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thatdudeemu:

I was tagged in the 6 selfie thing by theuppitynegras so I guess I gotta tag some people

shanellbklyn blairwitchwaldorf black—lamb thegirlwithcaramelskin badbilliejean harleyhendrix

You make me want a closet full of crop tops 👀 just so I can get on your level

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VI Selfies tagged by iamkendoll

Tagging: everyone who follows me.
Post your 6 selfies & tag me so I can reblog them.

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#6 selfies  #badbilliejean  #qpoc selfies  #woc 
wndrlsts asked: I hope you find inspiration in your new environment, because your art is really lovely.


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black--lamb:

I pray I do as well. It was my life. All I had ever wanted to do but I had to put it on the back burner because wanting to live was more important at the time

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chescaleigh:

Just wrapped a bunch of fun interviews today! The makeup artist said I was giving Solange with my hair, which you know I loved 😂

chescaleigh:

Just wrapped a bunch of fun interviews today! The makeup artist said I was giving Solange with my hair, which you know I loved 😂

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vintageblackglamour:

Josephine Premice (1926-2001), the splendid Tony-nominated actress, singer and dancer was born 88 years ago today in Brooklyn, New York. Diahann Carroll, her best friend for more than four decades, called the Haitian-American aesthete “a naturally elegant woman who had exquisite taste in everything in life” and credited her with her fashion advice that she still uses. Ms. Premice was also the mother of novelist and television producer (“A Different World”) Susan Fales-Hill who wrote a fantastic memoir about her mother called “Always Wear Joy.” In this photo, Ms. Premice is seen tying the ribbon on her high-heeled shoes just before a performance in May 1951. Photo: Kurt Hutton/Stringer/Getty Images.

vintageblackglamour:

Josephine Premice (1926-2001), the splendid Tony-nominated actress, singer and dancer was born 88 years ago today in Brooklyn, New York. Diahann Carroll, her best friend for more than four decades, called the Haitian-American aesthete “a naturally elegant woman who had exquisite taste in everything in life” and credited her with her fashion advice that she still uses. Ms. Premice was also the mother of novelist and television producer (“A Different World”) Susan Fales-Hill who wrote a fantastic memoir about her mother called “Always Wear Joy.” In this photo, Ms. Premice is seen tying the ribbon on her high-heeled shoes just before a performance in May 1951. Photo: Kurt Hutton/Stringer/Getty Images.

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micdotcom:

23 women show us their favorite positions

When reality television star and fashion blogger Lauren Conrad was asked what her “favorite position” was on a live radio program a while back, the women listening held their breath. Although we take great pride in the work that we do, most of us could relate to being undermined and belittled publicly at work. When Conrad cleverly retorted “CEO,” it was hard not to aggressively high-five our laptop and mobile devices. The words “hell” and “yeah” could be heard all across the nation.

1 in 3 women has experienced some form of sex discrimination at work | Follow micdotcom 

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blackfashion:

Valerie Blaise (Vavvoune)
Photographer: Mambu
Model: Vavvoune

blackfashion:

Valerie Blaise (Vavvoune)

Photographer: Mambu

Model: Vavvoune

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Anonymous asked: What are good soaps to use for your vagina?


Answer:

google.com

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