Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Why I love the Black Woman

The Black Women have the ability to rise above severe adversity and triumph over challenge. Black women in the face of double jeopardy (being both black and female) have demonstrated a toughness to survive and a tenderness to inspire. I am in love with their elegance, perseverance and soulful style. They are all that!

Or I could say it like D'Angelo would say: "I love their curly hair, their braided hair, their straightened and even kinky hair. I love their full lips and, of course, their brown sugar skin..."

Beauty of the Moment

BEAUTY OF THE MOMENT: Unknown beauty

Beauty of the Moment

BEAUTY OF THE MOMENT: Unknown beauty

Beauty of the Moment

BEAUTY OF THE MOMENT: Unknown beauty

Beauty of the Moment

BEAUTY OF THE MOMENT: Unknown beauty

Sunday, December 7, 2008

Am I a race biologist...?!

One of my friends told me the other day: "Your blog looks like you are some sort of race biologist" and I was like "What?!"... How can he think like that? Or am I really doing the opposite as they did back in the 20's-30's...? Can't be like that at all. I mean, Everyone is beautiful the way they are, and it all comes down to your personal attractions, isnt that right? And still this is just only my way to give props to the beauty of the black woman. So... :)

More afro 2 the people

I think the natural "afro puff" is probably the most beautiful hair style. And yeah I'm not ashamed to say it! :) Unfortunately you don't see girls having them that often these days. Aaaaw... too bad I wasnt living in the 70's! LOL ...anyhow.. I think the black women should consider to take it back to that Natural look again! But hey, that's just my personal oppinion! :)

Just love this pic

Just love the vibe in this picture. The vibe of the sun.

Beauty of the Moment


“The hair is the richest ornament of women”

Quoting Martin Luther on this one: “The hair is the richest ornament of women
- Martin Luther

Friday, December 5, 2008

Beauty of the Moment

BEAUTY OF THE MOMENT: Unknown beauty

A Superficial thought - but still true

At a superficial glance of myself I can't deny that I personally think that the black woman has the perfect shape! :) Yeah I know, I'm being superficial and only taking about the outside - but it's still a fact (according to myself). You barely don't see those heavenly-made curves on a white girl.

In picture:
unknown beauty

Beauty of the Moment

BEAUTY OF THE MOMENT: Unknown beauty, Uganda

Something New - Sanaa Lathan

"Something New" - I guess I might like that movie - even if I havent seen it yet - but it obviously sounds like a movie for me! :) However the beautiful Sanaa Lathan is starring in that movie! Just that is a good reason to see it!

Friday, November 21, 2008

Real Men Love Black Women

Just a funny button I found. But it's still so true!

The african woman on a pedestal...

Sometimes I realize I've almost placed the African woman  on a pedestal. I mean to me the black woman is almost like a goddess. Something almost unreachable. Like God's most perfect creation. And this makes it difficult sometimes. I know, it sounds a bit silly, but thats the way it is.

Secret crush in the 90's

This is a classic picture in my life. Merlene Ottey, Marie-José Pérec and Mary Onyali. I was fixed to the TV back in the days, everytime the women's sprinters were running. And my favorite was Nigeria's Mary Onyali (right). Oooh I guess I had a secret crush on her back in early 90's. 

Thursday, November 20, 2008

What is so special?

What is the truth behind the Beauty of the Black woman? People keep asking me - what is it about black women you adore? What is so special about black women?

And my standing answer is I really don't know why? Or more right: I can't really explain why or how. It is something that goes really deep inside me - my mind, my soul, my thoughts. It is something that can't be changed. Something I'm born with. And I love it.

To me the black woman will allways be the true definition of beauty. 
I guess I will come back for a more deep answer - the day I can explain it better.

Big up 2: Etana

All I can say is I love her vibe! Check out Etana's latest album - specially the track "Blessings" featuring Alborosie 

YOUTUBE: Blessings

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Even a prince knows a True Princess

Even the "legendary" Prince Albert of Monaco seems to have realized what True beauty is. Nicole Coste, from France/Togo, is the mother of his son! 

Beauty of the Moment

BEAUTY OF THE MOMENT: "Empress" (radio personality from "On the Corner")

Big up 2: ASA

I just wanna give some big-ups to the Nigerian artist Asa ("hawk" in Yoruba). 

Friday, November 14, 2008

AD: Kampala, Uganda

"SMS till you drop!" - Mobile phone ad on van in Kampala, Uganda.

Why dont I see those lovely ads more often?!?

Beautiful ad in Paris

Just an ad I saw in Paris, France last summer. And I happend to love it - I have no idea what it is about, but I love it any way!

Oluchi Onweagba

The nigerian supermodel Oluchi Onweagba and her son Ugochukwu. Yeah I support interracial relationships too!