this is only the truth when i say that black people are the MOST judgmental people I’ve ever come across. They go hard for trayvon martin but will turn around and hashtag #lightskin #darkskin. They could be 95% african american and 5% puerto rican and have the audacity to claim they’re latino or latina. And I’m not saying they don’t have a right to claim what they are but if you go out of your way not to claim a major part of yourself then you have a problem. the self hate is real in my culture.
exspresso: hey, i was just wondering, can you please link me to the website where you got your clear clutch? or the shop that you got it from? xx
hi, i got it from nastygal.com for about $30 but im not sure if its still there. but i found a seller on etsy who makes them in many diff colors that looks exactly like mines http://www.etsy.com/shop/9September?ref=l2-shopheader-name
For the rest of your life you are now going to feel what its like to be a black man in America.
You will feel people stare at you. Judging you for what you think are unfair reasons. You will lose out on getting jobs for something you feel is outside of your control. You will believe yourself to be an upstanding citizen and wonder why people choose to not see that.
People will cross the street when they see you coming. They will call you hurtful names. It will drive you so insane some days that you’ll want to scream at the top of your lungs. But you will have to wake up the next day, put on firm look and push through life.
I bet you never thought that by shooting a black male you’d end up inheriting all of his struggles.