Why Angry White Men Love Calling People “Cucks” | GQ — Adventures and Musings of an Arch Druidess


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My Personal Experience in these United States as a Black Woman

As an African-American racism, discrimination and bigotry for me is a way of life. The sume total of my experience as an African-American College Educated, Christian US Army Veteran. Especially at my job. In the 8 years I’ve worked there I’ve been physically attacked by a white male employee (he got fired when he threatened to kill another white male staff person), propositioned and accused of being of either being a whore or a drug dealer by visitors to the museum and sometimes white male staff, propositioned by a white male supervisor who thank God retired a couple of years ago (he was protected), there was another while male guard who threatened to kill all the Blacks, Hispanics and Muslims at work (he finally was fired this year) and yesterday a white male supervisor who told another employee that all Blacks who wear their hair loced must be on drugs. I wore my hair loced for several years and at No time have I even been on or taken any illegal drugs nor am I a drug dealer. However because of my skin color I have already been judged, tried and convicted.

Since we will have a Republican President, Congress, Senate and Supreme Court there will be no where for People of Color or Non-Christians to turn to when we are attacked. Yes it is going to be a long 4 to 8 years because this nutcase might very well be re-elected.

God Save America from itself!!

10 thoughts on “Why Angry White Men Love Calling People “Cucks” | GQ — Adventures and Musings of an Arch Druidess

    1. Thanks but real thanks goes to the owner of the original post. Please visit her site when you can. Her posts are very timely and on point. Click the link for further information. Have a Blessed day and week my friend.

  1. I’ve never been prejudiced before and I see no reason to start now. Besides, I’ve never even heard the word ‘cucks’ before. [what does it mean?]

      1. It was a new term to me also. Given what’s going on in this country I’m rethinking my travel plans for Thanksgiving. It might not be safe to leave New York. May be better to stay home for the holiday. Scary.

      2. My brother Stephen and I might still go to New Jersey for Thanksgiving. I’m still afraid but we want to see our cousins for the Thanksgiving Holiday. Will pray for God for protection.

        My experience as a Black person in America has sadly been filled with a history of being attacked and harassed because of my skin color and gender so for me the fear is real.

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