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Beautiful, Community, and Fall: We just want to love, and be loved, just as everyone else does." "Trans women are women and our rights are simply human rights "You need to not be an ally but a warrior bi-trans-alliance: These Joyful Photos Celebrate The Beauty Of Trans Women “As we celebrate Pride, it’s important to remember that trans women of color including Marsha P. Johnson, Sylvia Rivera, and Miss Major Griffin-Gracy were at the forefront of the movement. As model and activist KhrystyAna puts it, “This is Pride month; a month we would not have without trans women of color.  Yet, despite half a century of progress, trans rights still fall behind those of others in the LGBTQ+ community, with trans women of color remaining the most vulnerable members of the queer community.“ KhrystyAna teamed up with photographer Amanda Picotte, model Seana Steele, and stylist Guvanch (all four of whom are part of the LGBTQ+ community) to create this photoshoot celebrating trans women. T he photos are part of the KhrystyAna’s Real Catwalk Project, dedicated to throwing out conventional beauty standards and championing inclusivity. Thirteen trans women, including Steele, posed for photos wearing high fashion pieces in pink, blue, and white to represent the Trans Pride Flag. The 13 women featured are Daniella Carter, Alexandra Lee, Daria Dee, Mojo Disco, Jasmine Infiniti, Alana Jessica, Jari Jones, Shay Neary, Jazmine Shepard, Seana Steele, Garnet Rubio, Angelica Torres, and Nicki Vrotsos. The photos are beautiful and joyous — very different from how the media typically portrays trans women.” (read more) TomboyX Essentials Soft Bra LC, $32 $21.99, available at TomboyX.com; TomboyX Boy Shorts, $25 $18.75, available at TomboyX.com
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Crazy, Facebook, and Fail: Add Friend A fellow melanated creative recieved this deliberate discouragement in his tumblr inbox...what's crazy is...I can't really say that anonymous is wrong though. #Sad #P0C #WherelsTheSupport Ananymous s... you know ur kickstarter is going to fail, right? tumblr and the rest of the world doesn't care about visual novels featuring black people nearly as much as you seem to think they do. just look at how little notes your little project gets. Like Comment Share EN OF 2AL blackmoonbabe: askhimemiyaanthy: feminismdoneright: I’m going to point out some weird things about @projecttrinity‘s upcoming visual novel “Women of Xal” in relation to this site. 1) It’s an upcoming Kickstarter bound otome game that very obviously is PoC / People of Color WoC/ Women of Color centric. We’ve got a bi female lead with several romancable women. And it’s in a harsh matriarchal society ready to give some brutal parallels to our own. Being helmed by a very capable and snarky Black writer. The two programmers are women. The artists are women. The singers are women. One of the animators is a woman. AND THERE’S TANGIBLE QUALITY TO IT! I thought we’ve been asking for more projects like this for years now. But Tumblr has been the most quiet of the four sites it’s updating on??? (Youtube, Facebook, LemmSoftForums, Tumblr)  2) How are hateful anons finding this project before everyone else? Why are we letting Black creatives feel like the anon has a point about Tumblr not caring? Isn’t this site notorious for propping up content like this? Where are my feminists at?! Like, I truly get it: Most of you will have only just heard of this. And Tumblr didn’t make it easy in the first place. Tags and timing are madly important. But so are reblogs and follows! You’re reading this now - there’s nothing truly stopping you from showing that anon the middle finger. For every time WE DON’T JUST ‘HEART’ A CREATIVE’S POST and reblog/follow their content, we prove hateful anons like this wrong. And every time we prove them wrong, we send an encouraging message to other minorities who want to share their passions with the world, but face that uphill battle. And hey, the writer clearly has faith in this site still: You can find out more about the project here. Or, better yet, follow, and support the team here! (Bonus Note: If you’re someone who has been reblogging a lot of content from this team as well, cheers, fellow sisters! 3) Something unrelated, but, please help support! :)  Tumblr’s pretty good about ignoring black creators, hell alot of black people on tumblr are pretty good about ignoring black creators. Which really goes to show you most of the folks on here are just being performative for good noodle stars and aren’t really about anything.

