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I need an Ayesha Curry. That statement has become a male rallying cry that also serves as a backhanded comment on the quality of today’s women. Let’s recap. Ayesha Curry is the wife of the current face of the NBA, Steph Curry. At first, she was just the mother of that cute little girl who would sit in Steph’s lap at post-game press conferences. Then last December she made a comment about how today’s fashion is trashy and that while “everyone” is barely wearing clothes she prefers to save herself for the person that matters. Her twitter, her opinion, her life. But hold up, we live in a world where a huge portion of social media active women dress in that manner, and many of them took offense. Who died and made this lemon head bitch cleavage police? On one side. She does have a point; these fast ass girls lack decency and class. On the other side. It’s a polarizing topic: Do certain women dress and act proactively for attention or because they’re expressing their individuality? This shit has been debated from the colony of Jamestown to the walls of Facebook, and in the end, who gives a fuck? Ayesha Curry is just one of many that have voiced an opinion on what constitutes class. No one thought it would last past that day. But it has, and I constantly get asked about it so here we are. It wasn’t so much about Ayesha calling out the so-called “thotties,” it was about the male cosign that came on the heels of her comments that made it Ayesha Vs. Any other woman that doesn’t fit into the neat, clean, box of male approval.

Let’s keep it real. I Need an Ayesha Curry is a sneak diss. A proclamation that as men we want a woman who is conservative, cool, funny, up on sports, and turns her nose down at whores that thirst trap and attention seek. Not all men used it this way, but the majority took shots at this generation of girls that live for IG likes and Snap views as if it validates their lives. We have TeeTee, who takes pictures with her ass turned towards the camera and ...

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