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Top definition. Redbone unknown. Okay this is the real, real deal folks. Redbone , the correct terminology, is a black person who has red undertones in their hair and skin. Usually light or light caramel but not always. They just have reddish hair and skin. Each culture has their own term for this look. In Cuba its: 'Haba' or 'mulatto'. Usually light light complexion. You can call a guy "redbone" too but its been used so much to describe light skinned women that it wouldn't be used quite right in everyday vernacular, although technically you'd be right.
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The Root — I find light-skinned guys attractive. I said it. The fact that some people will somehow construe my statement as being derogatory or wrought with self-hatred, quite frankly, pisses me off. Especially considering the fact that my husband happens to be a light-skinned, curly-haired African-American brother. Our baby boy looks just like him. Why should I or anyone, for that matter have to defend myself for feeling that a light-skinned man is and can be just as beautiful as, say, chocolate hotties Idris Elba and Morris Chestnut? Don't get me wrong; I'll always be ticked off about how he allegedly treated our beloved Halle Berry in their marriage. However, those feelings aside, I find it disconcerting that some black folks feel the need to automatically label his song as promoting light-skin preference and superiority. I'm sure many of those same people weren't waging any online player-hating campaigns in when he released the song "Chocolate Legs," a melodic paean in which Benet literally sings the praises of a darker-hued muse. Benet has said that the new song is about an experience with a girl who happens to be light-complected.
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Unfortunately, some aspects of Light Girls — the problematic Bill Duke-produced documentary that premiered Monday night on OWN—probably did nothing to disabuse them of that notion. I was surprised at how much some of the painful, personal narratives, such as that of Essence Atkins, mirrored my own, and I appreciate and respect these sisters for bravely telling their stories—no doubt well aware of the pushback they would receive. Dark-skinned black women experience systemic oppression in ways that light-skinned black women never will, and opting not to take an honest look at that was arguably a glaring omission. Further, by virtue of skin color alone, light-skinned black women have access to better health care outcomes than dark-skinned black women. This was supposed to be a two-hour safety zone for light-skinned black women to talk about how they are often ostracized and bullied because of their skin color—yes, by some dark-skinned women. It was supposed to be a space of understanding, healing and reconciliation. But instead we got a documentary that too often was guilty of perpetuating the same dangerous stereotypes it was supposed to combat. There was Onyxx Monopoly , who said she believes that light-skinned black women are sexually assaulted at higher rates. In fact, studies have shown that injuries dark-skinned black women receive during rape are less likely to be recognized as such by medical professionals—thus, they are least likely to receive justice in a court of law. There were some clearly brown-skinned black women, including Tatyana Ali and Andromeda Turre, who identified as light-skinned, which made me question the underlying racial politics of self-identification.
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Unfortunately, some aspects of Light Girls — the problematic Bill Duke-produced documentary that premiered Monday night on OWN—probably did nothing to disabuse them of that notion. I was surprised at how much some of the painful, personal narratives, such as that of Essence Atkins, mirrored my own, and I appreciate and respect these sisters for bravely telling their stories—no doubt well aware of the pushback they would receive.

Dark-skinned black women experience systemic oppression in ways that light-skinned black women never will, and opting not to take an honest look at that was arguably a glaring omission. Further, by virtue of skin color alone, light-skinned black women have access to better health care outcomes than dark-skinned black women.

This was supposed to be a two-hour safety zone for light-skinned black women to talk about how they are often ostracized and bullied because of their skin color—yes, by some dark-skinned women. It was supposed to be a space of understanding, healing and reconciliation.

But instead we got a documentary that too often was guilty of perpetuating the same dangerous stereotypes it was supposed to combat. There was Onyxx Monopoly , who said she believes that light-skinned black women are sexually assaulted at higher rates.

In fact, studies have shown that injuries dark-skinned black women receive during rape are less likely to be recognized as such by medical professionals—thus, they are least likely to receive justice in a court of law. There were some clearly brown-skinned black women, including Tatyana Ali and Andromeda Turre, who identified as light-skinned, which made me question the underlying racial politics of self-identification.

And whenever the camera zoomed in on most of their faces, I wanted to fight the air. Perhaps most confusing were the last 10 minutes—complete with India. Arie strumming a guitar—which seemed to classify feelings of inadequacies due to dark skin as a chronic illness that can be controlled with proper diet, water and exercise. Seriously, attempting to educate dark-skinned women on how to feel better about themselves in the face of pervasive light-skin privilege is not the move.

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