"BIG BOOB B*TCH" by Dai Burger (prod. Mighty Mark)
this is for all the girls who are big girls that don’t have a skinnier middle than their butt and thighs
the ones whos bellies hang over their underwear
who’s waist size is thicker than their shoulders, butt, or anywhere else on their bodies
who’s boobs are bigger than their butts, they have curvy lumps on their backs, muffin tops, chicken legs, thick arms and smaller bodies, no boobs, no butt, all middle, whatever.
you’re loved too. don’t forget that.
Anonymous said: Please could you explain why what Raven said was problematic? Sorry :S
“I’m tired of being labeled. I’m an American. I’m not an African-American; I’m an American.”
“I mean, I don’t know where my roots go to. I don’t know how far back they go…I don’t know what country in Africa I’m from, but I do know that my roots are in Louisiana. I’m an American. And that’s a colorless person.”
“I don’t label myself. I have darker skin. I have a nice, interesting grade of hair. I connect with Caucasian. I connect with Asian. I connect with Black. I connect with Indian. I connect with each culture.”
Basically she’s yet another prominent black person that fails to see that labels, such as those that differentiate between race, gender and sexual orientation are not the problem. People are different, and it’s okay to acknowledge that. The fucking problem is when systems are in place to treat people with certain labels as less than human, or people refuse to understand or learn about these differences. Labels, when used properly, are really a great tool that help people appreciate and learn.
In the case of gender or sexuality, it’s much more fluid than race. Those work differently and you might feel that your identity doesn’t fit/need a label, but that’s why umbrella terms such as queer or gender non-conforming exist because you understand that while your sexuality or gender isn’t really able to be labeled, it is not the “norm”— so you label it accordingly.
There’s no one who’s race non-conforming because race is a different thing, so this whole “i’m not black/african american/we’re all human” or whatever kind of bullshit is just a flowery and poetic (albeit increasingly cliché) way to say “i’m ignorant because i’m writing off the dynamics of race without even having tried to educate myself thoroughly on it first.” Because when you educate yourself on it, you tend to know better and not say ignorant shit.
Sexually Enlightened R&B Song
This ish had me screaming lmfao!!!