Do white women stay winning?

Azania Mosaka chats to writer and entrepreneur Milisuthando Bongela in studio about her article 'Do White Women Stay Winning’. The article encompasses Bongela's views on white women and the 'jealousy' she feels.

Bongela says there is an 'invented narrative' that informs interracial relationships and places women of color at the bottom of the 'desirability pyramid'.

She says there are levels to this phenomenon and it is something that needs to be central to race discussions in South Africa.

To read the full article, click here.

http://missmillib.co.za/food-for-thought-the-politics-of-pleasure-white-women-stay-winning/

I have no issue with interracial relationships where the issue of race and racism is nuanced and discussed openly and people understand their privilage

Milisuthando Bongela

My issue is that these relationships are built on untreated wounds in South Africa, racism is something we have barely touched on

Milisuthando Bongela

Click below to hear the full interview with Azania...


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