Mae Jemison, a Nina Simone, a Joyce Bryant (since folks love to call her the “black Marilyn Monroe”), a Judith Jamison, a Ruby Dee and the likes of such iconic black women gone and still amongst us?
Yet and still, folks like Mariah Carey, Kelly Rowland, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj and more have shouted her out and emulated her like she was Harriet Tubman setting us free or something. Not to bring anybody down, but I’m sour about the idea that some of our sistas might know more about Monroe than they do a Rosa Parks or Lorraine Hansberry or any of the other black women I mentioned earlier who opened so many doors for us.
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So, it’s the first of the month of February and you know what means don’t you? But anyway…Then, this morning while looking through my e-mail, I was asked to view a new music video by new Femme C (female lyricist) Brianna Perry called of all things, “Marilyn Monroe.” In the video, the black female rapper has long a long blonde lace front, and in a few scenes has a fake Marilyn Monroe beauty mark above her lip and by her cheek. She was a beautiful woman who I’m sure brought a lot of light and joy to people’s lives and maybe even taught folks to be comfortable with their curves. However, I don’t understand why so many black women seem to be enamored with her days. But psych my mind, because so many celebrities get dressed up like her on the cover of magazines and in music videos to try to emulate her sex appeal and aura (I’ve seen Nicki Minaj, Amber Rose, Rihanna, and Jennifer Lopez don the same wig that looks like Monroe’s hair in “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes”), buy portraits of her face and shout her out in their tracks.
on the dot, I was kind of confused to learn through the gossip mill 15 minutes later that Rihanna spent 0,000 on a Swarovski crystal-adorned portrait of Marilyn Monroe. But I’m saying, my niece could have drawn one for her and bedecked it in macaroni for the low low.
She’s cool and all, but I think that with all the wonderful and talented women we have in black culture from the past and the present, we need to jump off the Marilyn bandwagon and start giving love to and emulating the people who look like us (and stop trying to look like her) and gave so much so that we could freely sit wherever on buses, have the chance to be famous singers and actresses and walk through integrated halls pretending that Marilyn Monroe is the end-all, be-all. webs,single females, SEX DATINGmeeting singles,find romance,match maker,single date, Mature SEX PERSONALS 2, abilene, tx, akron, oh, ADULT alaska, intercourse 3,albany, ny, Date albuquerque, nm, allentown, pa,amarillo, tx, ann arbor, mi, appleton, wi, asheville, nc, athens, ga, atlanta, ga, auburn, al, augusta, ga, austin, tx, bakersfield, ca,baltimore, md, FREE baton rouge, la, beaumont, tx, bellingham, wa, bend, or, "FREE" birmingham, al, bloomington, il, SEX DATING bloomington, in, boise, id, boone, nc,for,boston, ma, boulder, co, brownsville, tx, buffalo, ny, burlington, vt, calgary, ab, cape cod, ma, carbondale, il, ADULT DATING 2 cedar rapids, ia,central jersey, nj, , chambana, il, charleston, sc, FREE charlotte, nc, charlottesville, va, FREE chattanooga, tn, !chesapeake, va, chicago, il, chico, ca, online 2 cincinnati, oh, cleveland, oh, college station, tx,"Mature" ating colorado springs, co, FREE 2 columbia, sc, columbia/jeff city, mo,columbus, ga, Datecolumbus, oh, corpus christi, tx, corvallis, or, SEX PERSONALS , , dallas/ft.Today (Saturday, January 21, 2017) was outrageously wonderful and powerful.Seeing the love and the power of equality in the hundreds of thousands who attended the Women’s March on Washington was electrifying.