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Bellydance, Tarot reading, and artwork with some meanderings for good measure. Navigating life as best as possible.

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I need this kind of sisterhood in life. ;_;

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coney island, 1972.


coney island, 1972.

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Vintage photographs of Nigerian women.

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Vintage photographs of women in Ghana.

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My kitten takes time to smell the flowers

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  • A: Age.
  • B: Where I'm from.
  • C: Where I would like to live.
  • D: Favourite food.
  • E: Religion.
  • F: Sexual orientation.
  • G: Single/taken.
  • H: Favourite book.
  • I: Eye colour.
  • J: Favourite movie.
  • K: Favourite TV show.
  • L: Favourite band/singer.
  • M: Random fact about me.
  • N: Favorite day of the year.
  • O: Favourite colour.
  • P: If I have any pets; if so, their names.
  • Q: What I'm listening to right now.
  • R: Last movie I've watched.
  • S: What's my ringtone.
  • T: Favourite male character from a TV show.
  • U: Favourite female character from a TV show.
  • V: What my name means.
  • W: Favourite superhero.
  • X: Celebrity crush.
  • Y: My birthday.
  • Z: Selfie?
The rage of the oppressed is never the same as the rage of the privileged.

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To all “egalitarians”

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It’s an old self-portrait when I had extensions. …Yes, I drew that.

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Cuuuuuuuuuuuuute! =D

This needs to be a makeup palette. 

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A day in your life at Spelman College in ADW.


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Dear internet,

Stop taking the Personality Disorder Test.

  1. It is an online test, not a medical professional. The diagnosis of a website means nothing.
  2. If you are taking the test with the idea in mind that you might have a personality disorder, you will ultimately answer in such a way that exaggerates every small correlating detail about you in such a way that it appears as though you actually do have one.
  3. If you are actually concerned you may have one of these, you are adding an immense load of unnecessary worry in your life.
  4. You don’t want a personality disorder. The stigma behind them is startlingly horrendous. Did you know that many therapists refuse to treat borderline patients because of the spread idea that they are “too difficult to deal with”? 
  5. Everybody exhibits symptoms and criteria of one or several personality disorders from time to time. This does not mean a person has the disorder. A pervasive pattern of several of these is required for the diagnosis, and it can only be made by a qualified mental health professional.
  6. Most people that take the test are simply looking for labels of mental illnesses to add to their collection in their blog description for the sake of seeming interesting, deep, quirky, or (dare I say) crazy** in order to draw attention to them, and I think this last reason is one that I am both passionate about and angered by enough for it to conclude this post.

**If you are using these “diagnoses” as an attractive accessory to your personality when you are unsure of whether you truly have it or not, you are discrediting and devaluing the experiences of everybody who suffers with these disorders on a daily basis.

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