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4chan, Confused, and Disney: Women often complain that they are not represented at the tops of highly challenging fields such 39:16/1:01:50 The Truth About Frozen Stefan Molyneux Subscribe 183,805 1,615569 170,912 Like About Share Add to Published on Jun 4, 2014 Stefan Molyneux unpacks the truth behind the Walt Disney animated movie Frozen. The film tells the story of a princess who sets off on an epic journey alongside a rugged mountain man, his loyal pet reindeer, and a hapless snowman to find her estranged sister, whose icy powers have inadvertently trapped the kingdom Show more Top comments Stefan Molyneux via Google+ 1 month ago I love this. You totally kinda ruined frozen for me but i really enjoyed this a lot more than the actual movie. And you really got me thinking about a lot. Being an attractive young woman, I understand what is like to be seen as nothing more than a sex doll. I also know what it is like to use that to my "advantage" to "get over" the system. HELL I even know what it is to suffer mental illness, only to be told bu my parents to ignore it. HOWEVER, despite all of this I feel like I have learned more lessons from everything that has happened in my life. Thank you so much for posting this. Honestly I want to make a difference in the world, and I looked to people like you to sort of guide me in the right direction. THANKS SO MUCH Show less Reply 981 Hide replies NewChannelsFTL 1 month ago Did you really just pretend to be a girl in your own comments section? This is beyond hysterical Reply 70 Charmy Char 1 month ago I'm confused... did Stef repost this from a private comment or something? Reply 23 Megahypercat 1 month ago No stef you are a man. Sorry. I think he finally cracked! Reply 33 Jonathan Latkowcer 1 month ago Oh my God. Did you actually try to post a fake comment pretending to a be a woman who likes your work? You're beyond pathetic, Molyneux Reply 30 misandry-mermaid: gayobamafanfiction: blorgblorgblorg: maxofs2d: Hahaha “Men’s Rights” activist and self-proclaimed philosopher Stefan Molyneux pretends to be a woman posting a positive comment on his own video “debunking” Frozen but completely fails at account switching amazing Men do things like this a lot I never want to stop thinking about this.

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Bodies , Police, and Sex: Support trans rights with Charity Pot O LUS Be an Ally of trans-supportive groups like: Beliove everyone doserve the same rights, regardless of gender identity? Us too. Here's how you can help: INEAK oup LUSH to be a More than 80% O Transgender people of colon of murdered tran people in the U.S are trans women of color. trans, it intersects with other types of discrimination too. Based on r to the 2015 US. Transgender people of color and broader patterns of than white Tips for trans and non-binary allies to trans voices rd arn re the experts on hoir an ally n learin wt assume you can tellt Transgender and non-biary may not appear to be trans o Don't tolerate disrespect Whether it's hurtful language, remarks or jokes, call it out if it's inappro Seek out other allies iwe most het hvesvery who will upport you in this etfort. Be careful about disclosure and outing espect pronouns hared their gender identohy w y, dorit tell chers.Ne an invasion of prvacn can aso have that can be ntolerant of gender differencesss ust ask! Then use that pronoun Not sure which pronouns and encourage to correct it and move on someone uses? J others to do so. It's okay if you make a mistake-just be sure only wond w der-neutral language Be patient with those questioning their gender identity words and phrases are oten genderets unnessessaty, B Oing terms ssegenders and exclude people. Coee ng genteor inclusive language likehi tends or welcome tokstea everyday ke "hi guysor addressing a group with wecoeas and we A person who's questioning their gender as they find out what's best for them. being respectful of their names, pronouns and bodies. identity might shift back and forth Be kind and respectful-this includes emen gender Keep it appropriate Don't police public restrooms olks about their genitals, surgical status or sex res. Botom wouldn't ask a cisgender person, don't ask a trans person ethe Recognize that gender-variant people may not match the signs on restroom doors. If there are no all-gender bathrooms available, offer to accompan trans person to the bathroom in a buddy system, so they're less vulnerable. missjamiekaye: Y'all!! LUSH is doing a trans rights event with “How to Be a Trans Ally” information booklets, charity items and everything.
