No, not of me.

Of Obama, British Prime Minister David Cameron and Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt yucking it up at Nelson Mandela’s memorial service.

The allegation was that the reaction was racist.

From the ever-reliable Salon.com, The media’s Michelle Obama problem: What a selfie says about our biases

More than anything, the response to these latest images of Michelle Obama speaks volumes about the expectations placed on black women in the public eye and how a black women’s default emotional state is perceived as angry. The black woman is ever at the ready to aggressively defend her territory. She is making her disapproval known. She never gets to simply be.

Maybe the first lady is irritated with her husband or someone else, maybe she’s indifferent, maybe she’s thinking about the long plane ride home, maybe, just maybe, she’s recalling Nelson Mandela’s life and legacy. We will never know.

Meanwhile, the Internet is speculating about Michelle Obama’s mind-set, her motivations and the state of her marriage because if a married black man, always on the prowl even if he is the commander in chief, is seen smiling next to an attractive white woman, well, that’s curtains for the marriage. The white she-devil strikes again! The first lady can’t win. Last month, Michelle Obama was a “feminist nightmare.” Today she is angry and on the verge of losing her marriage.

From Oliver Willis of Media Matters (tweeting his own opinion, of course):

(And sexist too, also from Salon.com — The sexism of “selfie-gate”: America’s dangerous suspicion of women working with men)

(Credit: Reuters/Kai Pfaffenbach)

(Credit: Reuters/Kai Pfaffenbach)

Racist or not? Sexist or not?

Or just damn funny, like the last time?

And the time before that?

And the time before that?

And the most famous “look” of all:

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