An actual tignon or just a scarf? If it’s a scarf, I say rock it 1950s style, which I find very cute. If it’s a tignon, I’d say no because there’s a lot of cultural history there and I’ve never seen a tignon on any person who is not Black. I’m African-American and my great aunt’s family are deeply connected to their…
I would just use a scarf.
Can you find a style of head wrap that’s not associated with specific religions or ethnicities? How about an Old Hollywood scarf with winged sunglasses and red lipstick to match?
Early morning. Me wake up. Knock knock knock—the pee in my bladder.
And then he went on to say, “Buenas tardes” to Rep. Grijalva, “Ciao ciao” to Rep. Napolitano, “Woof!” to Rep. Labrador, “’sup?” to Rep McEachin, “Auf Wiedersehen” to Rep. Radewagen, and just shrugged in Rep. Gohmert’s direction.
Updated Thursday, March 15, 2018, 1:20 p.m. EDT: Rihanna, reigning queen of the Clapback (it’s literally a lip color on her Fenty beauty line, for God’s sake), had some words for Snapchat after an awful ad appeared on the app asking users if they’d rather “Slap Rihanna or punch Chris Brown.”
what the fuck yall really
I know a lot of cisgay men who watch as well. It’s not just women.
Hell. Yes. The Daily Show’s Hasan Minhaj, a hilarious, well-coiffured man who both my Dadaji and I adore (though perhaps for slightly different reasons), will be the first Indian-American to host a weekly comedy show.
Imagine saying this after being publicly shamed for having an online affair with a known rascist?! I am still baffled at how you could possibly show your face after that? It certainly shouldn’t be surprising that this person says something rascist again right?!
Pretty crazy how many people are perfectly okay with a rascist rascist sympathizer just chilling out with them because they are nice to them. It’s not like the NY times didn’t just hire and fire somebody in the same day over practically the same thing.
The Vatican newspaper L’Osservatore Romano apparently has a women’s magazine, and apparently, they are not fucking around.
I think with our life insurance policies in the mix, my wife and I are each others most valuable assets. Capitalism sucks.
+1 Quiver full.
When I asked my wife to marry me I said, “will you be one of my most important assets?” Who could resist such romance?
I haven’t read it but I believe Edwidge Danticat wrote her latest book The Art of Death as a response to her mother’s passing.
This sucks. I really like his work and we really need more Native American writers. They don’t all have the same audience as Louise Erdrich.
So so so incredibly disappointed. I’ve been reading his latest book to as a guide to get through the loss of my mother and now I have to stop. As a black woman it’s starting to feel like we can only trust other WOC. If anyone has heard of a book about grieving your mother by a woman of color let me know!
Eve Tuck’s response is spot on. At this point, it seems like it’s not aberrant behavior but rather just one of many possible options for men look to gain power.
Not to nitpick, AB, but your section could use an editor..