AyeeDreamer

yaritza-gonzalez said: I couldn't find you on ig :/

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skyebambamgarciax3 said: Whats your instagram ?

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Anonymous said: You know ur handsome right? :)

Just a liddo ( `.`)

recklessyoungfreedom-deactivate said: You're attractive

Well, thank you darling :)

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blakaudacity:

I could be over-thinking it, but I think this picture symbolizes all the reasons why America gives Black women such a hard time. This woman is not skinny, is dressed very simply and has no hair. Weight, clothes, and hair are things that make us beautiful…or ugly, according to the media and popular culture. This woman is EASILY more beautiful than the majority of celebrities, Black or white. This picture displays grace, class, sexuality AND confidence…without any effort at all. THAT is why I think we are given such a hard time. If ALL Black women realized that they could actually define the standard the beauty, instead of trying adhere to it…the world would REALLY hate us. This picture embodies the potential I see in every Black woman. People constantly throw us under the bus because we have no “set look.” We come in a myriad of complexions, sizes, and styles…and we make it all look good.

girl is foine

dumbthingswhitepplsay:

blakaudacity:

I could be over-thinking it, but I think this picture symbolizes all the reasons why America gives Black women such a hard time. This woman is not skinny, is dressed very simply and has no hair. Weight, clothes, and hair are things that make us beautiful…or ugly, according to the media and popular culture. This woman is EASILY more beautiful than the majority of celebrities, Black or white. This picture displays grace, class, sexuality AND confidence…without any effort at all. THAT is why I think we are given such a hard time. If ALL Black women realized that they could actually define the standard the beauty, instead of trying adhere to it…the world would REALLY hate us. This picture embodies the potential I see in every Black woman. People constantly throw us under the bus because we have no “set look.” We come in a myriad of complexions, sizes, and styles…and we make it all look good.

girl is foine

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