Hey! Absolutely! I want ‘FBG’ to be a catalyst for change encouraging self love and instilling pride in one’s skin complexion. The “movement“‘s goal will be for new generations of dark skinned girls to not even have one though wishing to be lighter, to never doubt their beauty. My hope is for this “issue” to be virtually nonexistent, eventually but it does start with us. I’m also hoping I can do my part and make a change to where , dark skinned girls know they are beautiful no matter what anyone says. I am also working on coming out with t-shirt line to further enforce these ideas, promoting self love. Thank you so much for this question :)<3 xo
wow , wow, wow!! Thank you so much. your support is SO very much appreciated & puts a continuous smile in my heart. I’m so glad that I am making an impact & that you guys enjoy my blog. It is all for you MUCH love xo K.I.T.!!! :))
Heyy no right now for the blog we are just learning about and honoring darker skinned females in the public light who are inspirational but I’m glad that you asked that question. That will eventually be a feature for my website: The Brown Beauty of the Month which will require an application, and maybe voting. The winner will get a write up on the site as well as a prize, so please be on the lookout for that feature very soon! :)
yayy =) thank you so much!! i’m SO glad you took the time out to do that & enjoy my blog. =) I really appreciate that, it means A LOT! MUCH love xo
yayyy!!! you just made me smile :D thank you so much I love yours too. I’m SO glad :) xx
=) yours is too! you’re def getting one back xx
Thank you so much :) make sure you check out the ‘FBG’ Youtube & new official site (links on the left ) much love ! xx
i really , REALLY appreciate that :) I’m so glad you followed me thank you so much! you are beautiful! yes, it is :)) xx MUCH LOVE.
I am referring to girls of a darker complexion that have felt discriminated against because of their skin tone. Of course someone could be lighter than me and still fit in that category. My cousin is. I know some girls from other cultures such as Indian face that and they are sometimes way lighter skinned than African Americans who do.
Hey! Thank you so much I love yours too :) Yes this is geared towards/for darker skinned girls but I have/will address the ways in which others are affected by shadeism. This blog was created because my cousin & I thought it was about time to give a voice to the silent pain we and alot of darker skinned girls go through. An issue that ALOT of people sweep under the rug & say will never be solved. I want to empower young girls and put an end to wishes of long hair, light skin, light eyes, “good hair”. I don’t want another dark skinned girl to think even once about bleaching her skin. I want them to feel and believe they are good enough because they are beautiful. Often unaccepted, criticized or taunted by the media family, friends, crushes- The loudest voice of all being the one inside their heads. All are and have been welcome to this blog-I love learning from & sharing with everybody-but I cannot feel passionate enough to speak for anyone else because I am a darker skinned girl & that has been my only experience. I would , however be very interested in a blog like that if you made it. It is something to think about.
=) thanks so much! I’m glad you did lol
OMGG!! how dare she. smh I can’t believe some people actually think these things and then decide to say them out loud! LOL just plain ignorance. I’m glad you didn’t let that stop you & that your sister told her off. You’re gorgeous! xx