It is a Black woman’s kind of aching. It is complex and simple. So much of the world sees Black women and girls as servants, as a means to an end, accessories for completion. Even our lovers, even our mothers and grandmothers, even us. By being born with the privilege of not experiencing this pain — at the expense of women like me — my husband is complicit.
Why Lemonade Is For Black Women
Dominique Matti

This is so powerful. And so beautifully, beautifully written.

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