Archive for May, 2017

BLACK BEAUTY MARRIES BLACK BEAUTY OOOOOOO!-FROM FACEBOOK

May 8, 2017

BLACK STANDARD OF BEAUTY MUST BECOME REAL NOW!-LEXINGTON M. WILLIAMS POSTED THIS ON FACEBOOK!!!http://b192b2-bsb2bati2bbsmzfd.it/1WH5Cyf

BLACK STANDARD OF BEAUTY MUST BECOME REAL NOW!-LEXINGTON M. WILLIAMS POSTED THIS ON FACEBOOK!!!

May 8, 2017

S2JOOO fight /CRUSH THIS white standard of beauty for us and all this bleaching/whitening of the race and HAVE A BLACK STANDARD OF BEAUTY BASED ON THE BLACKEST SKINNED BEAUTY AND by Celebrating the Blackest beauty like the white boy celebrates the ugly white/girl/no/lips/no/hips/no/nose/no/ass/no/color as beautiful! Everywhere you go salute these Blackest Beauties and let them know that they are the most beautiful ! Put them back on top of the Beauty Pyramid like God did in the beginning!

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BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY SERENA WILLIAMS OOOOO!SERENA OOO!—A STRONG BLACK MAN LOVES YOU OOO!-ANDRE L..HOLMES OOO!-Don’t Marry that white boy OOO!-WE ARE PRAYING FOR YOU AND VENUS!!-GOD WILL GIVE GREAT BLACK MEN WHO APPRECIATE YOUR BLACKEST BEAUTY OOOOO!-From FacebookS2bsbbsbBSBBSW

“Xessal” Skin Bleaching

May 1, 2017

Bleach and Die oooo!

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Beauty. What is beauty? What does beauty mean to a Senegalese women? The definition is entirely contrastive to the definition of what standard beauty is considered in the United States. In Senegal, the term “fair complexion”, which is widely used to market products in Senegal is not in the American dictionary for beauty. For a Senegalese, West African women, a fair complexion is equated to beauty. This misguided perception of beauty causes millions of women in not only Senegal, but several other sub-Sahara African nations to take part in skin altering practices. These practices can cause physical damage and skin deformation. Skin bleaching, the means through which many women dangerously attain a fair complexion, is a huge part of the Senegalese woman’s beauty regime, and it’s a huge phenomenon. Most Senegalese women use skin lightening creams, and soaps in a practice called “Xessal”. What is inside these Xessal products? Are they safe to…

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