10 Best Scenes From To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

If you follow me on Twitter, Instagram, or Snapchat, you'd know that this past weekend I've been OBSESSED with the book and movie To All The Boys I've Loved Before. It's a new Netflix movie and a book trilogy by Jenny Han (Author of The Summer I Turned Pretty, for all my other YA book …

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Stoolies, Fat Chicks, and Comedy

My new favorite thing to do is listen to Podcasts, they make time go by so quickly and can be informational and hilarious. I honestly haven't been watching that much TV anymore because I'm always binging Podcasts, I'm trying to find new ones, or listening to old episodes of my favorite ones. I'm constantly talking …

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“There’s nothing to be scared of, it’s just equality!”

The Oscars and Hollywood have a long-standing reputation of being unequal in terms of representation of women, the LGBTQ community, people of color, and basically everyone that isn't a straight white dude. This isn't just the actors and actresses, but the writers, directors, producers, cinematographers, and legit everyone else that works on a movie. There have …

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The Season Finale of Black History Month

    The season finale of Black History month was INSANEEEEEEE. And by the season finale I 100% mean the Black Panther premier weekend. This is my new favorite Marvel movie, with Captain America: Winter Soldier going to second and Spiderman Homecoming going to third. This movie is, as far as Marvel movies go, pretty good, …

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Biracial Representation

I can count the number of biracial men and women I know on one hand. I have a younger sister and brother, and two cousins who also have a white mother and a black father. I grew up not seeing myself represented in the media. When people talk about representation they usually speak broadly, there …

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