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Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Black (Human) Beauty

Before I get too far into this post, I want to state emphatically that despite the playful nature of the images and observations to follow, I am NOT trivializing racial issues currently at the forefront of our current events. I have always said to people of various ethnicities that if everyone just focused on the food and drink of diverse origins instead of imagined stereotypes, we would all be more enriched, united, and ultimately better off. Today's post is an expression of a similar sentiment: People of color are different in certain ways.....but not in any way that separates them from the human family. Why do we focus so much on the word "color" in "people of color" rather than "people"?

As people, Black women have a special beauty. Why should anyone ignore that fact in favor of more divisive criteria? Maybe if everyone just appreciated the differences as a wonderful addition to the vast possibilities of human beauty, people of color would be a welcome addition to the diversity of humanity rather than have their skin tone and features act as some glaring demarcation for separation. And now, with that said, let's dive in and admire the beauty and sexiness of our fellow humans! Black beauty can be.....


.......or personal and everyday.

It comes in different shades:

From Seattle Roast coffee...... dark chocolate..... cute caramel..... cafe au lait with a LOT of cream......

.....all the way us.

It comes in different shapes.

From petite pixies..... classic perfection.....

........and on to a bounty of curves.

Athletically fit.......

.......and downright Amazonian!

To different ages.

From young..... a bit older..... fully matured.

But beauty is not merely a matter of features. Attitudes and personalities are just as important to making someone appealing since all tastes and desires are part of being human. What do you find sexy?

A playful exhibitionist?

A flagrant flasher?

Someone a bit more coy?

Mischievously naughty?

A temptress?

Oiled up for some slick action?

Or freshly showered?

Mildly kinky?

Demanding of worship?

Confidently raunchy?

Do you find yourself willingly subservient to an unknown, exotic Ebony Domme?

Or maybe there's already somebody in your life who is more than willing to expand your appreciation of the strength of women of color?

Whatever your situation, whatever preferences you harbor, ethnic women are not aliens. Certainly not enemies. They are our sisters.......not much different from us.....just with a bit more melanin and just as prone to moments of glory or banality as we are. 

But if you do venture out into this darker world, remember.......just as Forrest Gump said, "Life is like a box of chocolates.........."

" never know what you're gonna get."


  1. Replies
    1. Well Dan, that's because there's no money shot! LOL

    2. Maybe not, but based on his vantage point, I think the guy on his back will "see it coming". ;-)

    3. :-)

      Is it just me, or does the woman spanking the white girl look bored out of her mind?

    4. Dan: Actually, I don't read it that way. I see it more as restrained and focused rather than bored.

  2. Stunningly beautiful images KD (although the last one was a bit of a surprise!). Thanks for sharing.

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