Our refusal to hold men accountable for cheating seems like an offshoot of our tendency to admonish women for being sexual—to slut shame them for the very same behavior that earns men “player” status.
How many pop stars who came up with Beyoncé in the 90s and early 2000s are still relevant today? I don’t mean sliding by album-by-album. I mean relevant?
Art imitates life and when you see other black people being beaten in the street for no reason, it would be hard not to be affected by that image. Those are images Beyoncé is making us watch and consider.
Wondering if Whole Foods has sold out of lemons yet.
Considering yourself an independent woman doesn’t cancel out a desire for companionship. Not to mention, the ultimate ~*~*independent lady~*~ Queen Bey has been married for 8 years.
“I need a small loan of 53 million dollars.”
Sorry internet, but I don’t see the big hoo-har about Beyoncé.
I know some cool 20-somethings, but one of the most badass human beings I know is only 16. If you don’t already know Queen Bey’s protégé, Sophie Beem, you’ll be glad I introduced you before she blows up.
I do think it’s important that black occurrences be broadcast all over the fucking world so people can see and understand what America is doing, but I also can’t help but snicker at a troupe of black dancers in afro wigs, berets, and black turtleneck leotards storming the fucking Super Bowl.
“You can be the king, but watch the queen conquer.” —Nicki Minaj