[Mother’s Day] My mother was my father too shirt, unisex long sleeve
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
For all you disrespectful black females. It’s happy father’s day to white daddy government because you did what your white daddy ordered you to do in order to get his government assistance. My mother was my father too. Remove the black man from the family and created generations of fukboys. Many have been taught by their mothers who were taught by their mom’s. Generational welfare bunnies do exist. Many black men that these women raise end up dead or incarcerated at an early age.
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The system created the destruction of the black family during Lyndon B Johnson administration in the mid 1960’s. They first started off by killing off and mass incarceration of black men and then gave the women welfare in its place. My mother was my father too. The remaining black men, they wouldn’t give jobs to in order to take away his ability to provide. It’s all systematic. Although I’m sure there are some single mothers like this not all of us are. Just like not all fathers who abandon their families are by force. Someone is making these women parents to begin with so men are helping perpetuate the cycle of poverty as well. If we all handle our business and respect one another things would improve.
Just like we are told to choose a better mate, men should choose better too and stop thinking about short term pleasures and plan for long term goals. His has nothing to do with the white man who has become the scape goat for many social ills in our community but personal accountability. Click to buy the design shirt! As a single mother of 4 who’s not on welfare, has a stellar career and is raising fantastic cultured talented children, I find your comment is a little ill informed and divisive instead of addressing a clear disparity in our community that has brought us here to begin with.
For your strong mom!
As long as we hang on to external blame and use it as a crutch, we will be doomed to keep the cycle going. At what point do we say enough and start being accountable. Or do we like the idea of acting recklessly and attaching liability to someone else? Are we saying we are that inferior? So we are saying the man that abandons his children because he’s an addict is due to white supremacy? No it’s due to his choice to use drugs. Are we saying that the man who makes babies with women and is not accountable but to the one which is housing him is due to white supremacy?
No, it’s due to his reckless sexual desires he can’t seem to control and lack of a backbone. What about the partner that cheats? Do we stay with them just to have a father in the home and constantly let that disrespect occur because white supremacy has somehow made him do this? The answer is obvious. Sorry, set accountability falls not just on women but men to and until we get some you have people saying happy Father’s Day to women and happy Mother’s Day to men.