Eh, I don’t like when people be like “black girls watch out cause white girls getting booty these days” cause to a black girl’s ears it kinda sounds like “watch out because your only value is your fetishized body and once that’s gone you’ll truly be worthless”
Pointers: I NO longer use The dark and Loveky deep conditioner, nor the organic deep conditioner. The main reason is they both contain mineral which my hair is beginning to hate. I’m now using mostly natural products and will update you guys fully once I have the new products i am going to be trying out.
The Deep conditioner I am now using is Vitales Olive oil hair mayonnaise:
Hey Dolls! Hope all of you are well. Sorry for the lack of consistency on my blog.. Hopefully, will remember to post when I have enough free time on my hands.
So, on the 22nd of March (this year of course) I had my senegalese twists installed by my hair dresser; and i am in love with…
my friend accidentally drank a white girl’s coke thinking it was his & she cussed him out & called him a nigger…so he exposed her on Facebook or whatever & she & all the other white ppl who live on his floor are asking him to delete the post because it could “damage her reputation” and “ruin her life” and people would “MISTAKE her for a racist”…………..
Okay so everyone knows that Bey can sing but not enough people know what she’s truly capable of vocally so I’ve compiled what I think are some of her best bg vocals and harmonies. She came up with most of [if not all] these arrangements by herself. It’s a little over 10 minutes long but it’s worth the listen.
0:00 - 0:20: Naughty Girl, 0:21- 0:30: Baby Boy, 0:31 - 0:52: Me, Myself & I, 0:53 - 1:10: Deja Vu, 1:11 - 1:31: Get Me Bodied, 1:32 - 1:40 - Move Your Body, 1:41 - 1:54: Upgrade U, 1:55 - 2:04: Freakum Dress, 2:05 - 2:10: Green Light, 2:11 - 2:34: Irreplaceable, 2:35 - 2:47: Disappear, 2:48 - 3:07: Smash Into You, 3:08 - 3:42: Halo, 3:43 - 4:05: That’s Why You’re Beautiful, 4:06 - 4:30: Single Ladies, 4:31 - 4:37: Ego, 4:39 - 4:54: Telephone, 4:55 - 5:13: I Care, 5:14 - 5:19: Best Thing I Never Had, 5:20 - 5:34: Party, 5:35 - 6:16: Love On Top, 6:17 - 6:32: End Of Time, 6:33 - 7:02: Run The World (Girls), 7:03 - 7:17: Dance For You, 7:18 - 7:36: Schoolin’ Life, 7:37 - 7:47: I Been On, 7:48 - 8:00: God Made You Beautiful, 8:01 - 8:12: Rise Up, 8:13 - 8:36: Pretty Hurts, 8:37 - 9:18: ***Flawless, 9:18 - 9:23: Superpower, 9:24 - 10:02 - Standing On The Sun (my personal favorite), 10:03 - 10:19: Part II (On The Run), 10:20 - 10:50: Grown Woman
jhene aiko’s lyrics sound like a black girl’s first xanga blog in the early 00’s just filled with glittery cartoons and ginuwine lyrics and quotes like “iF u DoN’T lOv3 mE aT My WoRsE U dNt DeSeRvE mE aT My BeST”
What are your thoughts on Kim kardashian raising a black daughter? She just seems so ignorant towards race and some of the things both she and her mom have said about the babies skin color (being lighter) and her hair (talk of "naps") just makes me feel so damn uneasy.
north’s first words are probably going to be “i’m mixed”.
Why are you such a sensitive, dismissive bitch? Aside from you being a pisces. I mean, really, you make out like you're this 'pro black girl revolutionist', but in reality you're just a self centered attention seeking inadequate bitch. Ghosh, i don't know how BG deals with you. No wonder your life sucks. - Just my thoughts.
i’m pretty sure he only puts up with me bc i’m cute and my booty big.
white people on tumblr:*reblogs creepshots of asian girls, creates memes about strict asian parents, ignores dark skin asian girls, labels asian girls as exotic and submissive*
asian girls:we aren't exotic mail-order brides who always get an A on a math test. stop perpetuating stereotypes that homogenize the ethnic/cultural diversity in our communities
white people on tumblr:*reblogs a million sassy black woman gifs, makes posts about black girls being too loud, makes poor black women into memes and makes fake twitter accounts for them*
black girls:we can't breath without being turned into a joke, why can't we be respected? stop perpetuating the stereotype that we're one dimensional characters instead of complex human beings, we don't exist to be your entertainment
white people on tumblr:*glues craft store feather on a headband, reblogs sexy cherokee princess costumes, jokes about scalping people *
indigenous girls:can you stop perpetuating the idea that we're hypersexualized savages? we've been fighting our whole lives to practice our culture and you think it's ok to make a costume out of it? indigenous girls have extremely high rates of being victims of sexual assault, that's not something to joke about
girls of color on tumblr:*makes one joke about white girls and starbucks*
white girls:why are you being so misogynistic? all of you hate women, if i replaced white with black or asian i would be called a racist
“At the same time, the Carefree Black Girl is more than just image and representation, it is practice and embodied performance as well. As with many modes of visual production via social media such as selfies or mirror pics, the CFBG often involves the performative act of taking or posing for a picture. The selfies most often involve hair, makeup, or styling choices that the subject sees as deviating from normative images of black women. I have encountered Carefree Black Girl images that feature naturally or un-naturally textured hair that is dyed purple, or pink, CFBGs with braids or locs past their waists, or with springy joyful teen weenie afros. These stylistic choices as well as the decision on the part of black girl users to label them as carefree involve a performance of self that is both created and fantastically imagined.
Images of CFBGs frequently include those of singer Solange Knowles, Janelle Monae, and various black models in outfits and poses that communicate their comfort in their bodies and happiness being where and who they are. When a black woman labels an image of herself or another black woman as #carefree it is not merely a comment on an image that could be described as looking cheerful, but a radical act of the owning the state of being and becoming free. She is enacting, reenacting, and embodying an affective state that was never supposed to be hers. Queer scholars such as Jose Munoz have argued that aesthetic productions play an important role in imagining hope for the future of marginalized populations. The circulation and production of images of Carefree Black Girls creates an inhabitable present that looks towards a future in which they are recognized as fully human.”—
don’t let no one tell you that you’re ‘too deep’ or ‘over thinking things’ or you’re ‘too complicated’. deep thinkers are the brilliant ones. be brilliant. question everything. peel back the surface and inspect what’s underneath. question yourself. demand explanations. do research. wonder. be complex and special and brilliant and fuck anyone who tries to shame you for not being superficial enough.