Behind her success stands her will power and strength.
She is a woman.
A woman who knows her value.
A lady with class, who knows how to have fun but, also knows the importance of how she represents herself.
Her laughter is memorable, and her kisses are unforgettable.
Her intelligence shines through her pores, and wanting to know her can become an addiction.
Her inviting eyes carry her sorrows yet, represent her pure kindness.
Though she carries the burden of being strong, it’s what attracts the man to her persona.
She is a woman.
It can become a difficult task to keep her, and a true shame if you forfeit.
The Oscars has always been an event that many America’s look forward to because well, movies are BIG in our country and society.
Last night we had some of these honorable people of the media that many of us look up to give some wonderful speeches about change.
Common and John Legend spoke of racial rights, which was very touching because Common is one of the biggest lyrical geniuses there is in the music industry.
Alejandro Inarritu spoke of equal respect for immigrants which was very close to home for me because I am very proud of my people and where my family comes from. It also touched many Mexicans world wide as they continue to fight for their rights in this country but also the Mexican’s that are in their motherland fighting to have a fair governmental system.
Graham Moore told us all to stay weird! There is nothing better then that as a motivation that lives do MATTER and that if we are ever feeling down and want to let go, we shouldn’t!!!
And then came the ladies…
Women rights is a world wide issue.
In today’s society when you have women like Kim Kardashian and Amber Rose who desperately downgrade themselves for attention and are willing to do anything to get it, real women get over looked because these women are modeling in nudity or starting twitter fights just to stay in the spot light.
Patricia Arquette reminded us last night of the importance of what it is to be a woman in this country and entire globe. She showed us what we truly need to focus on and be like, instead of being a woman who “Breaks the Internet.”
So with that said….
Remember ladies this is your time to be inspiring, honorable, and desiring with out reveling too much.
Show the people around you what you’re made of and what you have to offer with out needing to downgrade to the level of disrespect.
Make a difference in this reality instead of honoring or wanting to be like these non talented reality chicks.
Be a feminist.
Give feminism the power it deserves.
Let’s stand for our ladies world wide and make a difference.👊
Wake up Generation-Y, this is our World, our Country, our Society.
Why continue to honor non talented men and woman who are willing to do anything for the spot light?
Instead lets honor and be inspired by those who show us all to stop with the racist shit and prejudicism, to fight for our rights and BE ourselves! 👊
Living the dream.