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Black Women: Does being a Booty Shaker or Video Vixen Equal Self-Respect?

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I just finished listening to a youtube video where Karinne Stephens, better known as "Superhead" (Felacio Queen to the hip hop stars) is plugging her book "Video Vixen Diaries". For those of you who have no idea who I'm talking about (smh) , she's one of hip hop and R&B's video girls, turned whore (IMO), turned author who shouted out every famous black man she's (ahem...) given head to. It seems as though sista girl wants to branch out and write a relationship book, as well as a (GET THIS) book for TEENAGED GIRLS! What? My questions today are whether it's possible to be someone like Superhead, have self- confidence, high self-esteem , self-respect, no insecurities. I also want to explore how the media prays on the weaknesses of our young black women. Let's Talk It Out... MissImerica

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