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Bodies , Police, and Sex: Support trans rights with Charity Pot O LUS Be an Ally of trans-supportive groups like: Beliove everyone doserve the same rights, regardless of gender identity? Us too. Here's how you can help: INEAK oup LUSH to be a More than 80% O Transgender people of colon of murdered tran people in the U.S are trans women of color. trans, it intersects with other types of discrimination too. Based on r to the 2015 US. Transgender people of color and broader patterns of than white Tips for trans and non-binary allies to trans voices rd arn re the experts on hoir an ally n learin wt assume you can tellt Transgender and non-biary may not appear to be trans o Don't tolerate disrespect Whether it's hurtful language, remarks or jokes, call it out if it's inappro Seek out other allies iwe most het hvesvery who will upport you in this etfort. Be careful about disclosure and outing espect pronouns hared their gender identohy w y, dorit tell chers.Ne an invasion of prvacn can aso have that can be ntolerant of gender differencesss ust ask! Then use that pronoun Not sure which pronouns and encourage to correct it and move on someone uses? J others to do so. It's okay if you make a mistake-just be sure only wond w der-neutral language Be patient with those questioning their gender identity words and phrases are oten genderets unnessessaty, B Oing terms ssegenders and exclude people. Coee ng genteor inclusive language likehi tends or welcome tokstea everyday ke "hi guysor addressing a group with wecoeas and we A person who's questioning their gender as they find out what's best for them. being respectful of their names, pronouns and bodies. identity might shift back and forth Be kind and respectful-this includes emen gender Keep it appropriate Don't police public restrooms olks about their genitals, surgical status or sex res. Botom wouldn't ask a cisgender person, don't ask a trans person ethe Recognize that gender-variant people may not match the signs on restroom doors. If there are no all-gender bathrooms available, offer to accompan trans person to the bathroom in a buddy system, so they're less vulnerable. missjamiekaye:Y'all!! LUSH is doing a trans rights event with “How to Be a Trans Ally” information booklets, charity items and everything.
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Apparently, Bones, and College: nerdy @nerdyasians Following Female doctors from India, Japan, & Syria who finished their education as physicians in Philadelphia, 1885 Retweets Likes 1,563 2,566 Black Marvel Girl @BlackMarvelGirl Follow HIDDEN FIGURES needs to be an unofficial umbrella franchise immediately nerdy @nerdyasians Female doctors from India, Japan, & Syria who finished their education as physicians in Philadelphia, 1885 Likes 231 Retweets 156 eatingcroutons: black-to-the-bones: Each one of these women has an amazing story to tell, but we know nothing about them. This history is hidden from us, because they are women of color.  Their names are Dr Anandibai Joshi, class of 1886; Dr Kei Okami, class of 1889; and Dr Sabat Islambooly, class of 1890.  Dr Joshi was the first Indian woman to earn an MD; her Wikipedia page has the broad details of her life story. She argued that she should go to medical school due to “a growing need for Hindu lady doctors in India”, and was apparently the only student with the stomach to last through a demonstration autopsy of an infant. She died of tuberculosis in 1887, aged just 21 years old, but was such a remarkable figure that her first biography was published in 1888; since then there have been multiple biographies, a novel, a play, and a Hindi serial about her life. Drexel University has quite a few more documents about her in their archives. Dr Okami was the first Japanese woman to earn a degree in Western medicine from a Western university; she also has a Wikipedia page which gives an overview of her life. Among other things she was appointed to head the gynaecology unit at Jikei Hospital in Tokyo, but resigned after Emperor Meiji visited the hospital and refused to receive her because she was a woman. Dr Islambooly is the least well-known; her life was mostly undocumented after she returned home to Syria as the country’s first female physician. She was apparently a Kurdish Jewish woman who later moved to Cairo, where she died in 1941. Here’s an article about their medical school, mentioning some of the other pioneering women who attended it.

