So it’s very offensive when people part their lips to speak down on dark-skinned Black women.
My mother is dark-skinned, all my great aunts, my Nana – just growing up, dark-skinned Black women have been so beautiful and have been my beauty standard.
I take that personally, because they raised me and were the women that loved and accepted me and made me.
It’s very, very easy, whether that’s within our own industry or within our own culture to speak down and look down on them.
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