Black women who judge other women for keeping their hair natural
Black women who judge other women for relaxing their hair
Black women who judge other black black women instead of supporting each other when we’re already in a world that continually judges us because of the implications of our race and gender
I fuckin love Waffle House!!
There is one 5 minutes away from my hotel!!
Lmao @ georgia
we have two waffle houses right across the street from eachother lol #north carolina
They physically moved her bones. They moved her collar bone lower. I hope stuff like this makes people realize how ridiculous the media is.
this is so depressing.
this makes me so angry!
oH MYGOD I HATE THE MEDIA
In case you’re ever wondering why you don’t look like the girls on the covers of magazines: neither do they.
I will always reblog this so everyone that follows me has a chance to see how messed up society is.
She was equally beautiful in the first picture though… This is awful.
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“Thank you for coming on this amazing ride”
This is my life. You know, this is my life, and it means so much. You go into any industry, any career, and you want to leave a mark, you want to leave an impression. And I feel the nod from the WWE Hall Of Fame means you made a difference and I’m just thrilled with that.
-Trish Stratus, 2013 Hall of Fame inductee.