Categories Video Socialite Marks The Toilet Paper to Make Certain Her Black Maid Isn't Using Her Bathroom Post author By Movie Recaps Post date May 18, 2022 49 Comments on Socialite Marks The Toilet Paper to Make Certain Her Black Maid Isn't Using Her Bathroom In the sixties, an aspiring author decides to interview a dozen of African-American maids to create a e-book about their ordeals though operating for white people. Subscribe to our close friends channel: https://tinyurl.com/Film-Recaps resource Tags movie recap, movie recaps, mystery recap, story recap ← Totally free Google Participate in Reward Card Codes – Not as well numerous still left! → müg 6. 49 replies on “Socialite Marks The Toilet Paper to Make Certain Her Black Maid Isn't Using Her Bathroom” For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him may not perish but may have eternal life. John 3:16If you are yet be saved please make this confession. Lord Jesus, I believe you are the Son of God, that you died on the cross to rescue me from sin and death and to restore me to the Father. I confess and repent of my sins. I accept you as my Lord and Saviour. I give myself to you in Jesus name. AmenWelcome into the family of God. We watched this in class, I actually respected that part of the curriculum Is this porn for leftists? my friends call me skeeter whenever i meet her I love this I cried because of this movie I loved this movie Omfg I'VE READ THIS BOOK YEARS AGO AND I NEVER KNEW THERE WAS A MOVIE 😩😩😩😩😩😔😔 Watched again.,🙄🙄🙄 you said Masters .. hummm The audacity they know white women barely even bathe during that era nonetheless used toilet tissue I’m sorry did you say her MASTERS??!! I’m confused This is why, over time, things will improve.As on average, thr next generation always learns from their parent's mistakes. What’s the name of this movie? I love how clinical it sounds. “Unfortunately, he acts like a twat” Abeline is really pretty Just a reminder that this generation of racist are still very much alive and making political choices in positions of power Saw this movie years ago it made me cry about how bad the inequality was back then. Im colored and cannot imagine living in a time of so much inhumanity Its still happening…just took on a different face…humans why am i sobbing over a recap of this movie… good god this movie is so emotional Wow, two Gwen Stacey is in this movie. The victims of evil and the sins of the parents are always the children Hilly hates Cecilia because Cecilia has class, kindness, and she is absolutely STUNNING. Hilly is a racist, green eyed monster 100% this movie’s ending was so sad That’s weird i rewatched this movie some days ago I remember this movie… I would watch it all the time… it always made me cry on how people treated the race… :(( I like watching movies about strong women… Thank you for this recap! 10:18I don’t know in what year this movie was made but the woman in the blueish h dress looks like someone from pitch perfect “Eat my shit” Black orange yellow green even my own mom I dont like anyone using my toilet 😂 this will always go down as one of the greatest movies of all time. Love this movie!!! You deny your maid of toilet papers for hygiene yet expects her to handle your food and other hygiene stuffs. Are you nuts? Some typical white people from 1960's. What do I do? I'm not even black not white. Cecilia was my favorite character in this movie. She was the definition of beautiful, inside and out. The fact that she was never horrible to Minny once, she treated her as her equal and friend. She was ahead of her time and the fact people treated her as an outcast because of one petty bitch, honesty Johnny and Minny were lucky people to have her in their lives. Skeeter looks like Emma stone. Idk we black pple what we did wrong to those racist white pple who think they better than us. Mrs Walters down bad for reading for reading the book at the nursing home XD For sure, I don't wanna live in this era. 🖤 The Help – Book is amazingFunny at the same time filled with emotions if you have a great grandmother/grandfather who was racist man good thing she/he died i have no regret saying this cause racist people should not be loved unless they changed This movie makes me cry out of anger This was a masterpiece….i must admit I can feel the pain blacks went through … recapp the ip man Celia and skeeta are amazing humans x What is the title pls ? I hope yall in these comments who loved this movie recognize this is real and still impacts Black ppl today. Think about the pure privilege it is to watch the movie and have no family who lived like that. To be able to separate yourself like that, is a privilege. So if you watched that movie, and all you got from it was "it's so sad" , "at least some white ppl were good people for that time period" , or "I loved those actresses" you missed the point. You're either racist or anti racist. If you sat back to be entertained by Black trauma and have no conviction to be anti racist, you're part of the problem. You continue the same yt supremacist ideas that created everything you see in that movie. So watch the movie, but think about what you're actually doin for Black ppl. Bc watching movies about our trauma doesn't do shit. Imagine this story is not more than 80 years old If This Movie Gets A Sequel Than The Child Will Get Revenge Bruh…. you talked too fast. 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