Yearly Archives: 2018

4 Tips on Staying True To Your Personal Style + Outfit Post

Staying true to my personal style has been a very difficult process; there was a point in my life I felt that I didn’t know myself and certain insecurities defined my personal style and it’s that not what it’s supposed to be about? Your style is supposed to reflect how you’re feeling and where you are. That’s why personal style…

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Let’s Talk About The Standards Of Female Friendships.

Female friendship is a type of relationship that when spoken about is associated with hate, envy, jealousy, and betrayal. I’ve been to several states and went to about 4 secondary school so I’ve made a lot of “friends” that I’ve had to let go of over time. There was pain in loosing contacts and realizing there’s nothing to talk about…

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Are Feminists Fake For Not Proposing To Their Partners?

 was reading one of the most amazing Essay I’ve read that was authored by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie titled Dear Ijeawele, or a Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen suggestions. This book was a letter in response to a friend of Chimamanda who asked how to raise her daughter, Feminist.  I learned so much from this book that I will be breaking down…

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Discussing An Under-reported Torture To Girls – Breast Ironing

I wish we didn’t live in a world where girls have to physically and psychologically abused to feel safe and still not be safe. Breast Ironing/ flattening is self-explanatory really, it is the ironing or flattening of the girl child’s breast by pounding and massaging of a girl’s breasts, using hard or heated objects, to try to make them stop developing…

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The Part Of Acne No One Talks About – My Acne Depression Story

“It appears that acne is a lot more than just skin deep,” she said. “It can have a substantial impact on overall mental health.” – NYtimes Your face is worse than someone’s disease is unarguably the worst thing I’ve heard about my acne and the statement that lead me to the deep acne depression. I started having pimples when I was…

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