Hello everyone. The Unleashed One here. I had another post in mind, but I woke up feeling weighted. As I write this, I'm unsure of how, when, or even why this came to the surface. I do hope that by the end of this, I'll feel lighter ... or start to have clarity on why this bubbled up in the first place.
I am conflicted when it comes to the phrase "Protect Black Women". It's as if the phrase is everywhere and on the lips of everyone.
It presents as something an individual is supposed to say in order to give the appearance of care. It's a catchphrase designed to trend and to produce a certain level of popularity to those who yield it.
I am not saying I don't agree with the sentiment, just the inconsistencies with the energy and the frequency of the intention.
If we are to be truthful, Protect Black Women comes with conditions ... conditions that are impossible to meet unless you're unflawed.
I was ugly.
I was fat.