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Why do black threads always get ignored by even blacks?
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Posted on Thu, Feb 25, 2010 17:49

I have been on a few forums none never about dating this is my first the rest all of them were about christianity or religion  and even then not just here but everyother site Ive been on and have posted on I am sad to announce that the black threads always gets ignored wether male or female post them.The only typical type of response they get are mostly negative one. Not only do other races ignore them but black people them selves we ignore our own post. Why is that? Our post will just sit there for months and months on end without anyone ever even making a comment just to say they like the post or for that matter dont like the post Why is it that, if theres no other races posting on threads that even black people are not interested in the post either? And what ive seen is the same ole pattern that black people stop posting in the "black section all together" Ive seen blacks make up a speacial place for us called the "Rnb" section on a christian site and all the blacks levitated to that part many many joined but only a few posted and even fewer answered untill eventually it died out all together.  I guess you've noticed to by now that even when we answer post of other races  post they are mostly ignored. It is the same way in christian chat  there is really no difference. Which leaves me asking are they really christians because the world does the same thing. Does any one think there is a message in this type of ignore? If so do you take it personally? Well you probably should even learn and grow from it and decide to either grow better or get bitter. Is it the end of the world once we find out others would really just like for some of us to just go away? it hardly is. Personally the only time Ive seen blacks not loose interest is on those sites where it is actually a black site of course other races come in them but for the most part it is the only time a blacks can attract a true audience.  So is it racism ,Or  a communication gaP, something else or is it just plain ole "it is what it is"?

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Posted on Wed, Apr 18, 2012 00:54

i find that "black issues" are really just "human issues" & we would ALL be a lot wiser to remember that.



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Posted on Tue, Apr 10, 2012 16:49

There is an issue among black people. I've heard black people say horrible things about other black people. There is a lack of support among the race.-- and yes, I am a black woman.



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Posted on Sun, Apr 08, 2012 16:12

Not racism, just preferences!



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Posted on Fri, Feb 26, 2010 04:28

IMO, I don't think the ignore is about racism, or a communication gap. There could be many reasons why blacks and other 'races' of people don't respond to "black issues". Some people just don't care, they are really more concerned about themselves and their interests, rather than the concept of human solidarity. They won't comment on something they're not interested in. I don't take it personally, some people lack the experience to comment on a "black issue" or just don't want to sound stupid/racist, or have other things going on in their lives that take up their time to post a response. I don't know. You may be trying to enter into the human psyche (what makes people do the things that they do) with this question. You and I both know that humans are simply complicated.



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