Shaker…

Janelle Monáe Janelle is the true artistic embodiment of black feminism, her sound, style and repertoire represent the oppressed, underrepresented and neglected minorities in society. She is signed to Atlantic record but has also founded Wonderland Records where artists such as Jidenna debuted their African inspired music and style which is also geared towards the emancipation…

How To Not Feel Worthless When You’re Jobless

6 TIPS TO LIVE HARMONIOUSLY AMONG WORKERS    1. Never say you tired , especially if you’re amongst a bunch of nine to fivers, infact anyone who had to be woken up with an alarm clock for work that day. It just won’t make sense, usually that comment will be followed by silence or a “what made you…

You’re Not An Instagram Bad bad…

You Didn’t qualify To Be An Instagram Baddie?   What to do once you’ve realize you can never be an Instagram baddie. Baddie definition: A uniquely angled facial structure that produces flawless, modelesque, like garnering pictures, every time it’s posted. This is usually marked by a handful of followers after every selfie you post.   Right so…

He Took My Virginity

Series: MIND YOUR LANGUAGE    Why do we say he took my virginity? Out of all the words and sentences a woman could use to describe her first sexual encounter “he took my virginity ” is used to describe something that’s meant to be shared , experienced and enjoyed. What often plagues me with this…

Shaker …

Princess Nokia A young, powerful,truthful and intelligent young woman challenging the status-quo. In her song Tomboy (link below), Princess Nokia doesn’t ask, or question womens standards of beauty and social acceptance, SHE TELLS YOU, with lines such as “with my little titties and my phat belly, i could take your man if you finna let…

Perfect in incompleteness 

We often rush to set ourselves in stone, to be the same person we were yesterday, to know at the drop of a hat who we are in every instance and situation…often failing to realize that’s when we stop growing? That’s when we actively limit ourselves  If you went to bed with a “singing in…