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Born in 1993. Foxy fat ass girl all day. Read my About Me page in the links below or you'll regret it. I don't appreciate follows from any appreciation/bbw/fap blogs. Fuck off. INSTAGRAM: iridessence

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bigbeautifulblackgirls:

model is @marvalousbrown
dress from @shopluxevain Luxe Vain Boutique
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Anonymous asked: do you agree with the post on kanye's lyrics?

I’m having trouble seeing it any other way tbh

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Anonymous asked: You're sooo pretty, I've never seen a picture of yours upclose until you posted this last one and let me tell you, you slaaaaaaaaaaay!

Lol I have a tagged/me, if you want to see other pictures

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isaywrd:

yasssssss to the Hair and the Glasses lol
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:) :)

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Anonymous asked: I'm a black girl and I know it has to do with the degrading of black hair and lack of positive representation on natural hair. But it seriously annoys me to know that yt people only can type our hair as nappy. In the derogatory way. Black people especially learn through representation of yt people and their hair, different words to describe it. Even when it can apply to us. we can type yt hair as wispy, limp, frizzy, silky, flat, tame, straight, curly. We get nappy. Not coily. Not kinky. Nappy.

Right, they have all these words to describe their own hair poetically, but as soon as it’s us, it’s nappy. Or if it’s white hair that looks too unruly, it’s a “fro” or some shit.

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peonygoodchild:

prettyblackpastel

Model and Blogger Nikia Phoenix for CurlDuchess/KisforKinky
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Anonymous asked: maybe i'm just dumb but i thought nappy is the word you use to refer to when you don't pick or comb your hair so it just kind of balls up, especially in the back of the head?

It is also a word for just a kinky hair texture, sometimes derogatory depending on who is using it and how. It’s not the worst thing in the world he could have said but it’s just not really his place to be using it especially when he’s never heard me use it.

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Me:  I wish the weather was this beautiful when I was outside earlier.
White boy:  you got rained on?
Me:  yeah
White boy:  oh. Did your hair get all nappy and stuff?
Me:  ... ... ... uh.. I mean it's like that either way. That's just the texture
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Anonymous asked: my friend (white) called herself a g*psy in conversation so i told her calmly that that was racist. she flipped the fuck out on me and then thru text i tried to explain to her that i wasnt attacking her? just pointing it out, like ive done before when someone says does something wrong. i was surprised to see her act that way cause she cares about these things too but she told me i'm too insensitive and i need to stop correcting people. if i don't she doesnt want to be friends with me. (cont)
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Anonymous asked: (cont) i want to just make her understand that that was wrong, period. and that im not going to not call people out and just move on with our friendship but it doesnt seem like thats gonna happen. and i'm also worried our other mutual friend (my only other friend) wont want to hang out with me anymore because of this. do u have any advice?

I’m afraid i do not. It’s a tough situation and can really change a friendship and that’s the part that sucks about calling out people who are close to you. I’m not sure what to tell you. D:

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black-boys:

Joshua Williams by Rosella Vanon | Pause Magazine #6