stay away from sex positive feminists y’all, anyone who prefers to defend adults who want to *pretend* to rape women and children as a kink all need to die and never ever call themself a feminists, such scumbags these creatures are.
Anonymous asked: I read a lot of peoples travel experiences and I notice that one thing that mostly black people talk about when traveling to morocco is that the moroccans there don't think they're african? its talked about a little in this video :/watch?v=QhLugEuVZII , but i also know that morocco isn't part of the african union too so maybe you could shed some light on it? is it a school system thing or an anti-blackness problem or... ? Im really interested so thank you if you know any info
There is definitely an anti-blackness issue in Morocco.. it goes hand-in-hand with the anti-amazigh mentality fed to many Moroccans from older generations at an early age. I believe this stems from Arab supremacy and the Arabization of our country and culture. From the moment we’re children an overwhelming majority of us are taught a modified version of our history and as a result there are a lot of Moroccan people who believe they are/or are solely Arab. It’s very sad. Some of us don’t find out we’re of Indigenous descent til later on in life. It’s a pretty complex topic and I don’t think I’ll be able to cover all of the in’s and outs of it in one message like this.
But just for the record I promise you there are a lot of us (Moroccans) who know we are African and are very proud of that!
littledancer-bigvoice asked: Hi there. I'm writing to ask if use of the Hamsa by non-african people is considered appropriation. I have used them in my jewelry before, so if this is the case I will take them down from being sold and issue a public apology for promoting work that steals from other cultures. Looking forward to hearing from you
I’ve seen people use the Hamsa before and mislabel it as things like ‘Indian’ ‘Asian’ ‘Buddhist’ ‘Gy*sy* “Hippy” and other things that are irrelevant and unrelated to it, and that bothers me a lot as it’s a symbol that has deep history and meaning in my culture. They don’t care about where it comes from or what it means, they just want it because it’s aesthetically pleasing to them. So yes I would consider it cultural appropriation.
— H, Moroccan mod.
Anonymous asked: Who is your favorite Disney princess?
Anonymous asked: dumb nigger.
Anonymous asked: Nothing grates my tits more than african americans that justify appropriation with the fact that they're black
Anonymous asked: I honestly don't understand why out of all the dedicated "This is XXX" blogs you're the one getting all the hate???? Like honestly your blog isn't pretentious or anything (like a lot of them are) and everything you post is spot-on and reasonable,,, I mean like there are whiny blogs like thisisthinprivilege and yet nobody gives them shit I'm so confused
lamo i didnt know the blog was getting hate??? tumblr seems so non-existent when im out having a life
owlectern asked: My sister linked me this blog. She has heard me make inappropriate comments in the past, and I didn't know why I should care. I'm now reading your blog in order to be less of an ignorant idiot.
That’s a good sister you got there.
Anonymous asked: school 'African day' anon again: Should I talk to her about it? I'm not white but as someone who also doesn't have heritage in any of the countries in Africa its not my place, right?
it’ll be really good to talk to her about it since its making you very uncomfortable and the day itself is insulting. if you aren’t comfortable confronting her or you feel you can’t without extra support then leave it. (do u have anyone else you trust and can talk to her with?)