Women’s History Month; Five Of My Favorite Quotes From History Making Women

whm-collageIn the event that you were unaware, March is Women’s History Month. While it is important that we celebrate women all year, March is a time to bring the strength and beauty we embody to the forefront.

Since the beginning of time women have dared to take up space.  We have blazed trails and went against the grain all in an effort to gain the respect of our male counterparts, to prove that we are equally as great and to make our mark on the world. The actions of these women are the foot prints that women like myself follow today as a guide to where we are going and where they have been.

I think that I have become known attaching qoutes to many of my post. These quotes have proven to be very inspirational, which is why I chose to share them. Today, I would like to share five of my favorite quotes from historical women who inspire me.

1. “I have the right of education. I have the right to play. I have the right to sing. I have the right to talk. I have the right to go to market. I have the right to speak up.” — Malala Yousafzai


2. “How important it is for us to recognize and celebrate our heroes and she-roes!” — Maya Angelou


3. “If you want something said, ask a man; if you want something done, ask a woman.”– Margaret Thatcher


4. “Sometimes, I feel discriminated against, but it does not make me angry. It merely astonishes me. How can any deny themselves the pleasure of my company? It’s beyond me.”–Zora Neale Hurston


5. “Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier.” — Mother Teresa

PHAT Girl Fresh Presents Life Styled Host, Eboni “Miss Pinky” Bennett



I have had several people reach out to me inquiring about who would be hosting this years, PHAT Girl Fresh presents Life Styled event.  While I was fully aware, I decided to keep it to myself for a while.  Well, that time has pasted and I am pleased to announce that this year’s Life Styled host is none other than the beautiful and talented Eboni “Miss Pinky” Bennett.  Queens 3

Miss Pinky, a native of Little Rock Arkansas has been performing since the young age of seven at school and church. She has performed in Hollywood, Miami, New Orleans, Houston, and many other cities throughout the United States; including an amazing performance in New York during open mic at Nuyorican Poets Cafe, while visiting the Big Apple during Full Figured Fashion Week 2014Performing original poetry, Miss Pinky is known for being Lyrically Intoxicating. She has opened for several nationally known artists such as Tyrese, Comedian Joe Tory, Black Sheep, Pimp C, Biz Markie, Charlie Boy, Chrisette Michelle, Marsha Ambrosius, Sinbad, and many more. Being an actress, Miss Pinky has performed in several plays such as Hip Hop Project, An Evolution of Music, Poetry is my Lyfe Revenge is my Mission and others.

I met Miss Pinky nearly a year ago during Full Figured Fashion Week and before I knew her name, I was unable to deny her gifts. The beauty of Aphrodite, the pose of a statue, the strut of a stallion, the spirit of a cheerleader and a voice like velvet; although it sounds like a magic potion, these are the components of Miss Pinky.  She is a talented  singer, poet, actress, emcee and model; who is here to win.

For those of you who follow her via social media, I know that you have seen her countless videos and questions of the day, this is the same personality that she will be blessing us with during the PHAT Girl Fresh presents Life Styled event.  Prepare to be entertained by the Houston, Texas beauty who lives by the motto, “I’m Ready!!!”  IMG_0604

I Am Not My Hair: Zendaya Crafts Thoughtful Response To Giuliana Rancic’s Dreadlock Dig


Good for Zendaya for standing up for herself! !! I hate ignorant stereotypes. How dare you make a statement like based solely on a hairstyle. I think that Giuliana Rancic is trying too hard to be funny because her little feet have been placed in some large shoes. However even with that being said, it was in very poor taste to say such a thing.

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#OscarsSoWhite, an 18-year-old black girl gets slammed for rocking locs.

When Zendaya Coleman walked down the Oscars red carpet rocking faux-locs on Sunday night, many praised her for wearing the non-conventional hairdo to an award show that revered mostly white people.

Tons of fans supported her look, with the exception of E! News and Fashion Police co-host, Giuliana Rancic. On Monday’s episode of the popular show, the 40-year-old anchor claimed that the locs “overwhelmed” the former Disney star and that “she probably smells like patchouli oil … or weed.”

Unamused by the “joke,” Zendaya graciously took to Instagram to give her two cents on why Giuliana’s comments were “disrespectful,” stating:

After much backlash from viewers, Giuliana issued an apology on Twitter:

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