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Losing my virginity at 17 to my Black American tutor (who to me was White because of his egg-nog colored complexion) took an entire month.
Imagine having your upper lip pulled up over your entire head—that’s how it feels for a ‘cut girl’ when she first has sex, you literally pass out.
Kola Boof has said that the deceased terrorist often talked about flying to America to meet the singer Osama bin Laden, former leader of the terrorist group al-Qaeda, was a huge admirer of Whitney Houston and had openly said that he wished to marry her, a former friend has claimed.
Kola Boof, a poet and activist, who according to showbiz news site WENN, reportedly lived with bin Laden for several months on a Moroccan estate in 1996, said that the terrorist often spoke of his desire to go to the US and meet Houston.
An older woman with big bare tits wouldn’t be having this genital cutting experience—a small child would.
Certainly, I have no problem with the charcoal skin (what East Africans refer to as “Biblical Days Black”—the color of our original Cushitic mother).
Before I talk about what it’s like to actually live with a ‘cut vagina’ and my conflicting feelings around the whole controversy, let me quickly rehash what happened to cause this brouhaha—a Male Mixed Race Swede artist named Makode Linde (the term ‘mixed race Swede’ being shorthand for White to those of us who come from Africa) engaged in performance art in which he depicted the image of a Charcoal-skinned woman served up at a party as a living edible cake.
On one occasion in the back of his car, we got ‘stuck’ like dogs and had to be “wet” by fire hose to get us apart. Each attempt was excruciatingly painful for me, but like any teenaged girl I was determined to prove that I loved my man.
Later, in my twenties traveling the world as a model and actress, I learned the value of having “pinhole pussy”—I could manipulate men with it.
Like so many new age Racists of Color, Makode Linde thought this display and all reaction to it would be confined to the upper class and their few ethnic puppets—kept in town, like most of his other art works.
Following the controversy, Linde stated, “I didn’t intend for anyone to feel embarrassed.