Divine Feminine Vibes

Sacred parts
Your get aways

You come along
On summer days


Via: Maya Explains Photography and Cyn Santana

Raised To Compete

Cannot stress this enough; we can only make change when we realize our divinity and work together. Society calls you ugly, but you choose to listen. Never compete for a boy, because men won’t make you compete. Have some self-respect, you are the closest thing to the creator, know your worth. Do you connect with other women, or cut them down? I can’t tally how many girls have tried to cut me down, because they don’t love themselves. Via: Ethereal Healing

Dear Black Man

Artist: Bre’ann White. Model: Darius Baber

This is for every man, but really for you.

It is okay to be soft, to express the divine feminine which resides in you. From which you were birthed. It is okay to explore the fluidity of your sexuality. Like that of some liberal white men. Without shame or fear.

You can be fluid in other things too: your style, your interest, what it means to be a man. Their labels should not brand your skin, the way the whip or fire stoker did.

Not the man, not the boys on the block, not the store owner eyeing you, or the woman who moves her purse when you are near.

Throw away the weight of the world and their stereotypes. You are responsible for defining you. You are human.