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I Just Want to Love You Black Woman

Respectable Words of Why Black Men Love Black Women
Narrated by: Paul Richardson
Length: 15 mins
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Black women are loved by men, but not enough. There are many black women who feel men are not supporting them, as they would like. When it comes to raising black children, black men have relegated most of the work to black mothers, and a change must come for the survival of the black family. A black woman can easily get a man to have sex with her, but find it hard to find a man to respect her. This book is a poetic expression of why men will always love black women, and willing to change so that black women can feel more like queens. Moreover, black women struggle enormously in America, and the more they overcome, family courts, degenerate schools, employment, or their relationships seem to pull them under again. I Just Want to Love You Black Woman is a book from author Raymond Sturgis that helps black women understand the pressure of being black, a woman, mother, and lover. It also helps black women to wisely make better decisions when dating and committing their bodies for sexual intercourse. Moreover, this books was written to inspire young black women of the world that has been sexually abused, molested, introduced to drugs, or coping with dysfunction in their families. I Just Want to Love You Black Woman is dedicated to all black women from men who honor and respect their perseverance to remain queens when circumstances try to devalue their royalty.

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very positive, thoughtful and uplifting...ty! 😊😘

I loved it. it was very nice and a good example of how black men should and need to love black women. 😊