I think that my skin complexion has played a part in other’s acceptance of my natural hair. I never thought about it until I saw that post that said afros are only acceptable on light skin girls.

And I notice people like to downplay my hair texture, I have very tightly coiled (4type/nappy) hair yet they will say, “But your hair is not like THAT.” Or try to give me reasons to contest why my hair is not that kinky, even though my hair is??? 

la-rinascente:

Instead of leaking celebrity photos we could leak pdf versions of college textbooks? Idk just an idea

Lol ppl who say, “I like ___ that you’re wearing or that you did but I’d never be able to pull it off or I can’t do it or I’m too lazy,” are annoying.

I don’t really care about the second part of the sentence, what do you want me to say? If you feel like you can’t, you can’t. That’s none of my business. Just give the compliment so I can say thank you and go about my day.

Over time his life story gained mythical touches: he was born in secret, he miraculously survived being cast off down a river in a basket, he was loved by the goddess Ishtar (the Akkadian name for Inanna), and so on. His was a life to idolize and, for kings, to emulate. More than fifteen hundred years after his death, the stories of Sargon’s deeds continued to be told.

Excerpt From: Amanda H. Podany. “The Ancient Near East: A Very Short Introduction.” Oxford University Press, 2014.

Why they lied and said this happened in Egypt?

eatcleanmakechanges:

I just wanna really cuddle tho ❤️

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