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A huddled embrace gave way to a whispered heated breath teasing earthSista Nambi’s ear. A thousand words were spoken in a momentary glance that gave way to a simple kiss which led to a provocative and penetrating embrace. Fingers dug deep into skin, easing away all stress. Tongues tasted sacred temples as they lay, their bodies entwined.
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We are doing it again…
Myself (Ashley B. Chew) working in my room. Photos by Toxicc Photography.
Anonymous asked: Why don't East/South/North/Central/West Africans, African Americans & Caribbean embrace each other instead of beef with each other? How can we fix that? Do you believe that the relationship among Africans(including African Americans & Caribbean) have gotten better or worst within the last ten years? Why?
I honestly can’t speculate on whether relations between the various cultures of the African Diaspora have gotten better or worse over the past ten years. My personal knowledge is not that broad. I can say that I believe that there are significant cultural fractures that, having festered for generations, have created systemic dysfunctions among our people that are designed to keep us separated and broken. There are no political or societal resolutions for this. Only cultural ones.
Enough people have to decide to build a better village through their own actions. One of cohesive, familial efforts that are designed to uplift themselves, their families and their community. Tight-knit and tolerant. Self-sufficient yet integrated with the world around them. They share what they do to make it work. They set the example and they lead the way.
This would not be a revolutionary change; it would be an evolutionary one.