If you don't like it, go come up with your own company and shoot commercial spots for it using only black people could be a solution.
(sarcasm) It's well known that a lot of Black pro athletes have White wives, so maybe it was a play on that stereotype, but what I took from it was "use this lotion and you'll get girls".. Honestly Black folks read too much into things sometimes.. It's become so uncomfortable that you can't even joke about race cos everything is offensive now.
You can use body lotion and no one will think you’re…funny.” So, for the spot they got Devin Mc Courty, who plays for the New England Patriots and his identical twin brother Jason, who plays for the Tennessee Titans (I had to look them up because I had no idea who they were, and in fact I was so clueless about them I actually thought it was some CGI special effect for a second).Considering this, it seems far-fetched to assume that black females would not want to be at the top of the ladder. I've been aware of this situation for quite some time and it always seemed to me that there must be some form of discrimination going on.I've never been able to put my finger on exactly how it is occurring though.The relationship and the negative reaction he said he suffered from his so-called friends were a formative experience in the political evolution of the VP pick who described himself as a 'big, big fan' of Martin Luther King and is a staunch advocate of civil rights.Paul Ryan and Deneeta Pope first fell for each other at Miami University of Ohio in the early 1990s.But rising above everything that he did was a sense of duty that he should not waste this opportunity to succeed.He had been first to discover his father's lifeless body in bed after a heart attack just two years earlier - an experience that affected him profoundly. You see pretty little blond cheerleaders giving head to black boys all over campus, even in the hallway.In my last school during the Spring semester alone we had 26 white girls become pregnant, and every one by a black boy. I am young (25), engaged to a wonderful man and successful young professional man.Over the years I've heard many discussions about race and sports.A common observation is the fact that black males are extremely over-represented in many popular sports such as football and basketball.I'm considered attractive (5'4 112 35C-25-35 blonde hair and blue eyes) and I have high moral standards.Presently, I am in an affluent suburb of overwhelmingly white students with a small (about 10%) south Asian and east Asian minority, a few Mexicans and even fewer blacks.We are an elite public school and rank even with the better private schools.