I'm getting old and less patient, so I'll just shuck right down to the cob: 1) We built the Black Girls Club because we could, and 2) if a White Girls Club came out tomorrow...we really wouldn't give a shit.
I once said that being a Black woman is like being a member of an exclusive club you never actually chose to sign up for. This part's particularly important because I don't think people fully grasp the meaning of "the Black Girls Club." Yes, it's just what it says on the tin. It's also so much more.
People resent Black women so much because they either can't be us, or can't have us.
Some Becky once made a similar complaint to the one above a few weeks back (we get complaints like these daily now, so they're all the same to me). A sistah who was new to the site promptly replied, "Why is a White girl commenting on the Black Girls Club?" As with the club's name, yes...her question was fairly straightforward. But as with the club's name, there was so much more to her question. What she was really asking was, Why are White people constantly obsessed with what Black people - especially Black women - do?
After all, Black women aren't obsessed with you. In fact, unless you're causing harm to us in some way (cultural appropriation, workplace discrimination, abusing our kids, killing our people, overall racism), Black women are less likely than ever before to acknowledge that you even exist.
We don't want to be you. We don't want to look like you. If anything, you're the ones always trying to copy our looks and our culture - that's why so many of you keep tabs on us in the first place. We're not in awe of you, we're not curious about your bodies, and we don't envy your slowly but steadily diminishing White privilege. When it comes down to what really bothers you about our blogs and pages and feeds, it's the cold hard fact that, for the most part, we're ignoring you.
So by all means, set up your White Girls Club. Go talk there instead of here. White Girls Club, Black Girls Club...both will end up focusing on Black women anyway, so who cares?