?
Or is she a bossy bitch who needs to be checked sometimes physically?
Does she refuse to live by the rules made up to keep her from being free?
Or is she a sapphire, rude, and crazy with no future in this reality?
Author Notes: Break the silence, while breaking the stereotypes. Co-Written By Asali DeVan Ecclesiastes