Maybe black girls and women are difficult because of black men’s:
1) Lack of care, respect and concern for our physical, mental and emotional well-being (physical, verbal and sexual abuse).
2) Lack of consideration for our communities, urinating in hallways, disposing of empty 40-ounce bottles of beer on the street, loitering and being a general nuisance to the rest of the neighbors.
3) Lack of concern for the lives of black children, fathering children and abandoning them, selling drugs to our children, allowing others to come into our neighborhoods and sell alcohol and cigarettes to our children.
4) Lack of appreciation for our strive for excellence – black men respond with jealousy and envy when we become educated and dramatically increase our salaries.
5) Lack of appreciation for our physical beauty, though this is nothing new – black men have always preferred white women over us.
6) Lack of appreciation for the way we’ve loved and defended black men, fought every struggle with you, from slavery to the present, and took up the slack financially. We didn’t have the luxury of staying at home with our children; we were busy taking care of white folks’ children so we could earn a living and keep food on the table.