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sancophaleague:




Folorunsho Alakija… "The Richest Black Woman in the World"… It is popular belief that Oprah Winfrey is the Richest Black Woman in the world and according to Forbes she is, but in all actuality a born and raised Nigerian Woman from Lagos State named Folorunsho Alakija is close to $600 million richer than Oprah’s estimated net worth of $2.7 Billion according to new reports from Africa and America… Alakija is currently Worth about $3.3 billion but she started her career working as a secretary at the International Merchant Bank of Nigeria. She then traveled to England to study fashion design. On her return to Nigeria, she founded Supreme Stitches, which produced clothing for upscale clientele. Then, in 1993, without any prior experience in the oil business, she was awarded an oil prospecting license, allowing her company to explore for oil in one of Nigeria’s most prolific oil blocks. Alakija then became the founder and owner of Nigerian oil company Famfa Oil. She is a mother of 4 sons and built her Fortune from Oil and fashion and currently lives in Nigeria with her husband of 35 years. Alakija also heads a few philanthropic efforts to help people in need in her country of Nigeria and her Continent of Africa… @Champion_Us




 

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slayboybunny:

othering trans women just to say some catch all vaguely feminist zinger is never worth it sorry!! anti-penis rhetoric does nothing to expose the pervasive and institutionalized sexism woven into our world anyway so whats the point!! get that shit outta my face, out of my blogosphere, and far far away from my feminism

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janetmock:

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"Janet, you know how much I love you. I look up to you as a big sister. And this book really, in my eyes, made me see myself as not just the one who went through my experience alone. Every time I would read a page in your book, it would be like a black and white scene of a movie in my head of my life, of something that you experienced that I’ve experienced in some way. It’s really hard for me to express myself to people when it comes to experiences that I had whether it be good or bad. And for you to have written a book about that is really a blessing. It’s like…this is like the ten commandments for us right now. Like literally. It speaks truth. And with truth comes freedom." - CeCe McDonald
Part of what Cece McDonald said to Janet Mock in regards to her important, exquisitely written, groundbreaking book about being a trans woman of colour, Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love & So Much More. Quote is from The Barnard Center For Research on Women annual salon that featured several panelists.

Oh, CeCe. I love that girl.

janetmock:

gradientlair:

"Janet, you know how much I love you. I look up to you as a big sister. And this book really, in my eyes, made me see myself as not just the one who went through my experience alone. Every time I would read a page in your book, it would be like a black and white scene of a movie in my head of my life, of something that you experienced that I’ve experienced in some way. It’s really hard for me to express myself to people when it comes to experiences that I had whether it be good or bad. And for you to have written a book about that is really a blessing. It’s like…this is like the ten commandments for us right now. Like literally. It speaks truth. And with truth comes freedom." - CeCe McDonald

Part of what Cece McDonald said to Janet Mock in regards to her important, exquisitely written, groundbreaking book about being a trans woman of colour, Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love & So Much More. Quote is from The Barnard Center For Research on Women annual salon that featured several panelists.

Oh, CeCe. I love that girl.

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scareina:

Everyone, you realize what this means, right?

Caliborn, as Lord English, is just cosplaying his OC.

The OC that he stole, from fanart someone drew.

Fanart that is wearing that coat, because it was seen in the Felt Intermission.

Let that sink in for a moment. Homestuck has actually established a closed paradox loop OUTSIDE OF THE COMIC PROPER.