A couple (any two people)
Otters are people, too.
Anonymous asked: I would like to say that as a man that the anxiety caused by the pressure of being expected to be able to "get" with a woman/girl is probably the most impeding force against my ability to talk to her.
Men should have more discussions with one another about what manhood means to men. It NEEDS to happen.
So people think the Heel-less shoe is a new thing? That Lady Gaga was the first to bring them to life?
really? THINK AGAIN~!
Lemme Tell you about Celia Cruz (A Cuban salsa Singer/Dancer from the 1950s) and her breathtaking "one of a kind" Shoes.
Celia Cruz was one of the most popular salsa dancers/singers in her time she earned twenty three gold albums and was known as the “Salsa Queen” and “The Queen of Latin Music” as well as "La Guarachera de Cuba".
Her career started in 1950 and ended in 2002, she died of brain cancer in 2003.
for one, these shoes, unlike the heel-less today doesn’t have major bulk in the front to keep the weight their, this woman was walking and dancing on her toes and not falling on her bum like most girls do today (mind she probably did, but practice makes perfect).
in their Time These shoes seemed as through she was walking on air, floating off the ground where only her toes were able to touch the ground, as if they were the only thing holding her down instead of floating away.
people were mesmarized by these, both past and present.
and in Frances Negrón-Muntaner’s Chapter 4 section in “From Banana to Buttocks” called “Celia’s Shoes” brings wonder to it all really. The whole chapter of the book is about her shoes and how influencing she was and they were in the United States and Latina media culture. really this man’s words are so passionate about the shoes it’s amazing.
seriously this woman was pretty cool, and her shoes were one of a kind in that era.
not to mention those shoes are now at the Smithsonian
Celia LOVED shoes!!!! That was one thing that was discussed after the Celia, The Queen screening. Those who knew her said she had specially designed shoes from her one shoe guy.
@Lupita_Nyongo , The 31-year-old Academy Award winner for 12 Years A Slave lands her first big endorsement as the face of the French luxury brand, saying she’s proud to push the idea that “beauty shouldn’t be dictated,” but rather be “an expression of a woman’s freedom to be herself”
Oscar-winning actress Lupita Nyong’o’s breakout year just keeps getting better. The 31-year-old actress is the new face of Lancôme cosmetics, becoming the first black ambassador for the French luxury brand.
“I am truly honored to join the Maison Lancôme, a brand with such a prestigious history that I have always loved. I am particularly proud to represent its unique vision for women and the idea that beauty should not be dictated, but should instead be an expression of a woman’s freedom to be herself,” Nyong’o said in a statement.
Lancôme is Nyong’o’s first major endorsement deal since nabbing the Academy Award for best supporting actress in early March for her role in 12 Years a Slave. She joins a host of other famed Oscar-winning actresses as ambassadors for the brand, including Julia Roberts, Penelope Cruz, and Kate Winslet. According to USA Today, her ads will begin appearing this summer.
sometimes i love blacktwitter
wow. this is not new at all. like not even a little bit.
Lol I enjoy seeing these public shamings.
BOLD BRAIDS TO A NEW LEVEL?!