Colorism & Black Erasure Does Not Affect Dark Skinned Black Men

Does colorism and Black erasure affect dark skinned Black men, and if so, does it affect Black men in the same way that it affects Black women?

Join me on Patreon

Please support the website & don’t forget to subscribe

Would you like to make a donation to the running of the website?


You can change the amount to whatever you wish

Select Payment Method
Personal Info

Credit Card Info
This is a secure SSL encrypted payment.

Donation Total: $5.00

Click the texts in red to view these additional videos:

Find out why I’m no longer on YouTube
This is why you should join my Patreon.
What is Blackfishing?
White man pretending to be a Black man.
Turning straight hair into curly afro hair.
Black women prefer dark skinned Black men.
What is the real definition of a preference?
Is light skinned privilege real, and who benefits from it?
The skin bleaching story – From Black to white.
A conversation with a self hating Black man.
Why do some dark skinned men hate light skinned men and dark skinned women?
Watch my public livestreams.
Check out my private livestreams.

If You liked this please remember to share & leave a comment. Join in the conversation.

This website relies on the generosity & kindness of our subscribers & visitors. If you’d like to help us to keep creating hard hitting uncensored content without fear of being silenced, then please consider making a donation or join our Patreon for exclusive live-streams & IKYG family events. Thank you.

I decided to address this topic, as I’ve had quite a few Black men tell me that colorism is a woman’s problem and it doesn’t affect Black men, so therefore Black women should leave Black men out of it.