a non-Black gay Latin@ coworker today (after asking me what every Black song on the radio meant) told me that every STRONG BLACK WOMAN should know what Drunk in Love (by Beyoncé) means. he said “because me and Malaka are both STRONG BLACK WOMEN”
i was so pissed. i shoulda spit in his face.”
has a song out called “booty” & the cover art has her with her ass out
& before that she put out a song talmbout “twerk”
this appropriative, anti-Black train she been riding since damn near began her career cuz she supposedly got a big ass is deplorable
like the fact that folks are fascinated with her ass instead of disgusted is cuz she aint Black
remember Nicki Minaj’s Anaconda
& please believe me, her ass is not even big by Black girl standards.
i just combed my hair out with a comb for the first time in 2 years.
throwback. awkward Black girl.
i thought that when i cut my hair questions like “what are you mixed with?” and “is that your real hair?” would stop. not true, i was wrong. i really want these two questions to die in a corner, lonely from deprivation. like starve the anti-Black sentiment that my hair can’t be mine without being mixed with something that isn’t me.