I will never degrade you or talk ill of you. As a black woman, I must encourage my brothers. I love you and I encourage you to excel in a world where the odds are against you. You are as strong as you allow yourself to be.
Your Black Sister, Locsofpoetry
dirty nasty thoughts
dirty nasty filthy thoughts
dirty nasty filthy raunchy thoughts
When I tell you white folks are trying to take over ALL our shit,
Including the language that they call us ‘ghetto’ and ‘ignorant’ for using?
And they sellin it on teeshirts like a white woman would come up with that phrasing.
AAVE is the same language they penalize us for using, denying us opportunities and resources, calling us ignorant,
But they put it on a shirt with a BLONDE bitch and SELL IT?
I feel kicked in the chest.
WHITE PPL YOU NEED TO STOP
This is why don’t no body fucking like you white people
Anonymous asked: You give such beautiful and soulful advice <3
aw thank you Nonny!
i just try to give the advice i think i would want some one to give me.
bunandcheeeese asked: I love how you shut fools down <3
and fools they are lol
THE baby shower invitation!! #babykimye #doesthishintitsagirl?
wow. Is Kim K ready to raise a black girl?
she sure as fuck ain’t.
aparently the thing plays hey mama
Anonymous asked: Do you believe that white people evolved from monkeys?
are you bored or something? because this is one stupid ass question
Need this in my closet ASAP
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Anonymous asked: Describe on anon: I'm introverted and awkward as hell. I'm a liberal Christian and believe we are here to do God's work on earth. I often fail at this task, but I pray to do better. If I had to describe myself based on a TV character I'm a quieter Zoey from the Proud Family. Reading you blog I think we have a lot in common and I'd like to imagine if I met you IRL we'd have deep conversations about God and Misfits, but really I'd just say yeah a lot and creep you out. Story of my life.
Misfits and God??
we’d definitely be friends
They made us think that Africa was a land of jungles, a land of animals, a land of cannibals and savages…they were so successful in projecting this negative image of Africa, those of us here in the West of African ancestry, the Afro-American, we looked upon Africa as a hateful place…Why? Because those who oppress know that you can’t make a person hate the root without making them hate the tree. You can’t hate your own and not end up hating yourself. And since we all originated in Africa, you can’t make us hate Africa without making us hate ourselves…And what was the result? They ended up with 22 million Black people here in America who hated everything about us that was African. — Malcolm X (via 7lettersofglori)
because i’ll be damned if i loose “me” trying to build a “we”
i want both a “we” and a “me”, or i want nothing at all
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