We see it all the time and maybe you have been the one to participate in it. Yeah, you know those water cooler discussions about that girl that sits next to you in your cubicle. You gather with the other women in the office and quip,“Girl, she think she cute.” Or that head to toe gaze and the unnecessary rolling of the eyes at the girl with the perfectly supple ample apple bottom derriere in her corporate freak’em dress at the happy hour. All the shade that is thrown to Amber Rose and the accusations of her being a whore and a slut, when no one really knows who she has or has not let bless her sweet vajayjay.

Women do it all the time, and the bitter sad truth of the matter is the ones that are participating in this sick sad madness are really just jealous. Point, blank period. Jealous that the synthetic $12.99 yaki weave they have in their hair, doesn’t lay quite like the Indian tresses tightly sewn in to ol’girls hair. Or that their Payless doesn’t if feel good pumps don’t quite measure up to homegirls Miu Miu’s. They gush, “Girl who she think she is?” and her answer without even having to articulate a response is “I’m a bad chic.”

We see this endless charade of cattiness in almost every facet of our lives. When the rumors began flying about Noel Jones being engaged to the beautiful actress Lisa Raye, single church ladies everywhere clutched their pearls and whispered, “Why he want to marry her?” Surely that must be a rhetorical question, she’s aged like fine, her body is ridiculously amazing, and she is accomplished in her career. The real question is “Why he don’t want to marry you?”

It’s so disappointing, and it defies age or social class standing. Can’t we give other women a genuine damn compliment and keep it moving. We all have our own intrinsic value. Don’t knock the next woman because hers is brightly shining. Jealousy is an infectious disease that affects the perpetrator more than the target. Study your own story boo.

– Jayne Dirt

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  • AustralianGirl

    Its true, women can and DO sometimes hate the pretty girl.

    I’ve been the victim of it, and admittedly, I’ve felt jealous pangs myself when someone else gets complimented.

    Solution? Put effort into looking AND FEELING the best you can be…… then it won’t matter how others look becuase you feel great within yourself.

  • CaliDreaming86

    These comments are out of control. I couldn’t even read them all.

    I don’t know what Bronze is talking about, because I am a woman who does not hate pretty women .

    For me, as someone who is quite introverted and shy, if I don’t speak to someone, it has nothing to do with the way they look, it’s because I am more comfortable not being noticed.

    As far as the title, the author was referencing a person having an ‘ugly attitude’, not being physically ugly.

    • Bronze

      All girls as in Chinese, Russian, pick a country….all girls. Meaning this is not just a black woman’s thing. Of course not every woman on the planet hates on pretty girls.

    • CD86

      I never stated this was a Black woman’s thing.

    • Bronze

      I know you didn’t say it. I was explaining what I meant by all women.

  • Grace A.

    I think people “hating” on pretty girls is the LEAST of their problems. Please. That is not a real issue.

    • Bronze

      Maybe not a real issue to you cause it DAMN sure is a real issue with me.

  • bigchop2

    This article was very necessary because I whole heartedly relate to this—regardless for those that just consider this a “rant.” I model and am often told by men that I’m beautiful/stunning. Its flattering and such but I often find it alot easier to befriend men than women because some women simply aren’t friendly to me or treat me as “whatever”. Funny thing is, I’m a very sweet, down to earth woman that is often misunderstood (*AT FIRST), simply b/c of my looks! What I’ve learned to do to get people to feel more comfortable around me is to just be myself, making sure I’m being polite to others/speaking with them, laugh at myself, and befriend others first. For some reason, people feel that a beautiful/very attractive person will automatically reject them! And after doing these things, if women still want to act stank, then its on them and their insecurity. What they don’t realize is they are NOT hurting me. I’ll just befriend other friendly beautiful women! (because, hey we do share that in common—right?)