I felt so powerful, so sexy and confident. I saw my body differently as I looked in the mirror and smiled at my dimpled thighs on display. My fupa nudging me to tuck the shirt in so she could get some action too.
Going gray with grace is more than just an eff you to society’s youth-centered beauty standards. This here shit is about redefining beauty for ourselves. It is about seeing ourselves through a lens of our own making.
As a lover of style, art and design I’ve discovered some incredibly creative, woman-owned Black businesses in the L.A. area over the years, and I’m going to share them with you in honor of Black History Month!
I exist in a body that was defined female at birth, this means that I’ve been socialized as a girl and that I’m expected to fulfill this role as effortlessly as possible. Though the modern feminist movement is continuously working to redefine what it means to be a woman by pushing the limitations
Marginalized bodies are constantly reminded that our existence is a burden to the rest of the world. Because of this, it isn’t enough to celebrate diversity and expect that to rectify centuries of mistreatment
I’ve been a weird brown girl for most of my life. Since the age of approximately ten-years-old, I’ve stuck out like a sore thumb and people have hardly been kind about the fact that I don’t fit into their preconceived ideas