"Black girls don’t get told we are beautiful enough. Black girls aren’t always told we can be princesses. Cute, sweet, innocent, pure- these are not words black girls often hear associated with us. Fast, sassy, mouthy, too grown, angry, aggressive- those are the words that get shot at us like darts. Black girls are not girls- we are mini women who are forced to be strong. You must tell black girls they are beautiful, innocent, sweet, magical. You must treat black girls as girls. Then, you can talk about black girl characters whose looks and femininity doesn’t matter. Otherwise, you are just maintaining the status quo- denying black girls our beauty and femininity."
@4 months ago with 24489 notes
@4 months ago with 62623 notes
this moment was so sad.
black girls are human beings
man i used to really not like her. tumblr showed me the way
I felt that last comment
black girls are vulnerable. we have feelings. we dont always care what others think, but what they say can have an affect on us. no one wants to let us live. i can only imagine if my words were on a scale as large as hers, how difficult it would be.
She’s always bashed, criticized, made fun of, and her words and sentiments are almost always dismissed. People look at her and don’t take her seriously and it’s completely unfair.
(Source: flexnfiness, via i-think-i-just-accidentally)
@1 year ago with 222 notes
she is extremely beautiful, but I’ve never been more creeped out than by what’s written in the caption. what the actual fuck, people
Miss Toro, a Hamar woman holding a portrait of herself taken whilst she was still an active member of ethnic group. There is a 2 year gap between when that photo was taken and the above picture, and she has since converted to Christianity.