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    black men, instead it masculinized black women.

    Hello,

    1- I think black enslavement didn't feminize black men, instead it masculinized black women.
    2- I think black enslavement didn't feminize black men; instead, it masculinized black women.

    I tried to write two sentences. I want to ask which one is better - with the semicolon or comma.

    Thank you.

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    Re: black men, instead it masculinized black women.

    Only 2 is grammatical. And we'd normally say "I don't think ... " rather than "I think ... didn't ..."

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