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Love me. Fear me.

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That memory…

…always makes me smile.
But it also makes me feel as if I’ll cry.
I wanted you to know that I think you’re beautiful.
You
Are
Beautiful.
I just want to know what you think about that.
I don’t know if I’m waiting or if there’s nothing after that.
Still, I smile when my brain reminds me of your smile.

daily-tumbles:

Reporter:  What made you lose 37 pounds?
Raven Symone’: The pressure of society.
Finally a celebrity who says the real reason


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I’ve always loved Raven. I liked her better when she was heavier. I keep trying to show my 4 year old sister “That’s So Raven” because she has darker skin than me (she has a different father) and all the other shows she watches feature stick-thin white girls. I want my sister to grow up without that pressure; without feeling like you should look like the people on TV. One day, she even asked my older sister, “When am I going to be your color?” She’s young; she doesn’t understand all of the natural differences yet. I struggled with self-image as I was growing up and I don’t want her to feel the same thing I did.

daily-tumbles:

Reporter:  What made you lose 37 pounds?

Raven Symone’: The pressure of society.

Finally a celebrity who says the real reason

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Submitted by iwillloveyouwhenpigsfly

Following this blog will be the best thing you ever do

I’ve always loved Raven. I liked her better when she was heavier. I keep trying to show my 4 year old sister “That’s So Raven” because she has darker skin than me (she has a different father) and all the other shows she watches feature stick-thin white girls. I want my sister to grow up without that pressure; without feeling like you should look like the people on TV. One day, she even asked my older sister, “When am I going to be your color?” She’s young; she doesn’t understand all of the natural differences yet. I struggled with self-image as I was growing up and I don’t want her to feel the same thing I did.

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