The original question asked if "some" black women felt this way, which I answered.

This is not the case for all black women, as the question has been edited to suggest. This is a real conversation between myself and a "brown enough" woman friend.

And the opposition comes from within the black community. Mayor Bill de Blasio, who is white, has been married to a black woman, Chirlane Mc Cray, for more than two decades, and race matters to no one. More than 12 years ago, Karazin, 41, who is African-American, married a white insurance executive, Michael, 42.

Greedy brats like these could sour one on having kids. Some joker at one of New York City’s greatest cultural institutions tweeted a photo of a big-bottomed statue that’s more than 6,500 years old and 8.4 inches tall.

Its booty is a dead ringer for that of reality TV star Kim Kardashian, who displayed her heinie in all its naked and oiled glory on the cover of Paper magazine’s winter issue.

I've even thought about starting a blog full of selfies with gorgeous "brown enough" strangers I run into. No definition of beauty pushed by the western mainstream marketing machine -- the machine that forcibly indoctrinated them -- looks anything like them.

From day one they're told that beauty is something they have to approximate if possible, that they're substandard.

This may be the last remaining taboo in our supposedly colorblind society.

A New York City woman — beautiful, educated, successful and single — accepted a challenge presented by an online dating service that aimed to fix her up with available men.

But Karazin does not believe that black women should be limited by race when choosing partners. Skin color should not matter when it comes to love.

A judge has ordered the divorced parents of Caitlyn Ricci, 21, of New Jersey to fork over ,000 to pay for tuition for each year she attends Philadelphia’s Temple University — although she moved into her paternal grandparents’ house two years ago and doesn’t talk to her folks. This is like the case of Rachel Canning, also of New Jersey, who moved away from home and took her parents to court this year to shake them down for tuition money and other expenses before dropping her lawsuit.

Most of us have butts, but not everyone can ride theirs to fame, glory and jealousy from a great museum’s staff. After watching his own female lawyer fight for him, Valle, who cooked for jail employees while locked up, said he wants to join the legal profession. A Wisconsin woman found her husband who vanished in 2005 on Facebook — living a mere 155 miles away and married to another woman. At least the discarded wife missed years of washing the rotter’s socks.