Why Do So Many People Want To Lighten Their Complexions?

I thought black was beautiful? Or is that one of the things you have to say out loud because you fear the opposite is widely held to be true, like gay pride?

Here is Sammy Sosa, before and after skin-lightening cream.

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A friend says: “The Asian market is very advanced when it comes to skin whitening. It’s not about whitening creams anymore. What they do is take high amounts of Glutathione with Vitamin C and it will actually whiten people up in a matter of months. Of course, taking that with creams yield these results. It’s very popular in the Philippines. I can guess these celebrities take the pills. On dark people it will take 3-6 months to whiten, maybe up to a year.”

Chaim Amalek: Is there such a thing as blackening cream?

Chaim Amalek: Also, do black people fade to white as they age?

Daniel: “White people risk skin cancer to get dark. Dark people spend a fortune on creams to get light. People should do what they can to look and feel their best naturally, but at the end of the day, they need to make peace with who they are.”

Steve Sailer writes about whiner Junot Diaz: I realize that Dominican baseball stars aren’t representative of everybody born in the Dominican Republic, but it’s worth comparing the looks of Diaz to other celebrities born in the Dominican Republic, like slugger Sammy Sosa (before and after his unfortunate experience with skin-whitening creams).

Back home in the DR, Diaz would be more or less of a Person of Pallor, but playing at anti-white rage has been very, very good to him in America as the go-to Hispanic guy for receiving literary prizes, including the $500k MacArthur “genius” fellowship.

About Luke Ford

I've written five books (see Amazon.com). My work has been followed by the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and 60 Minutes. I teach Alexander Technique in Beverly Hills (Alexander90210.com).
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