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Doug, Love, and Martin: OUTLANDER THOR: RAGNAROK STRANGER THINGS STRAIGHT FROM COMIC-CON, WE'VE GOT SIZZLING SCOOP FROM THE CASTS P. 32 oF AUGUST 4, 2017 #1476 THE NEW STAR TREK EXCLUSIVE REPOR INSIDE THE 12-YEAR MISSION TO BRING POP CULTURE'S MOST BELOVED FRANCHISE BACK TO TV AND TO BOLDLY GO WHERE NO WOMAN HAS GONE BEFORE BY JAMES HIBBERD DOUG JONES, SONEQUA MARTIN-GREEN, ANTHONY RAPP & MARY WISEMAN OUTLANDER THOR: RAGNAROK STRANGER THINGS STRAIGHT FROM COMIC-CON, WE'VE GOT SIZZLING SCOOP FROM THE CASTS P. 32 AUGUST 4, 2017 #1476 WLEUEK 2^ 0 THE NEW STARTREK EXCLUSIVE REPORT INSIDE THE 12-YEAR MISSION TO BRING POP CULTURE'S MOST BELOVED FRANCHISE BACK TO TV AND TO BOLDLY GO WHERE NO WOMAN HAS GONE BEFORE BY JAMES HIBBERD JASON ISAACS, MICHELLE YEOH & SHAZAD LATIE AUGUST 4, 2017 #1476 0 OUTLANDER THOR: RAGNAROK STRANGER THINGS THE NEW 8 STRAIGHT FROM COMIC-CON, WE'VE GOT SIZZLING SCOOP FROM THE CASTS P. 32 STAR VE REPOR INSIDE THE 12-YEAR MISSION TO BRING POP CULTURE'S MOST BELOVED FRANCHISE BACK TO TV-AND TO BOLDLY GO WHERE NO WOMAN HAS GONE BEFORE BY JAMES HIBBERD SONEQUA MARTIN-GREEN AS MICHAEL BURNHAM 5 love-order-chaos-repeat: 221cbakerstreet: entertainmentweekly: Set Phasers to Stun Star Trek: Discovery is boldly going where no woman has gone before, and it’s the franchise’s boldest and most woke series yet. Go behind-the-scenes of the dramatic struggle to return Star Trek to the small screen. WOMEN OF COLOR FRONT AND CENTER EVERY COVER!! THIS LOOKS AMAZINGGGGGG

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College, Crazy, and Family: TELS BLACK& BROWNKIDSTHEYCAN BEANYTHINGWITHACOLLEGE DEGREE DENIES THEM FUNDING TOGET A COLLEGEDEGREE reverseracism: alexbelvocal: black-geek-supremacy: fullpraxisnow: what-did-you-do-to-my-drink: dismantlexsjwsxfeminism: well this is horribly ignorant… how is the united states denying them funding? black and brown people benefit from affirmative action that allows them to get into college easier lol No fucking kidding. The high school I graduated from, people of color pretty much just had to ask and boom free scholarships. Whites at this school? Not so much… “Think there aren’t enough scholarships benefiting white students? Think again. […] [W]hite students receive more than three times as much in merit-based grant and private scholarship funding than students of color. White students receive more than three-quarters (76 percent) of all institutional merit-based scholarship and grant funding, even though they represent less than two-thirds (62 percent) of the student population.” – Study: White Students More Likely to Win College Scholarships “According to a 1995 study, there are at least six million women — the overwhelming majority of them white — who simply wouldn’t have the jobs they have today, but for the inroads made by affirmative action (Cose 1997, 171). […] Although the gains to American women from affirmative action have extended in varying degrees to women of all colors, white women find themselves today in significantly better economic shape than women of color. In 1993, for example, the median income for white women was 16% higher than for black women, and the median white family income was 45% higher than that for black families (Bennett 1995).” –  Is Sisterhood Conditional? White Women and the Rollback of Affirmative Action They tried it tho They always do I’m willing to bet the people of color who got scholarships were more intelligent then the white People since they were being offered scholarships like crazy, but white People can’t seem to fathom that they’re not as smart as they think they are.
