The truth has become an insult.
I think white women need to wake up and say, 'Not all women are white,' three times in front of the mirror.
In America, I feel black with all of the rubbish that comes with it.
Perhaps it is time to debate culture. The common story is that in 'real' African culture, before it was tainted by the West, gender roles were rigid and women were contentedly oppressed.
'No Sweetness Here' is the kind of old-fashioned social realism I have always been drawn to in fiction, and it does what I think all good literature should: It entertains you.
Evil is tolerable if purged of coarseness.