Chelsei. 1st Gen American. Trinidadian & Dominican. Future Nutritionist. Is your face from McDonalds cuz I'm loving it
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One of my followers on instagram is so fine & it just catches me off guard all the time


things you don’t point out about people:

  • acne
  • cuts
  • Scars
  • body hair in places you’re not used to it being???
  • fat rolls/curves
  • how much/how little they’re eating
  • how skinny they are/what bones they can see because of how skinny they are
  • How fat they are.
  • If they have crooked or misaligned teeth maybe even yellowed
  • If they sweat a lot

don’t do it




And black. Please note how she’s black. As in… not white. Like… black. Cos, Egyptians aren’t white. I just thought you’d like to know that. Egyptians aren’t white. 


Don’t let anybody tell you any different. Even current day Egyptians, post-Turkish/Ottoman invasion, aren’t white. 






Big Brother 15 (US)

This was one of the hardest scenes i’ve ever watched on tv, it’s was heartbreaking as fuck to watch two black people resort to tears because they didn’t want to give into the stereotype that follows when a black person gets upset.

Watching her cry and talk about how she’d had enough of white housemates taunt her, call her “Sheniqua” and tell her that she was about to “get black” and flip her mattress off of the box-spring, throw her belongings to the ground, and three of them at the same time bully her until she almost got to the point of getting violent because she’d had enough and felt so threatened. A black man who’d grown up in the south knew better than to leave her in that situation he had to physically pick her up and take her out of the room.

Had to be carried to the Have Not room, a room known basically as the punishment room. A room that most of this season has been dominated by POC and minorities that the rest of the house deemed “unworthy” or just didn’t like to be calmed down. He had to talk her down, telling her that if there was one person in the house he was going out protecting it would be her, his fellow black woman. He’d gladly throw away money to protect her and make sure no one did something to her. He told her he’d give up a bed so she could sleep in it and not have to worry about those girls. She’d said she was tired of this behavior and the comments and why should they have to back down, that they should retaliate, that they shouldn’t be weak.

She was Malcolm X in the situations while he was preaching to her like Martin Luther King Jr.

He said they had to act better than them because all eyes were on them, they had to stay calm. And thats when she broke down and cried and sobbed in his arms, while he was barely able to control his anger towards that side of the house for doing that to her. They both sat their in tears, praying to God to give them the strength to get through the rest of this competition without blowing up.

They had to decide to back down against the enemy instead of give them a taste of their own medicine. They decided to be better than that situation, I applaud them for being so strong.

It was a hard scene to watch and go through as a woman of color. It was a hard fucking scene.

I remember this scene.

I remember I cried with her.

Because white supremacy was goading her and hurting her

And she couldn’t do anything about it

I am so glad that he stood for her

He was 100% in her corner

Because nobody else would be.

That’s a real man right there

DING! DING! DING! This is the NUMBER ONE reason I don’t watch the American Big Brother. I can’t fuck with stuff like this.

Nas, teaching the youth

Nas, teaching the youth



I’m so here for this.

So ready



its really important for men to stand up to other men who say terrible and sexist shit

because sexist men dont listen to what women have to say

literally the most important thing men can do if they want to call themselves feminist allies 



You cannot tell me that some of these don’t sound like actual articles.

In case you missed it.

Im sure the Angelina Jolie one has been done 

I’m here for black girls who inspire and uplift one another.