Birth of A Nation’s Box Office Flop and The Unrepentant Pettiness of Black Feminists.
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The author brings up some really good points. I’m sure those who beleive at the drop of a dime that any man accused of rape is guilty, no matter what, are outraged by this.

The accusation against Parker was so flawed, I can see why a jury of mostly whites acquitted him. It was obvious that she lied about several key facts.

I initially didn’t go see the film because of the rape allegations, but after reading more about the case, and reading some of the transcripts of the proceedings, I think he was most likely not guilty. I plan on seeing the film ASAP.

It wouldn’t hurt so-called “Black Feminists” to look at themselves critically. Your shit stinks too. Beleive it or not, them roses really smell like boo-boo. If it never occurred to you that Parker may acutally be innocent of the charges against him, and conclude that even though a jury acquitted him, you’ve got the answer — she was right about your petty ass.

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