A controversial article published by Psychology Today on the attractiveness of black women has since been pulled from its website. However, ProducerMatthew.com was able to track down a copy of the article, which has now been uploaded to Scribd.
"Because they have existed much longer in human evolutionary history, Africans have more mutations in their genomes than other races," author Satoshi Kanazawa wrote, adding that higher testosterone in black females lead to "more masculine features and are therefore less physically attractive."
After some controversy, the article was pulled from the Psychology Today website Monday afternoon. A representative for the magazine told the blog The Root the article was pulled due to a severe spike in traffic to the website, which crashed on Monday.

A controversial article published by Psychology Today on the attractiveness of black women has since been pulled from its website. However, ProducerMatthew.com was able to track down a copy of the article, which has now been uploaded to Scribd.

"Because they have existed much longer in human evolutionary history, Africans have more mutations in their genomes than other races," author Satoshi Kanazawa wrote, adding that higher testosterone in black females lead to "more masculine features and are therefore less physically attractive."

After some controversy, the article was pulled from the Psychology Today website Monday afternoon. A representative for the magazine told the blog The Root the article was pulled due to a severe spike in traffic to the website, which crashed on Monday.

  1. betsybaby reblogged this from inothernews and added:
    this is why you have to disregard psychology today. it’s a fluff/nonsense magazine that’s pretty much only good for...
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  4. less-than-stellar reblogged this from lanaatdelrey and added:
    All women are beautiful. Period. End of Story.
  5. tofuboots reblogged this from articlesofcleansingbreath and added:
    White European Beauty Standards + “Scientific evidence” = hmmm where have we seen this in history before? Oh, that’s...
  6. wordsthatscream reblogged this from terrivella and added:
    So here’s the deal, controversial or not, this is a scientific survey. If you don’t like that then get yourself some...
  7. theglitterkeepsfalling reblogged this from mindovermatterzine and added:
    This has become quite a big issue in the UK! Psychology Today is basically like a pop science magazine you can buy, its...
  8. antsinthewater reblogged this from matthewkeys and added:
    What the fuck? This was real? I thought it was a joke. Geez. Does Psychology Today not have editors? Or psychologists?
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    Maybe before trying to twist your data to back up your fucked up personal opinions, you should take a step back and ask...
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  12. terrivella reblogged this from rawwwrrrr and added:
    tl;dr. you missed my point, faggot. If something IS (note, IS— as in, 100%. and i didn’t say that article WAS 100% in...
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    ………fo’ realz guys?
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    to be fair, the conclusion does have some empirical basis. it’s insufficient, however, since it relies on a subjective...
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  18. mslkudayah reblogged this from inothernews and added:
    All day people were losing their minds on twitter about this article from Psychology Today that mysteriously...
  19. lordy-lou reblogged this from honeyedlife and added:
    Sorry, Janine, but I’m going to have to throw in my two cents. Although this study (the numbers, at least, not the...
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  21. generalbriefing reblogged this from matthewkeys and added:
    This is why black people continue to be suspicious of the medical/ psychology professions in general and tend to wait...
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    A controversial article published by Psychology Today on the attractiveness of black women has since been pulled from...
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  25. honeyedlife reblogged this from terrivella and added:
    I like this comment. It says “Well, you know, science obviously states they are less attractive, therefore they are, you...
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