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Memes, Michael Bennett, and join.me: Seahawks' Michael Bennett Vows to Donate His Endorsement Money to Charities That Help Minorities @balleralert Seahawks’ Michael Bennett Vows to Donate His Endorsement Money to Charities That Help Minorities – blogged by @LoveRubyWoo ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ SeattleSeahawks defensive end MichaelBennett has consistently been one of the most outspoken players in the NFL when it comes to protesting racial inequalities and promoting social justice. To prove that he’s not all talk, Bennett is taking action and putting his money where his mouth is. The NFL veteran has promised to take all of the endorsement money that he will earn this year and donate it to charities, specifically ones that help minorities. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Bennett’s endorsement money will go towards charities that focus on empowering women of color and helping minority communities, particularly in the area of education. He also plans on using fifty percent of the proceeds from his jersey sales to fund inner-city garden projects. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ “I was inspired by ChanceTheRapper to ‘think bigger’ when he pledged one million dollars to Chicago kids and their school system,” Bennett said in a statement. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ “So, I’ll be joining him by investing in the future of our youth. The system is failing our kids, and it will be up to the community and our leaders to help keep the hope alive by focusing on improving our education system and the future of our kids. Any company that decides to invest in me, just know that you’ll be investing in opportunities and providing inspiration for these families — many who feel unnoticed or go unmentioned.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ While Bennett’s efforts will undoubtedly go a long way in making a difference in the community, he knows that one person can only do so much. As such, he is encouraging his peers to follow in his footsteps. “I’m asking all professional athletes to join me by donating a portion of your endorsements this year to a cause of your choice. We can make a difference. It’s up to us to help plant seeds of hope and help fuel the future.” ballerificcharity

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Memes, Taraji P. Henson, and Outlook: Katherine Johnson, age 98, on stage with Janelle, Taraji, and Octavia at the Oscars. Incredible #Hidden Figures #Oscars 1 KatherineJohnson, one of the NASA research mathematicians portrayed in the Oscar-nominated film "Hidden Figures," received a standing ovation at the Academy Awards on Sunday. Johnson, portrayed in the movie by Taraji P. Henson, worked for NASA as a research mathematician for more than 30 years, according to NASA's website. Appearing at the Dolby Theatre, Johnson, now 98 years old, thanked the crowd for their support.Johnson was instrumental in Alan Shepard's journey to become the first American in space and in John Glenn's mission to become the first American to orbit the Earth. She, along with the other women of color in the program, dealt with segregation in Jim Crow-era Virginia where NASA's Langley Research Center was located. Johnson didn't anticipate the success she would find at NASA, telling the Los Angeles Times that she "did what we were asked to do to the best of the ability." "I was just excited to have challenging work to do and smart people to work with," she said. Johnson has said she approves of her portrayal in the film."Go see 'Hidden Figures,' and take a young person," she told the Los Angeles Times last month when asked how to get more women and people of color involved in STEM careers. "It will give a more positive outlook on what is possible if you work hard, do your best and are prepared." 17thsoulja BlackIG17th blackexcellenceinacting🎬

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Memes, Whitney Houston, and Sang: At the age of 11, Whitney Houston started performing as a soloist in the junior gospel choir at the New Hope Baptist Church in Newark, where she also learned to play the piano. . She spent some of her teenage years touring nightclubs where her mother Cissy, a gospel singer, was performing, and she would occasionally get on stage and perform with her. . In 1977, at age 14, she became a backup singer on the Michael Zager Band's single Life's a Party. . The following year, at age 15, Houston sang background vocals for Chaka Khan and Lou Rawls. . In the early 1980s, Whitney started working as a fashion model after a photographer saw her at Carnegie Hall singing with her mother. She appeared in Seventeen and became one of the first women of color to grace the cover of the magazine. . She was also featured in layouts in the pages of Glamour, Cosmopolitan, Young Miss, and appeared in a Canada Dry soft drink TV commercial. . Whitney had previously been offered several recording agencies (Michael Zager in 1980, and Elektra Records in 1981), but her mother declined the offers stating her daughter must first complete high school. . In 1983, Gerry Griffith, an A&R representative from