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Speak Out! - DSTRKT nightclub boycotts over “too dark” policy continues

Should nightclubs have the right to deny entrance based on skin colour, weight or quota?

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Inferiority complex means there'll be many on a high after bleached skin gained them entry. It also means we see each other as the competition with the end game being to look better than our kinfolk. With more news of African men returning home with white woman in tow giving 'success' bragging rights over their fellow natives; pat the backs of those boycotting yes, but don't rule out many only taking the stance after discovering having a white spouse wasn't good enough to get them in.

Mon 26 October 2015, 9:12 am

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