I'm just a young mamichula trying to help overthrow this sexist, misogynist, oppressive, racist as patriarchy we call society. Just trying to get past "Da Struggle" and fight THE SYSTEM that created it.
Ramelcy es mi nombre y no tengo apodo. And just because i love this quote: "I am womon. Whole. Complete. Capable of falling apart, just to come together, improved and better without you."
This is also just a peek into a fly playa’s life so forreal, get to know me. I keep it a hunnet. WonnFitttee. 24/7. 365 days. Trill recognize Trill. lmao, I learned a long time ago not to take everything so seriously. & Don't hesitate to say hola or drop a question & apparently my advice is sought after so you're free to do the same cus I'm officially your life guru, homie.
(p.s. subscribe to my youtube "brwnfemproductions" )! twitter: Ramelcys_
sometimes you meet an energy who makes you feel comfortable effortlessly in a short span of time & not in a movie-cliché type of way where all your insecurities and trust issues disappear (lol), but in a way that you’re comfortable + confident enough to challenge your own limits willingly and genuinely. the fact that your energies just mix n vibe, that shit is so amazingly random & bootyful.
5th semester of college and still suffering from culture shock …
i feel so nervous like i shouldn’t//cant//don’t wanna//scared-to fall asleep
i mean, shit. you’ve invited me into your world. i care. WHAT HAPPENED?
i always want to know what happened.
File this under facts on facts.
This makes me think of a beautiful post that I mentioned in one of my Read This Week features; a post by @HarrietThugman about Black people of other cultural backgrounds who diminish Black American culture, and shouldn’t….for it is so rich.
My cultural heritage involves a mixture of my love for some things specific to Jamaican culture (because of my background, being raised in a Jamaican family by Jamaican parents, but being raised in America and actually born in America) and some things specific to being an American Black (I love how Nikki says Black is the NOUN and American is the adjective), and some things that seems to connect Black people despite where in the diaspora we are.