Donna Summer's Love to Love, Serenading the Joy of Gaia

Submitted by afrocentric on Mon, 13/11/2017 - 05:32

A woman's candid expression of carnal pleasure, joy and ecstasy is something which is supposed to be private, something she acknowledges to herself when alone, or when she is with her partner. Even then her partner is not privy to some of these expressions. In this song she appears to be reliving the experience, and expressing her feelings about her man in song.

Acknowledgement and Revival of Yoni Consciousness in Christendom

Submitted by Carlos Quinto on Sat, 11/11/2017 - 13:45

Yogaredux:

Spirituality:

Take the yoni as a symbol, like the cross in relation to the crucifix, free of the presence of the body with it, essentially the image of the virgin with the elements of the body removed, leaving only the surrounding halo, the lines of the clothing. Is there a case for such a symbol in Christianity? There already is such a symbol, but with the body of Mary superposed and ensconced within it. The desire here is for a wholly abstracted one, but recognizable in its features.

Meet Queen Nadiya Hussain, Britain's Most Beautiful Woman

Submitted by afrocentric on Mon, 09/01/2017 - 03:00

Ladies and gentlemen meet Nadiya Hussain, winner of the Great British Bake Off and my current crush of the month. She might hold that position for a few more months.Although she looks African or Afro-Caribbean she is actually Bangladeshi, though with a permanent hijab her probably straight natural hair can't be seen for her to be identified as possibly from Asia or the Horn of Africa, not that it would make a difference to many whites.She is a strikingly beautiful woman, but the British media will not admit to themselves that they love her for her beauty, rather her baking skills and the facial expressions she adopts when she feels challenged or anxious.

The Darshan of Melani

Submitted by afrocentric on Tue, 03/01/2017 - 19:14

MelaniI have been looking at this blog post of mine on Google and Isabelle. The photos of the women at the end have to be scrolled through one at a time, and a few times on scrolling through them I sense a kind of grace in looking at them. It is as though the beauty of the pictures is some kind of blessing, that it is some divine kindness which has made the images of those women available to be witnessed. In some way I have come to the conclusion that it is the picture of Melani is the one which contributes the most to this feeling.

Jewish woman shocked at being "outed" as Jewish

Submitted by blogmeister on Sat, 24/12/2016 - 11:30

I have noticed Blaire White's* channel in my Youtube feed and find her take on SJW and LGBTQ issues entertaining, and recently she posted an article on one Lindsay Amer. I popped down to Lindsay Amer's channel and after viewing one of her videos and looking at some her titles, the thought began to occur to me, This woman MUST be Jewish. I watched some more and decided to search the term "Lindsay queer kids jewish".

The Classic Irrefutable Logic of David Carroll

Submitted by afrocentric on Sat, 17/12/2016 - 02:30

David Carroll 01Now here is one man who won't let any stone go unturned in his criticisms of our brothers on the other side of the pond, their lifestyle and their value systems. This man is so relentless and unsparing. He is pretty insightful, but can get unpleasant at times, especially when he makes sweeping generalizations about women, which isn't fair to young women who haven't started out in life yet to have committed any mistakes which warrants lumping them in with older flawed women.

How many Negroes does one see in this painting - Part 2?

Submitted by afrocentric on Sun, 20/11/2016 - 23:52

Essien and Hidden NegroIt has been a long time, getting on to 3 years and I apologize for that, but here is the answer and the pic to go with it.

There are three negroes in the painting. The groom handling the horse is one, and the other two are in Queen Anne's dress. I know it looks farfetched, but us Afrocentrics have a way of seeing images and signs of black people in all kinds of scenes, just as Christians and Muslims have a habit of seeing images of Jesus and Islamic inscriptions in all kinds of scenes.

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