Hey brown girl, you look like you had a tough week. Must be hard having so many odds against you.
You got a degree in business management? Doesn't matter. Your employees will bring up your age & gender as the reason why they don't respect you. They are becoming disgruntled & violent because your strong presence makes them feel emasculated. The car industry is filled with men who don't think you belong. Stand your ground and show them who's boss. Clearly, they don't know who they are dealing with. •
Hey brown girl, how does it feel to have one of the most objectified & policed bodies in the world? Must be tough when you get shamed for posting simple hair tutorials and harmless selfies. Even tougher when it comes from family members. When your elders scream "haram", just take a deep breath and respond with love. You've always been the trailblazer of your family. They don't truly understand what you're doing because it's so new to them. So educate them and they'll eventually come around.
Hey brown girl, why do you love with every fiber of your being? So much so that it's detrimental to your health? Is it because of all the women before you? Blame your mother and her mother before her. Then blame Anarkali, Umrao Jaan, Paro, and Kashibai. It's time to stop idolizing them. They all could have been forces of nature if they just learned to love themselves first.
Hey brown girl, I heard despite all these obstacles, you're still shining bright. Heard you are heading over to New York City right now to work with your dream company. Not that surprised, tbh. Brown girls like you are like coals - put them under pressure and they come out kohinoors 💎 #heybrowngirl #lovelettertomyself