Because he was college-educated and had a good paying job, he felt he could get any woman he wanted.
” I tried to help this sister see that calling herself “regular” was a sign that she was comparing herself to other women.
Therefore, she was keeping herself from seeing the men who actually did want to date her.
Michaela Coel is celebrating her sweet and glorious melanin amid the online colourism debate that was sparked yesterday after offensive tweets from Maya Jama were unearthed.
In now deleted posts on Twitter, BBC presenter Maya made controversial comments about ‘dark skin bitches’ with shaved heads.
It can’t be easy …’ First of all, we have to point out that Michaela, who recently revealed her shaven head, looks incredible in her selfie.
Secondly, we suspect the Star Wars actor has inspired many summer Instagram captions with her appreciation for her dark skin.
The radio presenter has since apologised on two occasions; after her first apology was described as ‘weak’ by fans, she admitted that she ‘could have definitely worded it a lot better.’ Now, Black Mirror actor Michaela, who is a well-known advocate for body positivity, has taken to Instagram to celebrate her fellow dark-skinned women, BBC presenters Clara Amfo and June Sarpong, in the best way possible.
The Chewing Gum star posted a selfie of herself on Instagram story showcasing her shaved head and wrote: ‘In light of all the nonsense today I have to say big up to presenters like @Clara Amfo and June Sarpong.
Some women have turned to skin-bleaching products to try to level the playing field and compete with their lighter-skinned sisters.