Black Women : Sisters, is this true or a myth...?

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  1. John Williams

    John Williams Banned MEMBER

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    Peace dear Sisters,

    I just wanted to ask is it true that women can appreciate the physical beauty of another female, or is that a myth?

    Peace & Blessings to you,
    Bro. Williams
     
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    I will answer your question with a question... Is it true that men can appreciate the physical beauty of another male, or is that a myth?:lol:
     
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    anyone can appreciate the physical beauty of anything - be it a flower - an eagle - a painting - a nice piece of jewelry - or another human being
     
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  4. John Williams

    John Williams Banned MEMBER

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    Well, "appreciate" wouldn't be the right word for what can happen between two men...I think a man can recognize sometimes if women would find another man attractive. But "appreciate," no-no.
     
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    John Williams Banned MEMBER

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    That's not true, my beloved Sister.

    As a man, I can not appreciate another man's physical beauty.
     
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    you cant or you dont chose to cause you think theres somethin a bit gay about that - i can appreciate another womens beauty - dont mean i wanna go and leap on her or anything - her beauty has nothing sexual in it for me as another woman - just same as if i see a beautiful looking horse dont mean im about to get down to no bestiality - not everythins about sex
     
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    John Williams Banned MEMBER

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    Lol, no Ma'am, I'm not being sexual either. I cannot appreciate the physical beauty of another man. If women can appreciate the physical beauty of another woman (even being non-sexual,) men and women are just different in that way.
     
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    I can appreciate the physical beauty of Black women. We're beautiful. If a woman looks like she is fit and takes care of herself, I can appreciate that.
     
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    All human beings can identify beauty.
    Males are just conditioned to think otherwise. That's why they tend to have such an issue with homosexuality.
     
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    This was pure comedy!
    How is someone going to use a term to pose a question to others, and then claim when it is posed in return, that it:

    "wouldn't be the right word"

    Say what?
    Chuckles hard!
     
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