I Would Never Expect An Intellectual to Look Like This True and Recent Picture of the Busty Brown Skinned Beauty who Authors This Blog


Our own identities don’t filter our input of information from the world. After being subjected to the same sexism and racism as everyone else I developed sexist and racist attitudes that you’d think my own gender and ethnicity would prevent me from developing. But my identity does not form a protective filter, so I am left thinking bad things about people who look like me, and very much not wanting to believe those things but without a replacement belief system what can I think? That’s why I end up surprising myself with my abilities. I have never heard anyone else acknowledge this de facto self-belittling, but I bet I am not the only one to be surprised that someone who looks like me can write so well.

Sexy View of hidden, forbidden Hawaii since 2001

Just showing my picture with my writing sends a message. The writing is good, if I do say so myself. I will admit that I would not expect a person who looks like this woman to have written my words, but she did–I did. No, I would expect something waaaay simpler from this woman. And if I am surprised to find such intelligence from the woman in the picture, imagine how other people might also be jolted into realizing their own biases. Cognitive dissonance is merely a situation involving conflicting beliefs. The clashing beliefs about this busty brown skinned belle and her artfully arranged words is more than dissonant, it is a cacophony. If other people grew up like me, then others can benefit from this lesson that people don’t always look the part. Isn’t it funny that your own prejudices can affect your opinion of yourself and you can…

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Caroleena, ivy league educated X-Hooker in Honolulu, respectfully presents social commentary/wisdom based on experiences with humor for everyday people

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