Yess, I’ve BEEEENNN on tumblr! Thanks love!!
So glad I decided to go out tonight, which is relatively rare for me. Had a blast celebrating my friend’s birthday simply because I decided to have zero expectations for the night.
My favorite part of it all was getting lost in deep conversation for about 2 hours with this Argentinian man whose friend came over to me baffled that we had been talking for so long because, well, homeboy had only started to learn English about 8 months ago.
Naturally, the night wouldn’t have been complete without me ending everything awkwardly by going for a kiss on the cheek and he was aiming for my lips and then I aimed for his lips and he aimed for my cheek and then htkr.gfb,jfbdfuck.
I just put up this quote on my Facebook page and had a man respond to it basically stating how the same applies to men and questioning why it has to be along female lines.
I’m sharing my point of view AS A WOMAN and it is not my job to include the perspective of men for the sake of political (??) fairness.
And I’m tired of it.
Mention a negative black experience.
White folks: But it happens to us, too!
Mention a negative woman’s experience
Men: But that can happen to us, too!
Mention a broke life experience
Rich folks: I’ve been there before though!
No. By all means, feel free to share your personal experiences/opinions, but do not think that by you sharing similar (kind of) experiences that it automatically makes everything equal. And in my case, if you’re not a person of color, you’re not a woman, you’re not broke, don’t try and relate. You can share and we can sympathize with one another, but I will make you take a seat if I tell you (for example) that I’ve been hungry for a long ass time and you start talking of the one time in your life that you got peckish.
Walgreens is selling Shea Moisture products online for $4.99!!!!!
*scrambles and falls over*