Thickest Black women are coming back in trend and hopefully, it stays this time. In today’s complex environment of sharing information, Black women are slowly waking up to the fact that they no longer have to hide their natural beauty.
They are learning to embrace their beauty and be proud of the fact that they are not only the first humans on this planet, but they are also the most suitable human beings for planet earth.
I have my reasons, & if I laid them out here, we’d all be dead, plus ten yrs. by the time I finished. Uhhh, you get the point. A long (windbag, wordy) time. Given that, in no possible way does that detract from my opening statement that ALL & yes, I mean it, all black women are BEAUTIFUL! The thing that I find puzzling tho’ is why girls of lighter skin berate your darker/darkest sisters? Ever hear the saying… different strokes for different folks?
(And)to think that girls of darker skin are humiliated to bleach their skin to look white, or at least to be lighter? Really? Y’all do realize that bleach is a toxic chemical, that your skin is your body’s largest organ & finally…bleach does not remain topical. That it will reach the body’s internal organs including your bloodstream?
We are all different for a reason. Imagine how boring the world would be if we all looked alike? Six billion clones, all acting, sounding, thinking, looking the same? Gad zooks! How long until we all went insane? Thin lips, thick lips, sharp nose, fat (broad) nose. Straight hair, natural hair, wavy hair, afro. Are we dissing each other out of jealousy or envy?
Be who you are, love who you are, appreciate the differences & don’t befriend anyone who says to be cool you need to look different than the way you look. If you want to change your looks, style, make-up…Whatever, do it for yourself, only. And, stay away from bleach, except to clean! Not to lighten your skin.