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"When I got back to school from learning how to braid hair in Kenya, I also decided it was going to be my side hustle. I was going to make some money braiding people’s hair. So I went through the great trouble of creating a poster but I just didn’t have the heart to charge anyone so my friends would make appointments with me and I would spend the weekend braiding their hair, and I just couldn’t charge them so I never made any money from it." — Lupita Nyong’o for Vogue [x].
An interesting take on the Ice Bucket Challenge sweeping social media as it relates to current social crises faced by the United States.
Why do we make fun of Drake for actually knowing how to love someone properly? As a culture, I guess men being verbally affectionate is a bad thing?
… It’s weird.
I feel like shit like this helped create a toxic culture of masculinity; of niggas who care being weak. It’s even in the music. It’s in the way we interact with one another. What we expect from one another.
Niggas who can’t feel don’t approach women properly. Niggas who can’t feel expect to do the bare minimum and feel they deserve a woman, rather than earning her respect/admiration.
Not placing fault or blame on anyone, but this is a problem we should probably stop feeding.