Monday, January 08, 2007

Becca Manns Picks Up Where Texas High School Cheerleaders Leave Off - Litterally

Not to be out-done in the young-white-girl-gets-naked-has-picts-taken-which-are-on-Internet storyline is Becca Manns. Becca Manns is the University of Louisville Cheerleader who had her sexy pics spread all over the Internet. Some say it was the fault of a jealous boyfriend, but whatever the reason Manns was kicked out of college entirely and her parents are fighting to get her back in. This is far worse than anything Britney Spears has done, but given the buzz on this, she may start later on.

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I've got to wonder why it is that the woman of focus is always white and blonde? Why? I mean it's not as if there aren't Black women out there shakin it for the camera, right? But the ones that are always mentioned are blonde. That's weird. It can be this or some teacher-sex scandal, but the one constant is the woman is a hot blonde.

I don't think that's the fault of hot blondes, but rather a kind of racial and sexual discrmination commonly practiced. But what seems to make this just fine with the people in charge is how many women-of-color are going to step-up and claim equal time with horny white chicks?

I am waiting for the one who does. It could happen with the right backing. Meanwhile, Ms. Manns should consider the sex industry.


  1. Anonymous3:53 PM

    Shame on you Zennie. First and foremost this girl was an athelete who now is off her team, out of school (I think if you do your research you will find that she was NOT kicked out of college and she left the team to protect herself from the multitude of perverts in the world). Taking those photos was the horrible decision of a teenage girl who now will never be able to teach, coach, go into politics.....And excuse me but I believe if you ask Vanessa Williams about this, it isn't something that only happens to "white and blonde". Maybe it is the media's attraction to the current flavor of the week but, jeez Zennie, are you saying that you want women of color to ruin their careers, or be murdered in Aruba or rape children? Get a grip! You can work to change the racial and sexual discrimination by ignoring things like self photos of girls way too young for you.

  2. You miss the point of this. But I'll remind you. First, there's simply an inordinate number of blondes that are the focus of the media in matters like this. Second, and because of the first point, it's part of the Zeitgeist.

    I can't ignore it. And believe me I did for a long time, but it's stupid to do so. So, off came the chains. Third, there are always exceptions to the rule, so Vanessa Williams -- who had natural blue eyes, even though she's Black -- counts barely as that because many Black would say she could pass as White.

    Sorry for the candor, but I personally believe we're pushing social problems and issues under the rug by ignoring them. One of the main issues is the pornification of America. You've got to admit it's rampant.

    I personally think this dynamic causes America to deal with some major contradictions. Like how progressive it thinks European society is, and yet Europe has less hang ups about these issues by far.

  3. Anonymous1:41 PM

    That aint nothing

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    and those are the TAME ones

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