All Hell Has Broke Loose Over 'I Met God, She's Black' T-Shirt.
A tee shirt reading "I Met God, She's Black," created by 21-year-old "self-described Jewish atheist" Dylan Chenfeld, is generating all sorts of publicity and interest, especially from black women. Dylan Chenfeld claims he loves to poke fun at the "sacred cow", which for him is both a black woman and God. A much needed dialogue!
Comment: I know a lot folks think it's cute, but it's not. I'm a black woman and God is not a black woman to me. No Black (or any ethnicity) woman, man, boy, or girl could EVER compare to the infinite and almighty, omnipotent, omnipresent, One and Only True God.
Comment: It disappoints me that there are Black women today that get mad when she is referenced as a god. Okay, so white America has been projecting the white woman as a goddess pretty much since the inception of this country, but when a black woman is recognized as her true self, a goddess, folks get mad..even black folks smh..when the truth comes out that one aspect of god is definitely manifested in the black man and black woman I guess folks will really be sick.
Comment: Although I feel he's been controversial intentionally, there is a much bigger issue and you hit it right on the head. Every other race (literally every race) projects their religious figures having the same feature as them except black people. I dont understand why black people would be so against the idea of envisioning their own features in a religious form.