“You’re a Brownie, You’re just as Sweet, Just as Good, Just as Fresh”
 
Throughout our history, this false sigma of light skinned being better skin than dark sinned has created a gap within our culture. It has cause a friction that has left our generation confused and apprehensive. As a little girl, growing up with a mother who didn’t appreciate my skin tone, or tell me how beautiful I was,made a big impact in my life. It has lead me throughout the years to believe that maybe I wasn’t pretty enough. Hearing certain comments from peers in school “you’re pretty for a dark skin girl" You need to date men who are lighter shades” You should have biracial children and mixed babies, made an impact on me as a black girl. At times, have led me to believe that maybe, I will never be accepted because my skin was darker. The constant search to love myself have led me on this journey. A journey of acceptance and a journey of strength.
 My purpose in life is to make sure that little “brown girls” around the world grow up to become beautiful, confident and unashamed of the color of their skin.
They should all grow up to become women who love and appreciate the way God created them. We shouldn’t fall victim to skin bleaching or fall victim of the mentality that girls with lighter skin are prettier and vice versa. Being part of this problem that was forced into our culture where beauty has been classified by skin color.                                    
 “But in reality we are all brownies”


“You’re a Brownie, You’re just as Sweet, Just as Good, Just as Fresh”





“You’re a Brownie, You’re just as Sweet, Just as Good, Just as Fresh”

 

Throughout our history, this false sigma of light skinned being better skin than dark sinned has created a gap within our culture.

 

 It has cause a friction that has left our generation confused and a huge lack of self-knowledge.

 My purpose in life is to make sure that little “brown girls” around the world grow up to become beautiful, confident and unashamed of the color of their skin.

“you’re pretty for a dark skin”

"You need to date men who are lighter shades”

"You should have biracial children”

"You should want to make mixed babies"

 

They should all grow up to become women who love and appreciate the way God created them. We shouldn’t fall victim to skin bleaching or fall victim of the mentality that girls with lighter skin are prettier. Being part of this problem that was forced into our culture where beauty have been classified by skin color.                                              

 “But in reality we are all brownies”

“You’re a Brownie, You’re just as Sweet, Just as Good, Just as Fresh”





I stand against EVERY stereotype towards Brown skin girls! Women should love and appreciate the way God created them, no matter how light or dark.You are a BROWNIE, which means you are just as sweet, everything you say or do is just as tasteful, and your heart is made of Gold!