There Was Something About Seeing…

2017-09-29

Yep I saw them, the photos are over 20 years old but I finally saw the Charlize Theron Playboy photo-spread: In fact it’s not like I didn’t know that Theron had posed for those photos early in her career, I just wasn’t interested in seeing them before.  So when Hugh Hefner passed away; I don’t know, but I felt that it was as good a time as any. To tell…

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You’ve Got To Be Kidding Me….

2017-05-13

How in the world did I miss the announcement of this? I will tell you exactly how.  See what had happened was that the  election of our first Orange Orangutan/Human hybrid for president has got me all twisted up in the head. I mean almost everyday there is some scandal (Or at least I think it’s a scandal because of the hyperbole spewing Washington D.C. talking heads and media WONKS….

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CoverGirl Model Under Fire for ‘Racist’ Ebola Joke

2017-02-17

When CoverGirl announced its first male spokesmodel in James Charles, he was hailed as an inspiring figurehead for the diversity-in-beauty movement. Having sent out the tweet on Thursday morning, four hours later Charles had deleted it after it was met with backlash.   CoverGirl Model Under Fire for ‘Racist’ Ebola Joke Leah Prinzivalli 2 hours 27 minutes ago   James Charles (Photo: Getty Images) When CoverGirl announced its first male spokesmodel in…

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Really?…Black People…Really?

2016-11-27

Okay, is she damn cute or what? She looks biracial, yet she says that she is white, so who am I to argue? Okay, whatever. Model: Emily Bador Model: Emily Bador Emily Bador “deeply and sincerely” apologizes for participating in cultural appropriation. Model: Emily Bador In a world where cultural appropriation is real, Blackhair magazine has a lot to be sorry for: A white model is now apologizing for being…

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Khoudia Diop. Senegalese model.

2016-10-26

“I’ve had to learn to love myself more every day.” – Khoudia Diop Bullies, GTFOHWTS! Khoudia Diop is a 19-year-old from Senegal who has faced bullying throughout her life simply because of the color of her skin. “I was picked on by other kids, when I was a bit younger because [of the darkness] of my skin tone,” she told The Huffington Post. “But this is something that is actually…

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