: Since you like yarn braids a lot, have you ever thought about just locing your hair? Just curious.
Nope! I like yarn braids because I can remove them and have my afro!
I haven’t stopped eating since 12 today. Idgaf
Why must something always happen to me?!? #wonderswillneverend #trauma #ihatemen
Met him yesterday and he was super nice…..and a little confused. Alas, we got booked for different shows.
That one time I plucked all the tulips on my campus and piled 2 garbage bags worth in my room. I did it every year. I seriously wanted to be known as the Tulip Bandit.
Anonymous: Hi Yagazie, love your personality shown through your amusing comments and interesting pictures :). Btw what happen to your sisters tumblr 'uwafulamiro'?
Thank you so much, dear! And honestly, I have no idea …..
Anonymous: I don't know if you've read Americanah by Chimamanda Adichie. With the little i know about you its amazing how practically everything about the main character Ifemelu relates to you kind of (maybe its just me). You should read it if you haven't. I love your personality still.
Thank you! I will def look into it!
The man in the picture is Rachid Nekkaz, a French-Algerian businessman living in France.
He heard about the niqab ban in France. Then he announced that he will pay all fines for women who wear the niqab - not just in France but “in any country in the world that bans women from doing so”.
He opened a fund of € 1 million. Then he said, “My sister, go out free wherever you want and I will pay the fine for you”
2013 @ 20:41 / 20922 / Permalink
In 1960, Garanger, a 25-year-old draftee who had already been photographing professionally for ten years, landed in Kabylia, in the small village of Ain Terzine, about seventy-five miles south of Algiers. Garanger’s commanding officer decreed that the villagers must have identity cards: “Naturally he asked the military photographer to make these cards,” Garanger recalls. “Either I refused and went to prison, or I accepted.
“I would come within three feet of them,” Garanger remembers. “They would be unveiled. In a period of ten days, I made two thousand portraits, two hundred a day. The women had no choice in the matter. Their only way of protesting was through their look.”
Read more: http://lightbox.time.com/2013/04/23/women-unveiled-marc-garangers-contested-portraits-of-1960s-algeria/#ixzz2RUaQLNXJ
2013 @ 12:15 / 3989 / Permalink
Haven’t figured her out yet. And that’s the joy of it. #stuckart #mesketch #freetime #floralart