SO LET ME GET THIS STRAIGHT.
Beyonce has been on a 123-show tour since March. She kicked off 2013 singing the National Anthem at the inauguration and then performed at the Super Bowl. And in between taking care of her small child and Instagramming her every bowel movement she somehow found time to secretly record an entire album PLUS 14 music videos and NO ONE leaked any of it to the world? Meanwhile I have a shelf from ikea that’s been sitting unfinished in a corner since May.
girl scouts are letting in trans girls and letting girls replace God with whatever they want in the pledge, also they use cookie income to support abortion and LGBT agendas
boy scouts are just now allowing gays in, officially in january, but gay leaders are still banned and they’re talking about segregation on camping trips, with gays and straights in different tents. also they still ban atheists,
girl scouts: 10000 boy scouts: 0
I keep seeing these ignorant posts about why Beyonce can’t or shouldn’t be seen as a role model and/or Feminist. What I haven’t seen is someone asking women who we want to be our role models or feminist icons.
Feminism means I get to decide for myself.
You don’t get to dictate who my heros are…
- beyonce's publishing team: how are we going to promote your new album
- beyonce: i'm beyonce
- beyonce's publishing team: tru
Anonymous asked: How do u feel about the black community as whole compared to other races and cultures?
I’m not sure what you mean by that. I assume you mean something negative. As if you want me to point out the negatives of the black community and compare it the positives of other cultures and ethnic groups.
I love my vibrant community, my rich culture and deep heritage. My people have been oppressed by structural and cultural inequality maintained by a capitalist racist patriarchal society.
Blackness and black bodies have been continually degraded and dehumanized. Blackness and black bodies have been continually sexualized, criminalized and victimized. Blackness and black bodies have been under the boot of systematic oppression and discrimination but yet you want me to compare it as a whole to other races and cultures.
And we still surviving, still smiling, dancing and still fighting. I feel pretty damn good about that.