It is an indisputable fact that the U.S. media treats the white female as though her value is unsurpassed. A story of a white female harmed or injured or simply mistreated receives an inordinate amount of airtime. From the disappearance of the white trollip in Aruba to runaway brides to Rosie O'Donnell; the U.S. media bombards us with coverage.
Let a Nubian sister be the news maker, and the story is quickly relegated to BET or Jet magazine.
And now, yet another instance of the white female being given unmitigated press/media coverage.
For those that watched the USC-Michigan Rose Bowl, one of the larger stories after the Black Trojans of USC disembowled the Dark Wolverines of Michigan, was the young USC cheerleader and her unfortunately high riding undergarment.
A young, WHITE female USC cheerleader's buttocks were exposed in all their orbital glory. The onion shaped booty, free of the obstruction of the expected fabric overture, bouncing and rippling in a glorious display of athleticism and rhythmic undulation. Now, certainly as a Negro man, this tantalizing display of white gluteal magnificence was appreciated. And, in the future, encouraged. But, despite this obvious effort to distract the Negro viewer from the objectification of the Negro athletes, one can not help feel that if the cheerleader were a Nubian sister the story would have been buried and ignored.
Do you mean to tell me that not one pair of Nubian buttocks have escaped the imprisonment of the white man's cheerleader uniform and been exposed for all the world to see? This is not remotely believeable. Have you seen the size of the typical Nubian cheerleader buttock? Do you know what a hottentot is? And not one instance of this happening?
Brothers and sisters, we have again been subjected to the media bias that is always evident in stories involving white women. The media has once again perpetrated the injustice of flaunting the white female on the front page and relegating the Nubian sister to the back of the bus.
As Negro men, we encourage the media to occassionally tantalize us with the delectable hind offerings of the white female. But, again as Negro men, we ask: Can we get some black ass? Cut a brother a break!