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    • 12 hours ago

    swolizard:

    They’re honestly shitting on the game in this pic

    Nothing beats a man in a good suit 😍

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    🚶🍉💼

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    @moipownie "Hy do you also design for people?"

    Yes I do, my stuff is only currently available in Zimbabwe though due to high postage costs and no paypal. I’m still trying to work my way around it :)

    • 1 week ago

    I loooove these neck beads, I’d kill for them lol😅😴😎 |

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    🔵🍋⚪

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    I’ve accumulated so many remnants over the years, I can never bring myself to throw them away. Need to figure out what to do with them. 🙈😊

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    "All the world needed was an example. People who were capable of following their dreams and of fighting for their ideas."

    — Paulo Coelho

    • 2 weeks ago
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    KINGS & QUEENS by Africa On My Sleeve Nehanda - lion spirit; symbol of authority

    "One of the purposes of the Kings and Queens Collection was to share an aspect of African history through art and fashion…”

    Each of the tshirts come with a card of the original art work. I love this collection and the Africa On My Sleeve intiative.


    To purchase your own tshirt and to see the rest of the collection click here ——>

    http://shopafricaonmysleeve.bigcartel.com/category/nehanda-collection

    • 2 weeks ago
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    blackandkillingit:

Happy Days (by Tanya Nefertari)

Eeek, I made it on this awesome page :)

    blackandkillingit:

    Happy Days (by Tanya Nefertari)

    Eeek, I made it on this awesome page :)

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    "We teach females that in relationships, compromise is what women do. We raise girls to see each other as competitors, not for jobs or for accomplishments— which I think can be a good thing— but for the attention of men. We teach girls that they cannot be sexual beings in the way that boys are. If we have sons, we don’t mind knowing about our sons’ girlfriends, but our daughters boyfriends? ‘God forbid!’ But of course when the time is right, we expect those girls to bring back the perfect man to be their husband. We police girls, we praise girls for virginity, but we don’t praise boys for virginity. And it’s always made me wonder how exactly this is supposed to work out because [laughs] the loss of virginity is usually a process that involves [laughs]….
    We teach girls shame. ‘Close your legs!’ ‘Cover yourself!’ We make them feel as though by being born female, they are already guilty of something. And so, girls grow up to be women who cannot say they have desire. They grow up to be women who silence themselves. They grow up to be women who cannot say what they truly think. And they grow up—and this is the worst thing we do to girls—they grow up to be women who have turned pretense into an art form."

    Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie    (via softhaands)

    (Source: owning-my-truth)

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    70sbestblackalbums:

    70s

    Soul! Illustrated

    I love this!

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