A South African based web series is tackling the topic of Black women and sex head on in their candid conversations. Mmabatho Montsho, a South African actress, produced “Women on Sex” to explore the impact of sex in the everyday lives of South African woman, but many of her honest talks impact Black woman across the world. The latest installment of the 10-part series discusses Emancipating the Vagina and Rape Culture. In talks of freeing a woman’s private parts, ladies can be seen discussing common sex myths attached to frequent sexual activity. “I heard that you could tell a girl has too much sex by the amount of cellulite on her thighs. So, I used to workout so hard… so people don’t accuse me of having sex,” said South African actress Masasa Mbangeni.
PopSugar Honors Traditional African Face Painting But Tells White Readers Not To Wear It
…PopSugar published a slideshow titled, “9 Tribal Makeup Tutorials That Honor the Beauty of African Culture.” The post showed several makeup tutorials inspired by traditional African face paint. Its author, Brinton Parker, noted to PopSugar readers: “Remember, it’s important to respect others’ backgrounds without erring on the side of cultural appropriation — if your heritage is not African, it’s possible to learn from and appreciate these culturally significant makeup looks without donning them yourself.” …It’s interesting to see PopSugar show appreciation towards the tradition now when the majority of their content revolves around euro-centric beauty standards.
Bun B Talks Kicks Matching Candy Paint On Whips
Bun B is not only a souther rap impresario, he’s also an avid and noted sneakerhead. So when he talks Air Jordans, it’s best you take heed. “People still look at MJ as the best of the best,” Bun B told BET’s How to Rock Kicks. “And they still look at his shoes as the best of the best well. It’s about being associated with somebody great. This Thursday (August 27), BET.com will be streaming the How to Rock Kicks Fashion Show live at 7pm ET from Milk Studios in NYC. Guest appearances are set to include Fabolous, Casey Veggies, and Pusha T.
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