Are you someone who gives up and quits? Is failure not an option for you? Do you try too hard? When someone hurts you, do you make them prove their love? Does your passion drive you? Can you forgive those who hurt you? Would you consider yourself a innovator? Are you a giver or a taker?
I love the infinite shades of a woman’s skin.
There are so many different pigments and highlights; all are beautiful. From pink pale to blue-black, every shade should be uplifted for its uniqueness, not broken and shamed.
As a Black woman, I cannot ignore the Memes and cyber bullying against women who are dark-skin.
If we all could start living by these words, we would see more unity in this world.
Why do you doubt yourself?
Do you not possess the tools to be perfectly you?
From head to toe, each part of you perfectly designed to be an impact in this world.
You are all you need to be to become all that you desire.
There are so many words that I can share in regards to the importance of this post, but I think reading it provides enough insight to its purpose and value.
Thank you Scottish Muslimah for speaking out against the stereotypical discrimination that Muslims face, and for creating such an insightful post!
You are such a strong advocate, and I appreciate your voice and your purpose in educating those who have a bias against Muslims!
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“I’m sorry.” They said. For the umpteenth time. It occurred to them that, in fact, they had nothing to be sorry for but if they didn’t say it, life would be much harder.
I’m sorry that innocent people all over the world have been killed.
I’m sorry that the killers associate themselves with my religion.
I’m sorry that these terrorists groups are somehow being funded and are able to exist.
I’m sorry that people have been marginalised and ostracised to the extent that they were able to be radicalised.
I’m sorry that Muslims who are killed by terrorists get little to no coverage in the media.
I’m sorry that you don’t understand my religion.
I’m sorry that you think I am responsible for any act of terror because people who carry out those acts claim to follow the same religion as me.
I’m sorry that you don’t…
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“Where after all, do universal human rights begin? In small places, close to home – so close and so small they cannot be seen on any map of the world. Test they are the world of the individual person; the neighborhood he lives in, the school or college he attends; the factory, farm, or office where he works.
LADYHOOD journey advocates for women, challenges them to be more than what popular culture defines them to be, and uplifts all women to be the best version of themselves!
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Today I want to jump right in and talk about this new blog I came across. The author goes by the name of Pinkspen and the name of the blog is LADYHOOD. LADYHOOD advocates self-love, peace and equality for all women. The reason I love this blog so much is because if anyone knows me, I am one for all of us to unify and help one another instead of berate and bully each other. As Pinkspen introduces herself and gives the run down of what her intentions with her writing are, she also establishes that she wants to first and foremost be a mentor to women who would seek her advice.
“Talking to a stranger, someone who does not know you (a mentor), can reveal those inadequacies that those closest to you, cannot. I want to be that mentor for you!” Pinkspen said in her blog.
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Equality means Equality!
Equality means love.
Equality does not me agreeing…
Equality means acceptance of difference.
Equality means speaking out against injustices for those outside of your cohort!
Wednesday, March 8, 2017… International Women’s Day is here! Today is about action. What will you do to honor women? A theme that was created, in admiration of women, so #BeBoldForChange and use your voice, your mind, your body to spread the love and respect for all the women who struggle in this male dominated society.