Fond but not in love


20, college, muslim, Ⓥ
I enjoy photography, doodling, music, films, fruits, and vegetables.


lovelyandbrown:

kinkynproud:

africanfashion:

Amanda shares: Last week while in the grocery store, our 5 yr old daughter Macy, home from Ethiopia almost three years, grabbed the latest issue of “O” magazine off the rack and yells, “MOMMA, LOOK! THIS LADY HAS BIG HAIR JUST LIKE ME!”. Made me (and everyone else in line) giggle. Love that my girl is proud of her big, free hair!
Source
Representation in the media matters!!!

awwwww!

what a sweet moment.

lovelyandbrown:

kinkynproud:

africanfashion:

Amanda shares: Last week while in the grocery store, our 5 yr old daughter Macy, home from Ethiopia almost three years, grabbed the latest issue of “O” magazine off the rack and yells, “MOMMA, LOOK! THIS LADY HAS BIG HAIR JUST LIKE ME!”. Made me (and everyone else in line) giggle. Love that my girl is proud of her big, free hair!

Source

Representation in the media matters!!!

awwwww!

what a sweet moment.

The Light in Her Eyes (2011)

(Source: slumkitty)

Making my way through my Nana’s book shelves . Getting familiar

Making my way through my Nana’s book shelves . Getting familiar

Ramadan Prayers . Peace in the midsts of chaos .

Ramadan Prayers . Peace in the midsts of chaos .

A new woman writer that I have fallen in love with @farahgbz ❤❤ #identity #faith

A new woman writer that I have fallen in love with @farahgbz ❤❤ #identity #faith

wait for it .. 

wait for it .. 

(Source: king-of-the-casuals)

God-like

shermeanuhh:

He looks like a muscular descendant of a Spartan warrior
except that he doesn’t really
but he holds my hand while he drives
& pulls my hair at the roots
so that makes him God-like to me

manufactoriel:

White Patty You Dont Shine, 1987-88  by Carrie Mae Weems 

manufactoriel:

White Patty You Dont Shine, 1987-88  by Carrie Mae Weems
 

8 Good Reads On Black Women And Photography, As Photographers and/or Subjects

gradientlair:

(I originally posted this on my photography blog Drift Sojourn.)

Photography in the social media age often means minimizing or ignoring the role of race/gender and more in the lives of both photographers and (especially) subjects. This is something that people (like me, as a Black woman…

Don’t show boys your favorite songs they’ll poison them with their lies and empty promises. Keep your bands to yourself.
—I can’t listen to the red hot chili peppers without feeling sick.  (via loviely)