This blog is dedicated to uplift and inspiring black girls/young black women of all shade. To promote black girl positivity unlike what the media portrays us to be. After all we are flawless. Here you will find things regarding the black people so it might not be for everyone.I do not own any of the picture I post, unless I say otherwise.
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Asker imsammarie Asks:
You love All girls except white girls 😞
thoughtsofablackgirl thoughtsofablackgirl Said:

prettyboyshyflizzy:

i aint say all that, i love errybody but as far as dating

i just love my black queens shawty but luckily there’s tons of lame self

hating black dudes out there for u, do a twitter search for terms such as

"eww darkskin"

"i hate natural hair"

"black girls are ghetto "

"i dont like black girls"

BUT WAIT THERE’S MOREE!!!!!!!

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critically acclaimed hits such as

"why don’t they wear weaves"

but they cant make up there mind so we also have

"why do they wear weaves"

"white girls winning"

and my personal favorite

"chance the rapper makes good music"

I wouldnt be a good salesmen if I didn’t show you the product so lets try it out

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lets try for another result

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ahhh here we go

found the first 3 potential bachelors for u

For the low low price of 3 installments of your pride and dignity

you can be well on your way to finding u a coon black dude who loves snowflakes

happy hunting

and dont forget to tell em flizzy sent ya for a whopping 30 percent off the suggested retail price

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WOW!! what a deal my heads gonna explode

GADZOOKS!!! 

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HOW COULD ANYONE PASS UP THIS AMAZING OFFER

Its available for a limited only so call now

1(888)-whitegirlswinning

or

our toll free number 763-thatsmyniggatshirtshalfoff

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what are ya waiting for

Which will you be seeing Zane Addicted or El James 50 Shades of Grey?

anill-followedplan:

this really is a perfect example of a few things that are extremely common for Black people:
1.  code switching.  yes, Black people communicate and relate to one another differently than they do with White people.  This is learned behavior.  It has to do with combating white privilege in this country and having to assimilate in order to be labeled as socially acceptable, professional, polite, etc.  Another good example of this is one I got from both a family member in the military and nilesheron (hopefully he doesnt mind me sharing this).  Both talked about how they had to stop drinking Hennessy because of the way they were viewed at work functions.  Both started drinking scotch or sticking to beer.  Why? Because Hennessy is a “Black man’s drink” and therefore inappropriate.
2.  Black communities emphasize and value familial relationships among their members.  Play cousins, and play brothers, and older men sayin “what’s up baby?” when they bump into each other, and women sayin "hey sis" and President Obama embracing Kevin Durant are culturally specific practices.  They are important. They are valuable.  And they are one of the few areas you can look at and find pure Black culture and love.

anill-followedplan:

this really is a perfect example of a few things that are extremely common for Black people:

1.  code switching.  yes, Black people communicate and relate to one another differently than they do with White people.  This is learned behavior.  It has to do with combating white privilege in this country and having to assimilate in order to be labeled as socially acceptable, professional, polite, etc.  Another good example of this is one I got from both a family member in the military and nilesheron (hopefully he doesnt mind me sharing this).  Both talked about how they had to stop drinking Hennessy because of the way they were viewed at work functions.  Both started drinking scotch or sticking to beer.  Why? Because Hennessy is a “Black man’s drink” and therefore inappropriate.

2.  Black communities emphasize and value familial relationships among their members.  Play cousins, and play brothers, and older men sayin “what’s up baby?” when they bump into each other, and women sayin "hey sis" and President Obama embracing Kevin Durant are culturally specific practices.  They are important. They are valuable.  And they are one of the few areas you can look at and find pure Black culture and love.

(via babycakesbriauna)

september-alsina:

we can straighten it. Puff it up. make it curly. wavy.

we can do anything.

So miss me with that “bad hair” bullshit.

(via reverseracism)

Lupita for Elle France.

Comment ya twitter name so I can follow.

The only Fancy song I recognize is by Drake.

"nails done, hair done, everything did
oh you fancy huh”

Asker Anonymous Asks:
"wtf is my hair texture"... princess. your hair texture is princess
thoughtsofablackgirl thoughtsofablackgirl Said:

weloveblackgirls:

Princess hair lmfao

kingofhispaniola:

fckyeahprettyafricans:

Nigeria

vineforlife:

Make sure you ALWAYS greet african parents w/asapLKG , PEGO WILL

I got an asswhooping once for not telling my Uncle Hi..

all the shit haitian parents would do

citizins:

This weekend I had the great time, live painting in New York during the @Face2FaceAfrica Event. I was bless to meet and present the wonderful Alek Wek with one of the paintings I completed. I want to thank @Face2FaceAfrica for the opportunity. #AlekWek

thehaititheydontshowyou:

Carnaval Des Fleurs 2014 Day 1 Part 2

thehaititheydontshowyou:

Carnaval Des Fleurs 2014 Day 1 Part 1