The Independent Woman

WAIT! Don’t ignore this. I know the topic of a woman having independence and flaunting it when, where, and how she chooses doesn’t seem too interesting. And yes, there is a predictable Beyonce/Destiny’s Child reference. But you’re obviously already reading this and a quitter never wins…so you may as well continue.

Whether you’ve only seen them portrayed as characters in movies or on T.V., read about them in books, or had to do a history project on what may now be considered a dying species, the “Independent Woman” is someone who has not existed without much controversy. Whether she wanted to vote or buy her own bottle of Moet with the sparklers in the club, someone usually has something to say about it. And there within lies my confusion…

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Tweet. Aretha. Yes.

This man is great.

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lord-kitschener:

imjustaboywithadream:

you’re irrelevant because this

He has my vote.

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“My paintings supersede my own conscious thoughts and I’m constantly playing an intellectual game of catch up with myself.”- Kajahl Benes

….The last photo is called “Going HAM in Babylon.” 

Genius

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First Lady Michelle Obama looking absolutely beautiful at 2012 White House Correspondents Dinner

First Lady Michelle Obama looking absolutely beautiful at 2012 White House Correspondents Dinner

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teambigkrit:

PHONTE “Life Of Kings” ft. EVIDENCE & BIG K.R.I.T.

#lowkey I’ve listened to this song at least once a day for months now.

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A Tale Of Two Hoodies - a controversial painting by artist/activist Michael D’Antuono. 

Inspired by the Trayvon Martin case, this painting symbolizes the travesty of racially profiling innocent children and how present day prejudices affect policy.

A Tale Of Two Hoodies - a controversial painting by artist/activist Michael D’Antuono

Inspired by the Trayvon Martin case, this painting symbolizes the travesty of racially profiling innocent children and how present day prejudices affect policy.

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