I was hanging out with this girl the other day..
It was hot out. She was wearing a tank.
She put her arms over head while we were talking.
I noticed her armpit hair..
Then she noticed I noticed her armpit hair.
“You like?” she asked.
“No,” I said.
The next day we went to the beach. It was a nude beach. But none of us were nude.
Right before heading into the water the girl stopped, turned around towards me, raised her arm and used a finger attached to the hand attached to her other arm to point and say, “Look, no hair.”
I swear to God that’s the nicest thing a woman has ever done for me.
Via: Nah Right
Black people music often get’s shitted on for it’s music videos’ overtly grotesque objectifications of women.. to which uh.. well.. honestly.. it very well should. Because even as a passionate lover of the darker sounds I’ll be the first one to admit it only takes one to spend 11.8 seconds on World Star Hip Hop to realize that some of this shit is 10 blocks beyond defense.
Perhaps that’s exactly what makes this video so insanely refreshing.. It’s refined, sophisticated, and sharp. No blurry lines (pun very much intended).
Mr. Williams is in the video but he’s certainly not it’s star; the woman are.. Natural. Assertive. Disciplined. Free. Creative. Silly. Beautiful. Intelligent. Fucking Bold.
All of them..
They own it.
Having grown up on hip-hop I can’t help but feeling like I’ve been bamboozled into believing that the pornographically generic images of club rats, booty poppers, gold diggers and pole climbers are what actual female humans look like.
So thank you Mr. Williams for reminding us that women can be more than sexual props in black music man videos.
Kudos to you sir.
I wish I had a dog.