Dark as Night…

This should be on EVERY show for beauty and fashion!!

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Blackness

This is a conversation we need more of: standards of beauty. I would generally advice against young black girls reading beauty magazines that almost always seem to glorify western standards of beauty: straight flowing hair, blonde as beautiful “bombshell”, size zero, plucked symmetrical eyebrows, and so forth. These magazines set a particular standard of beauty that excludes black girls and their entire attendant features of blackness. They seem to shout out—together with their inauspicious “how to lose belly fat”, “how to land the perfect man”, “how to make an entrance”—how to be validated, acknowledged, respected, and celebrated through your physical appearance alone. This has reached an indignant zenith through the glorification of talentless celebrities parading that standard of beauty in useless reality shows.

The media is preoccupied and saturated with images of beauty that are non-representative of an entire race. If your ‘beauty’ is outside of that standard, as a…

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Warning Signs of Abuse

The Abuse Expose' with Secret Angel

With so many becoming victims of the various abuses, sometimes we just need to post reminders of the warning signs to help people identify the signs and  avoid these abusive relationships. Remember that many abusers can be very deceitful with their words, but their actions will speak louder than their words. Watch how they act. Do not be deceived.

Warning Signs of Abuse

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Lily Allen Mocks Mean Bloggers in ‘URL Badman’ Music Video

Deepak verma

Lily Allen is firing back at Internet trolls and critical bloggers in her kaleidoscopic music video for “URL Badman,” a response to the backlash over her feminist jam “Hard Out Here.”
Through her lyrics, the 29-year-old British singer assumes the role of a blogger with such lines as “I work at home
July 02, 2014 at 10:51PM
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By Deepak verma

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