I refuse to watch this treacherous shit! Her belly is pleading for comfort and safety given the state of her country, and these muhfukas belly’s over stuffed with steak and cheese, high off of capitalism. Sick with this! -Gracie
“Homeless people are some of the most vulnerable people in society with the Tories’ austerity programme,” added another activist. “They’ve cut Shelter’s funding. Crisis are in crisis. There’s more people on the street, more people using food banks – and you have businesses installing anti-homeless spikes. It’s a really degrading way to treat human beings.”
“Few people have the wisdom to prefer the criticism that would do them good. To praise that deceives them.” -Ruby Dee
I love everything about how you did life. And that steez tho?! Rest in love mama Ruby!
There is no harm in acceptance: Going back to acceptance its truly a gift for one to assent to the reality of a situation, recognizing a process or condition despite negative or uncomfortable feelings attached to it. From my view black hair is as historically significant to black culture as black skin and we need to do more without attempting to change or protest it. I am in no position to speak as a parent since my son died before time, however we all know who Blu’s parents are, so Blu’s hair appears to be no accident or grand conspiracy theory. It appears exactly as her parents see fit and they clearly feel no responsibility in explaining its condition to anyone. I believe that we as humans feel distorted perceptions of ownership over others experiences based on how we would do things or what we’ve done in similar situations; as if our experiences somehow ‘qualify’ us or make us more respectable as keepers of the culture just because it’s us. Each rebuttal about this babies hair seems inappropriate and at most deems her parents choices as irrelevant and pathological. Mostly each concern about her hair is based on ‘aesthetics’ not actual facts of its quality. To me Blu Ivy’s hair is perfect and frankly she should never comb it. -Gracie
“She was very proud of me. I was like, ‘Thank you, Mum, for accepting the fact that I’m a transgender.’ And same with my sister, she told me that she was proud of me and respects me by calling me handsome and calling me her little brother now, and I love her for that.’ One of the most non-judgmental articles out there about Jay.
Read article here-http://www.theroot.com/blogs/the_grapevine/2014/06/r_kelly_s_child_comes_out_as_transgender.html?wpisrc=mostpopular