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10 Reasons Why 2016 Was The Ultimate #BlackGirlMagic Year

Black girls have been slaying since the beginning of time, but in 2016 #BlackGirlMagic hit a new level. Our unapologetic achievements as entrepreneurs, activists, writers, and, more, were positive shining lights of space-taking resistance and inspiration.1. Detroit-based high school student activist Taylor Amari Little. This year, Little founded The Temple Project,…See More
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10 Reasons Why 2016 Was The Ultimate #BlackGirlMagic Year

Black girls have been slaying since the beginning of time, but in 2016 #BlackGirlMagic hit a new level. Our unapologetic achievements as entrepreneurs, activists, writers, and, more, were positive shining lights of space-taking resistance and inspiration.1. Detroit-based high school student activist Taylor Amari Little. This year, Little founded The Temple Project,…See More
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Men Have The Right To Be Vulnerable - Toxic Masculinity Hurts Everyone Involved

Over the past few years, the social movement that once worked to dismantle labels evolved into one where everyone's identity seemed to be defined by the box they fit into. My box happens to be "cis-gendered, heterosexual female." That means I agree with the gender I was assigned at birth and I am attracted to members of the opposite sex, at least that's how it was explained to me by folks who are more educated on the subject of gender identity than I am. I have always loved "masculine" guys,…See More
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10 Reasons Why 2016 Was The Ultimate #BlackGirlMagic Year

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Black girls have been slaying since the beginning of time, but in 2016 #BlackGirlMagic hit a new level. Our unapologetic achievements as entrepreneurs, activists, writers, and, more, were positive shining lights of space-taking resistance and inspiration.

1. Detroit-based high school student activist Taylor Amari Little. This year, Little founded …

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Men Have The Right To Be Vulnerable - Toxic Masculinity Hurts Everyone Involved

Posted on December 12, 2016 at 2:36pm 0 Comments

Over the past few years, the social movement that once worked to dismantle labels evolved into one where everyone's identity seemed to be defined by the box they fit into. My box happens to be "cis-gendered, heterosexual female." That means I agree with the gender I was assigned at birth and I am attracted to members of the opposite sex, at least that's how it was explained to me by folks who are more educated on the subject of gender identity than I am. I have…

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Why are women shamed for their body hair while men are praised for beards & other tufts?

Posted on December 5, 2016 at 12:14pm 0 Comments

In 2016, you wouldn’t think of addressing body hair that naturally grows, yet the continuous negative stigmas and harmful stereotypes have brought more issues to light than just the “look,” or shaming women who choose not to shave, but bring forth internalized damaging emotions to girls and women who feel they have to shave in order to be “accepted,” among society.



Lately images of the female genitalia have surfaced with captions (usually by males) stating…

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UK digital project Motherhood Reconstructed is celebrating Black mothers and hosting its inaugural panel “Debunking the Strong Black Woman” next month in London!

Posted on November 8, 2016 at 1:00pm 0 Comments

Motherhood Reconstructed is an organization committed to celebrating motherhood in all its forms and the Black women at the forefront of raising the next generation of thinkers, movers, and shakers. Women are simultaneously reduced to the singular role of mother and homemaker, while still being erased in our discussions of mental health, personal development, and representation in the media. No one Black mother is alike, but somehow they’re treated as a monolith, even with…

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