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‘Black While Funny & Female’ 18 of our favorite actresses for LA Times

Aisha Tyler, Tracee Ellis Ross, Loretta Devine, Tichina Arnold, Regina Hall, Erica Ash, Loni Love, Retta, Sheryl Underwood, Tiffany Haddish, Rainab Joshnson, Amanda Seales, Sherri Sheperd, Kym Whitley, Yvette Nicole Brwon, Luenell, Yvonne Orji and Marsai Martin

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Black while funny and female: 18 comedic actresses on working in Hollywood
Eighteen funny ladies on the challenges of being black in Hollywood.

Making it in Hollywood is no easy feat, and doing so as a woman is even more difficult. If that woman is black — or Latina or Asian or otherwise nonwhite — the odds just aren’t in her favor.

But with the release of “Girls Trip,” four black women — Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith, Regina Hall and Tiffany Haddish — attempt a takeover of the buddy comedy, possibly the first time black women have led such a picture.

One reason as to why? The number of black women thought to be able to carry a studio-backed film is slim, and there hasn’t been a bona-fide black female comedic superstar since Whoopi Goldberg.

happy 13rw playlists

these songs make me think of the happiness within each character (except bryce tyler and marcus), considering there is too much sadness in this fucking show lmao 

this is like pre-shitty actions on their tapes like when they were genuine and sweet kids

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When they were born...

Just gonna leave this here…

Chris Redfield: 1973

Jill Valentine: 1974

Barry Burton: 1960

Rebecca Chamberas: 1980

Albert Wesker: 1960

Billy Coen: 1972

Leon Kennedy: 1977

Carlos Oliveira: 1977

Claire Redfield: 1979

Steve Burnside: 1981

Sheva Almoar: 1986

Excella Gionne: 1983

Piers Nivans: 1987

Jake Muller: 1992

Sherry Birkin: 1986

Ada Wong: 1974

Helena Harper: 1989

Moira Burton: 1991

Ashley Graham: 1984

Manuela Hidalgo: 1986

Ingrid Hunnigan: 1980

Luis Sera: 1976

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“Clay…Helmet. Your name does not belong on this list but you need to be here if I’m going to tell my story, if I’m going to explain why I did what I did because you aren’t every other guy…you’re different, you’re good and kind and decent. I didn’t deserve to be with someone like you…I never would, I would have ruined you. It wasn’t you, it was ME”
-Hannah Baker