So I was at a night club the other night working an event and the vibe was overall pretty decent. My co worker and I were standing by the bar watching the crowd and this woman walks by wearing a beautiful gaudy neck piece. My co worker reaches her hand out touches the woman’s necklace and squeeks over the loud music “like Oh my God, that is so pretty!” The woman looked down at her neck and up at my co worker like “WHAT THE HELL” but then just kept it movin. My co worker turned to me and was like “oh my God, did you see her necklace it was so nice. I told her but she didn’t give a f%” The only thing I could do was shake my head and laugh. Some time ago I read something Nayyirah Waheed posted and it touched deeply on appropriation. Her post spoke about non poc feeling entitled to touch or make comments about poc and when they don’t get the response they were hoping for they become the victim in the situation. I just wanted to say thank you @Nayyirah Waheed because it is you who brought light to a matter that often occurs in my everyday life. It is you who put the microphone up to my shy mouth giving me the confidence to say “NO you cannot touch my hair” or “I choose to wear my hair like this because I want to, to you be your way and to me to be mine” Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
There is life after love. There is a tomorrow after today.
are girls still pretending they don’t masturbate?
Is that a thing? Get to strumming ladies.