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Shot, Edited & Directed kwa Geno.tv muziki kwa Jason "Spanky" Edwards & Nana Kwabena
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wewe are beautiful
black women
ten things i want to say to a black woman
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from a man
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 Calvin and Hobbes in their club GROSS: Get Rid Of Slimy girlS
Calvin and Hobbes in their club GROSS: Get Rid Of Slimy girlS
So, hello, I’m Dragonclaws. I have a good-sized interest in gender equality and examining sexism and such. I’ve stumbled across these gender-related klabu about Being a Woman and Being a Man. Going from one to the other, specifically from Being a Woman to Being a Man, the stark difference is quite stunning. I find the differences between the two klabu to distinctly represent the cultural divide between the two gender groups, and as an extension to represent the forms of sexism developed kwa our society.

First of all, let’s examine the Avatar used kwa each club. The Avatar used to represent...
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Yesterday I slept and I dreamed I was a princess
I dreamed of the power of an educated woman
in the times of knights
And I don't mean what we used to do: embroidery, imba au drawing
no, but to that ancient art that barely lingers between us now,
to make man believe that he is the one who take the reins
We didn't have the freedom to be indomitable, but we have been secret.
We domed the king with kisses and planned alliances and revenge in our beds.
In my dream, my mother, the Queen, taught me to be gentle, to appear submissive but to be daring in secret as far as God would allow me.
To play with my...
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