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Black women are less prettier and attractive than others! Mmmh!

Discussion in 'Mahusiano, mapenzi, urafiki' started by LoyalTzCitizen, May 19, 2011.

  1. LoyalTzCitizen

    LoyalTzCitizen JF-Expert Member

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    Duuh! hii kali, ama kweli ubaguzi unapamba moto! vipi wakuu mnakubaliana na hizi findings? maana mimi binafsi nimegoma! the most beautiful woman in the world is a black woman! Shabaash!!

    Are Black Women Less Attractive? Blogger Says So
     
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    Yeah it is true!
     
  3. Michelle

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    Somehow this is True....we are less attractive but we are so very beautiful than white women.

    attraction and beauty are two different things!!
     
  4. Dingswayo

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    'Beauty is in the eye of the beholder'. Umeshawahi kuona movie ya 'The Gods Must be Crazy'? Msikilize yule Bushman anavyomuelezea mwanamke wa kizungu! Anasema hajawahi kuona kiumbe mwenye sura mbaya kamahuyo aliyemuona!!
     
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    michelle don't undervalue your nature. Believe me the black women are beautful and attractive than white. Ni mara ngapi tunawaona wazungu mitaa ya posta wakiwa nusu uchi lakini hata hatuvutiwi nao achana na kitu black kiko juu bwana.
     
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    black woman
    ndo mwisho wa yote...
    the most beautifull and pretiest
     
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    not true, nosense, period.
     
  8. LoyalTzCitizen

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    Thats it!
     
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    Generally true. Only generally.
     
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    I will never undervalue my nature Mu-sir,but eyes can judge better...nimesema issue ya beauty,wanawake weusi kweli wako beautiful,ila kwenye attractiveness wanawake weupe wana attract kwa haraka zaidi....
     
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    Michelle i can't see Thai, Japanese, Chinese and whites beating black woman! i am sorry i might be biased but NAH!
     
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    mimi wanachoniuudhi blak women wengi ni

    inferior comlex waliyonayo mbele ya wanawake wazungu au waarabu i hate that....

    napenda wanawake weusi walio na nyodo na kujisikia wazuri kuliko wazungu na waarabu
     
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    attraction - n. 1. the action or power to attract, 2. a quality or feature that attracts
    beauty - n. a combination of qualities that delights the aesthetic sense or a modifier denoting something intended to make someone more attractive

    Michelle umemaliza yote, to be attractive and to be beautiful isn't the same, na a beautiful thing possesses both qualities while attractive doesn't
     
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    probably to others but to me they are not attractive than the black ones.
     
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    Black women hawako naturally attractive, ndio maana kwenye mashindano ya uzuri wanalazimika kujikondesha kufanana na urembo wa wembamba wa mzungu. Ndio maana wanawake weusi, hata awe na umaarufu kiasi gani, wanavaa manywele ya kizungu na kujichubua ili wavutie vutie angalau.

    Kama Beyonce.

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    Its true
     
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    Tatizo watu hawaelewi maana ya hayo maneno ndo maana ya hayo maneno na uzito wake ndo maana wamefikia hadi kulinganisha kana kwamba kuwa attractive ni zaidi ya kuwa beautiful....kwa anayeelewa atakubaliana nami kuwa kuwa beautiful ni zaidi ya kuwa attractive....sasa sijui lugha gani itawasaidia kuelewa.....mimi mtu akisema am beautiful ni zaidi ya akisema am attractive....na nimesema,Black women are BEAUTIFUL but less attractive.... which is just the best!
    Asante sana kwa ku define hayo maneno hapo juu.... utawasaidia watu wengi!!
     
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    nakataaa black women wako attractive bana wazunguu grrrrrrrr
     
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    Kwenye kila jamii (weupe, njano, weusi) Mwenyezi Mungu ameumba wenye mvuto na wasio na mvuto, wazuri na wabaya, wenye akili na wasio na akili.

    Naamini Mwenyezi Mungu alitoa zawadi hizi randomly na bila ya kupendelea. Mazingira ndiyo huongezesha madoido mengine.

    Kwa hivyo musijisifu wala kujilaani kwamba ni wazuri au wabaya.
     
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    A British-based academic was at the centre of an international race row after citing ‘research' that
    claimed black women are uglier than other races.

    The conclusions of Dr Satoshi Kanazawa have left one of the country's leading universities mired in controversy for the second time this year.

    Dr Kanazawa, a lecturer at the London School of Economics, has published findings based on a survey of white, Asian, black and native American men and women who were asked to rate each other's attractiveness based on photographs.
    Black women scored lowest, Asian highest.

    The controversial Japanese academic, an evolutionary psychologist, concluded this is because African women have higher levels of testosterone than other races and therefore have more masculine features.

    Last night the LSE responded to calls that Dr Kanazawa should consider his position by defending the academic freedom of its staff – although it admitted it had begun an internal investigation.

    Not only does Dr Kanazawa fail to provide any evidence to support his conclusion, he fails to say how many people took part in the research and does not even mention the race of the women – for example whether they are Afro-Caribbean.

    Nor does he explore the fact that the research on which he bases his conclusion was conducted in America where European ideals of beauty dominate.

    He says: ‘The only thing I can think of that might potentially explain the lower average level of physical attractiveness among black women is testosterone.

    'Africans on average have higher levels of testosterone than other races…women with higher levels of testosterone have more masculine features and are therefore less physically attractive.'

    His article, published on the U.S.-based website Psychology Today, caused international outrage.
    It is not the first time that Dr Kanazawa, 48, a lecturer within the department of management at the LSE, has been accused of peddling racist theories.

    In 2006 he published a paper suggesting the poor health of some sub-Saharan Africans is the result of low IQ, not poverty.

    Professor Paul Gilroy, a sociology lecturer at the LSE, said: ‘Kanazawa's persistent provocations raise the issue of whether he can do his job effectively in a multi-ethnic, diverse and international institution.

    If he announces that he thinks sub-Saharan Africans are less intelligent than other people, what happens when they arrive in his classroom?'

    He added: ‘The LSE risks disrepute if it fails to take a view of these problems.'
    Tokyo-born Dr Kanazawa studied in Bulgaria and gained a PhD in Sociology at the University of Arizona. He has been at the LSE since 2003 and is now on sabbatical.

    He portrays himself as the scourge of political correctness and his own website carries the slogan ‘prepare to be offended'.

    He once declared: ‘The only responsibility scientists have is to the truth. Scientists are not responsible for the potential or actual consequences of the knowledge they create.'

    In the latest blog, which Psychology Today swiftly removed after it was posted on Monday, Dr Kanazawa uses research on physical attractiveness by Add Health, a long-running U.S. study of adolescents.

    The LSE said it had begun an investigation. A spokesman said: ‘The views expressed by this academic are his own and do not in any way represent those of LSE.

    ‘The important principle of academic freedom means that authors have the right to publish their views – but it also gives others the freedom to disagree.'

    Earlier this year it was revealed the LSE had extensive links to Colonel Gaddafi.

    It accepted a £1.5million donation from the Libyan dictator's son Saif a year after he was awarded a PhD and agreed to a £2.2million contract with Libya to train its civil service.

    SOURCE: DAILY MAIL
     
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