Thursday, December 06, 2007

Love this HOUSE



LOOK AT ALL THOSE RECORDS!!!!

ALL BEDROOMS SHOULD BE ACCENTED WITH HUGE MIRRORS :)...love this!



Now randomly place multiple stacks of hard-back books with the jackets removed (but of course),fresh fruits, and nude portraits of black women throughout....heaven on earth.

Wednesday, December 05, 2007

full woman, fleshly apple


Full woman, fleshly apple, hot moon,
thick smell of seaweed, crushed mud and light,
what obscure brilliance opens between your columns?
What ancient night does a man touch with his senses?

Loving is a journey with water and with stars,
with smothered air and abrupt storms of flour:
loving is a clash of lightning-bolts
and two bodies defeated by a single drop of honey.

Kiss by kiss I move across your small infinity,
your borders, your rivers, your tiny villages,
and the genital fire transformed into delight

runs through the narrow pathways of the blood
until it plunges down, like a dark carnation,
until it is and is no more than a flash in the night.

SONNET XII
by Pablo Neruda

Monday, December 03, 2007

Silence: In Search of Black Female Sexuality in America

"In the Manichaean world of black sexuality in America, Mya B points out that there are two stops for the black female:Jemima and Jezebel, one undersexed, the other oversexed."



Promotional Synopsis

This 74-minute documentary explores the reasons for sexual silence in the black community with historical facts and testimonies that dates back to slavery and the myths that were created about black women from slavery, the Jim Crow era, and up to now.

In this documentary, fifteen black women in Chicago from all ages, backgrounds, and professions speak for the very first time about their sexual wants, needs, and desires, aiming to clarify these sexual misconceptions and reveal the truth about their sexuality "in their own words."

In the age of misogynist hip hop, as black women are portrayed as "freaks," Mya B sets to destroy the present sexual myths about black women. Among those interviewed, Little X and Nzingha Stewart, two well-known black music industry and the societal impact of the "video hoe" images.

Mixed with melancholic music, film clips, and hard-hitting interviews from every-day people, professors, and music video directors. This film takes us on a journey into American history, unveiling the hidden skeletons that lie deep in the bedrooms of many slave owners.