Arista Records, saw her performing with her mother in a New York City nightclub and was impressed. He convinced Arista's head Clive Davis to make time to see Whitney perform. . Clive Davis was impressed and immediately offered a worldwide recording contract which Houston signed. Later that year, she made her national televised debut alongside Davis on The Merv Griffin Show. . Her debut album, Whitney Houston (1985), became the best-selling debut album by a woman in history. . She went on to become one of pop music's best-selling music artists of all-time, with an estimated 170–200 million records sold worldwide. . She released seven studio albums and two soundtrack albums, all of which have diamond, multi-platinum, platinum or gold certification. . RIP, Whitney Houston. Today marks five years since her passing. . JerseyStandup BlackHistory BlackExcellence excellence

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Bad, Check Yourself, and Fuck You: Sarah C @sarahsellaphix Dear fellow white women: we have a bad habit of self destruction. We have to stop aligning ourselves with white men. 11:14 AM 10 Nov 16 VIEW TWEET ACTIVITY 3 LIKES 1 RETWEET Sarah C @sarahsellaphix We are not 'one of the guys' socially or politically. They have and will actively try to ruin our lives.. They only care about us whe... 1d Sarah C @sarahsellaphix 1d ...it suits them. And our alliance with them HURTS NON-WHITE women. This is key! Women of color lead the way. They know how to fight. Sarah C @sarahsellaphix If you don't care about non-white women, first fuck you. Second you are just hurting yourself. 1d Sarah C @sarahsellaphix I'm ashamed most white women went for Trump but that's only our most recent act of violence. 1d 2 Sarah C @sarahsellaphix 1d White women: get your fucking shit together. Sarah C @sarahsellaphix If you're a white woman uncomfortable with this kind of call-out, check yourself. We don't require acknowledgment of basic human decency. 4:08 PM 10 Nov 16 VIEW TWEET ACTIVITY Sarah C @sarahsellaphix 20h There's a reason WOC mistrust us. If you don't like it, BE BETTER. And they've been telling us this for years. But if you won't listen ... Sarah C @sarahsellaphix ... to them, first fuck you, second listen to me, then: WOC mistrust of WW is founded. We need to get 20h sorted. softwhorecore: she-kicks-she-throws: Dear fellow white women: we have a bad habit of self destruction. We have to stop aligning ourselves with white men. We are not ‘one of the guys’ socially or politically. They have and will actively try to ruin our lives. They only care about us when… …it suits them. And our alliance with them HURTS NON-WHITE women. This is key! Women of color lead the way. They know how to fight. If you don’t care about non-white women, first fuck you. Second you are just hurting yourself. I’m ashamed most white women went for Trump but that’s only our most recent act of violence. White women: get your fucking shit together. If you’re a white woman uncomfortable with this kind of call-out, check yourself. We don’t require acknowledgment of basic human decency. There’s a reason WOC mistrust us. If you don’t like it, BE BETTER. And they’ve been telling us this for years. But if you won’t listen … … to them, first fuck you, second listen to me, then: WOC mistrust of WW is founded. We need to get sorted. I’m not going to tell Trump voters to unfollow me because I want this kind of post on your timeline. Wake up. The sort of white ally I fuck with.
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Abc, Memes, and Prince: blackmattersus Bullied 8-Year-Old Boy Tried to Scrub the Brown Off His Skin As Sue confronted school officials about the incident they said SHE MADE IT ALL UP. When she came back home after security: "I'm serving you over the phone. You are not to step foot on TUSD property, the school or the district ever again in your life or your son. If you do you will be arrested," N'Goransaid the school security guard told her. N'Goran was charged with interference with an educational institution, according to sister outlet ABC 15. He's been bullied by these children calling him oa dirty n-word Saying that he's brown only because he's so dirty that he Can't get clean So he IISCrub himself he in the bathtub andscrub his skin frying to get the brown off of him Asking me Why did you make me brown if you knew i was gonna get bullied? Dear men of color: you are kings. Your skin was kissed by the sun goddess. Your skin is outrageously beautiful. Your skin, soft to the touch, your skin, a beauty to look at, you in a whole, a king, a prince. Your skin isn't a burden. Your skin is a crown. It shines bright. Love your skin for how it is. Don't hate it for what it's not. Dear women of color: you are so beautiful. Your skin, glazed by the sun goddess, she blessed you. Your skin is your gorgeous cape, which leaves people in awe. Your skin, a beautiful shade, isn't a burden. Your skin isn't a disease. Your skin is unique in its own way. Your skin shines bright. Don't try to get rid of it because people torment you. You are queens. Do not let anyone else try to ruin your glory. -Phoenix (@transboys.diary )

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