Sometimes I realize I've almost placed the African woman on a pedestal. I mean to me the black woman is almost like a goddess. Something almost unreachable. Like God's most perfect creation. And this makes it difficult sometimes. I know, it sounds a bit silly, but thats the way it is.
This is a classic picture in my life. Merlene Ottey, Marie-José Pérec and Mary Onyali. I was fixed to the TV back in the days, everytime the women's sprinters were running. And my favorite was Nigeria's Mary Onyali (right). Oooh I guess I had a secret crush on her back in early 90's.
What is the truth behind the Beauty of the Black woman? People keep asking me - what is it about black women you adore? What is so special about black women?
And my standing answer is I really don't know why? Or more right: I can't really explain why or how. It is something that goes really deep inside me - my mind, my soul, my thoughts. It is something that can't be changed. Something I'm born with. And I love it.
To me the black woman will allways be the true definition of beauty.
I guess I will come back for a more deep answer - the day I can explain it better.
For me Dis 'n Dat and their album "Bumpin'" is the synonym for the time when I first realized the beauty of the black woman. This was back in year of 1994 and I started to feel some sort of fascination about the black woman. When I had their album in my hand for the first time I was experience something not describle that has continued ever since.
I've lately realized that I think 95% of all black women - are beautiful! Interesting thought, that even me myself can understand! I mean, would a guy that likes white women say the same thing? Just curious. Or am I being too addicted?