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HomageCollage: Lauryn Hill, “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill”

🔊❤️Today 1998 – Lauryn Hill influenced neo-soul with the release of “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill,” her solo debut album – Album debuted at no. 99 on the American iTunes Albums Chart, and on which has spent a total of 159 days – Album peaked at no. 28 more words


Pimpocracy to Pachamama

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Men fall for me.

I am their fantasy.

They see my eyes.

They love my smile.

They love my accomplishments.

I’m different, they say.

A wise womxn once said: 209 more words

Why Transwomen Have Earned Their Seat at the Table

This is not the first time I have written about PoseFx, the most significant television series to make its way into the pop culture psyche in recent history. 1,406 more words

What in the Name of Caucasity is Going On in South Africa?

Plastic surgery  and cosmetics might have started out as a way of finding solutions for certain medical conditions, but it has ended up being a billion-dollar business – especially in Asian countries. 1,099 more words

Millennials are a misunderstood generation. This needs to change for the future of the country.

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Ever since I was a child and halfway able to understand politics, the media has, without fail dubbed every presidential election “the most important election of our time.” The election of 2020 is one that is actually worthy of that distinction. 675 more words

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