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12 thoughts on “African Model Mari Malek’s Story Shows The Shocking Consistency With Which Dark Skin Is Devalued Around The World

  1. Black skin devalued? ok, keep think like that. it makes it easier for me to dismiss and discredit you as an intelligent and knowledgable person. you do not represent a threat.

  2. Damn she is ugly! I can't believe anyone would want to look at her model anything. Yuck!

  3. We are the first and will be last.

  4. You are the same people who change colors. Red when you're mad, green when you're sick, purple when you're bruised. It seems you have a color complex. Black is Beautiful don't forget it.

  5. Ah ya sure.. She's still ugly!!!

  6. Baba Omo says:

    Take that STUPID hairhat off from your head! You look stupid! Don't "devalue your naps"!

  7. man you are a queen damn what house nigga's say and devils they come at you that way because they still love there master.

  8. Melanin:The Chemical Key To Black Greatness

  9. People who feel terrible (and ugly) about themselves, always try to project on others 😉

  10. In the Bible, a young King Solomon was passionately in love with his bride who was jealously teased for skin "kissed by the sun." She describes herself as "black, but beautiful." I think we are foolishly threathened by the very things that make us so fascinatingly diverse. I'm appalled by some of the comments. What's ugly about this young lady? Her chisled cheekbones? Her long, graceful neck? Naturally pouty lips no plastic surgeon could realistically duplicate? What? The rich melanine of her skin will probably keep her looking young for decades! Don't we all know that each of us (no matter our "race") has a gorgeous ancestral mother somewhere in our bloodline who was just as dark and lovely as she?

  11. In the Bible, a young King Solomon was passionately in love with his bride who was jealously teased for skin "kissed by the sun." She describes herself as "black, but beautiful." I think we are foolishly threathened by the very things that make us so fascinatingly diverse. I'm appalled by some of the comments. What's ugly about this young lady? Her chisled cheekbones? Her long, graceful neck? Naturally pouty lips no plastic surgeon could realistically duplicate? What? The rich melanine of her skin will probably keep her looking young for decades! Don't we all know that each of us (no matter our "race") has a gorgeous ancestral mother somewhere in our bloodline who was just as dark and lovely as she?

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