Listen to “I Don’t Care If You Listen – Episode 5”

Okay ya’ll. This week is kinda choppy. We promise to be more organized this week.  Episode 5 is about how happy we are that we didn’t have social media growing up. We talk a lot about Nike and Colin Kaepernick.. Do we need to develop an “oppression scale” to help people understand what the kneeling is about?! Shal and I agree that we are  not imagining all of the racism, sexism and religious persecution in this country. We talk about how robo-calls sent out about the Florida gubernatorial election is proof of the BS. We touch on the possibility of a mole being in the white house or whether it’s a public relations trip. We also wonder if the pharmaceutical companies are in bed with McDonald’s to make us sick.  We have to go into more detail about that in another episode. At the end, we go back to Kaepernick. We both have a lot of respect for the man so we had to do it. We jump all over the place but is that so bad? That’s how life ebbs and flows. Tell us what you think.

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Posted by DaLoveLee1

I recently realized I have a passion for natural hair during on my journey toward self-acceptance and love. So much of who I am has always revolves around my hair. It reflects how I feel about myself internally. When I am depressed or stressed, I don't do my hair. If I do look like a million bucks, I feel like a million bucks, even if I'm flat broke. I started documenting my transition on Facebook and it spread to Instagram. I have been amazed at how I have come to love my kinks and curls. I didn't even know how to care for it when a started transitioning. It has been so liberating. I assumed the name LoveLEE around the same time as my transition because I needed to remind myself that I'm worthy of love. The image of women like me is skewed by the media and negative stereotypes. I refuse to confine since of love and beauty to society's standards. I'm starting this blog so other women will know that they don't have to be boxed in either. You are beautiful and flawless just the way you are.

Thanks for joining me.
~Leonica

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