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it’s pretty common for people discussing rape culture within feminist discourse to conveniently leave out disabled girls, but this is just a casual reminder that disabled women are far more likely to be sexually assaulted, abused or raped than able-bodied women. on top of that, 50% of deaf girls and 54% of deaf boys have been sexually abused or assaulted. so please stop leaving us out of your discussion about rape culture.

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Uzo Aduba at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards 

I’mma need more people to talk about how Uzo slayed at the Daytime Emmys this year. Not only was she fucking flawless on red carpet with that stunning red dress, she won “Outstanding Guest Actress” for her role as Suzanne in OITNB. Talk about it, dammit lol!


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Throwback Pics of Jesse Williams



i bet there are some girls from high school who didn’t give him the time of day and are regretting it lol

okay but is that his brother though?

Yummy…. :)


Asker Anonymous Asks:
What are some good curly hair products?
thoughtsofablackgirl thoughtsofablackgirl Said:


the products that work best on your hair sometimes depends on your ‘hair type’ like if you have looser (aka type 3) curls, or tighter (type 4) coils.

But the products that i would recommend are:

Shea moisture coconut and hibiscus line- these products are good for curly hair, the shampoo isn’t harsh so you don’t get that horrible dried out feeling that sometimes comes after shampooing.

Shea butter (raw): this stuff is amazing. I’m not sure about type 3 hair (because it’s quite oily and thick) but i’ve tried it and although the smell isn’t very nice, you can mix in some essential oils of your choice. 

kinky curly products: i’m yet to try this brand but a lot of people love their products and reviews are mostly positive. I really wanna try the knot today.

Mixed chicks: the brand may be geared towards ‘mixed chicks’ but it definitely is not exclusively for mixed people. The products are kind of expensive but people of all curly hair types seem to like them.

eco styler gel: this is popular in the natural hair community. some people are not very big fans of gel; but others find it useful for laying down edges, etc.

those are all i can think of atm; hope this helped :)


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Asker Anonymous Asks:
All you really need to clean your vagina is water since it's self cleaning. That's all I use now and I used to have a problem with odor but having since used water every day my vagina smells like nothing now, just sayin
thoughtsofablackgirl thoughtsofablackgirl Said:

Thank you. You’re right, our vagina’s are self cleaning, but sometimes even with water, our vagina’s still have natural odors, some have unnatural odors that they can’t seem to shake. These kinds of videos are just ideas of things you can do to make sure that your hygiene is on point.

Thanks :)


GIRL TALK: Stank Control (Hygiene): I’ve been searching for a good video for days to share with our followers. I know that personal (vaginal) hygiene is an iffy topic, but we all have to have it. I think that this video is very funny and informative with its ideas. It can get confusing and overwhelming trying to learn your body, but it’s so worth it.

Please note that I am not trying to sell or encourage certain products, just to show that there are options.

If you have personal questions about feminine hygiene, feel free to send a private message. I’m all ears and ideas.




When you’re dancing to reggae and singing with your friend in the car. :)


Yaaass gawd this weave on point

Yaaass gawd this weave on point

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