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“I HATE MY LIPS”

After I took this boy’s picture, I was told by his mom how self conscious he is about his vitiligo that’s developed over the past year. She told me that he hates his lips. He avoids looking at himself in the mirror and can hardly smile in pictures because he can’t bear the thought of his “ugly” lips being preserved in photographs. Can y'all do me a favor and like or reblog this? I wanna show him this post so he can see how poppin he actually is. I want him to realize that his skin is flawless and that his vitiligo is just an additional mark of distinction to the already unique beauty that is Blackness, in all of its various shades.

in this era that we’re in, self-love is crucial and we can’t afford to have our black children facing the world with anything less than overwhelming love and pride in their skin. Instagram.com/themightydexter
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The Talented Cast Members of “The New Edition Story” sing “Poison” and “Can You Stand the Rain?”

What did you guys think of the movie?

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For those who are not very familiar with his face, Julian Dennison is a maori kid who won the New Zealand Film Award for Best Supporting Actor when he was very young and he was also the main character of ‘Hunt for the Wilderpeople, a very, veeery huge movie from New Zealand. 

He just joined the cast of ‘Deadpool 2′

i love all my boys!!

my trans boys!

my cis boys!

my queer boys!

my straight boys!

my closeted boys!

my boys of color!

my white and white-passing boys!

my disabled boys!

my able-bodied boys!

my mentally ill/disabled boys!

my neurotypical/allistic boys!

my fat boys!

my skinny boys!

my feminine boys!

my masculine boys!

you’re all so beautiful!!