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  • Quand tu es invité à l’anniversaire de ta copine et le loto c’est « blanc avec accessoires #wax ». Net dans mes accessoires je retrouve le duo ceinture et pochette de chez #floraz
    On valide?
  • Quand tu es invité à l’anniversaire de ta copine et le loto c’est « blanc avec accessoires #wax ». Net dans mes accessoires je retrouve le duo ceinture et pochette de chez #floraz 
On valide?
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  • Passez un doux week-end 🖤
  • Passez un doux week-end 🖤
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  • @segenhm with our classic sets! She makes it look so easy! 😍😍😍
  • @segenhm with our classic sets! She makes it look so easy! 😍😍😍
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  • The Dohemian Female Army “Old or young, ugly or beautiful, they are wonderful to look at. They are as well built as the male warriors and their attitude is just as disciplined and correct, lined up as though against a rope.”-E. Chaudoin
    The Dohemian Female Army (1841) Dohomey was a wealthy West African empire. The elements of Dohomey's success were its trade and its powerful army, whose soldiers were considered invincible. The fierce and mighty Behanzin Bowelle was the king of this great empire. His army contained 25,000 warriors, 5,000 of which were women. These women were thoroughly trained and kept trim by a system of gymnastics developed by the Dohomians themselves. Recruited from among the healthiest and strongest virgins in Dohomey, these females were sworn to chastity. The king sometimes picked his wives from among them or gave them to his bravest warriors. The training of these women was very rigorous. One of their drills was charging three times barefoot into a construction of thorns, nude to their waist. The Amazon army corps, made up of female warriors, is said to have been established by King Agadja (1708-1740). His father, King Houégbadja, had already created a detachment of "elephant huntresses" who were also bodyguards. But Agadja made them into real warriors.

    #melanin #truth #freedomfighters #strength #blackexcellence #natives
    #indigenous #culture #blackman #blackwoman #heritage #queens #kings #royalty #roots #ancestors #ancestral #knowledge #wisdom #overstanding #purpose #godbody #godspeed #love #light #peace #higherconsciousness #vision #politevisions
  • The Dohemian Female Army “Old or young, ugly or beautiful, they are wonderful to look at. They are as well built as the male warriors and their attitude is just as disciplined and correct, lined up as though against a rope.”-E. Chaudoin 
The Dohemian Female Army (1841) Dohomey was a wealthy West African empire. The elements of Dohomey's success were its trade and its powerful army, whose soldiers were considered invincible. The fierce and mighty Behanzin Bowelle was the king of this great empire. His army contained 25,000 warriors, 5,000 of which were women. These women were thoroughly trained and kept trim by a system of gymnastics developed by the Dohomians themselves. Recruited from among the healthiest and strongest virgins in Dohomey, these females were sworn to chastity. The king sometimes picked his wives from among them or gave them to his bravest warriors. The training of these women was very rigorous. One of their drills was charging three times barefoot into a construction of thorns, nude to their waist. The Amazon army corps, made up of female warriors, is said to have been established by King Agadja (1708-1740). His father, King Houégbadja, had already created a detachment of "elephant huntresses" who were also bodyguards. But Agadja made them into real warriors.

#melanin #truth #freedomfighters #strength #blackexcellence #natives 
#indigenous #culture #blackman #blackwoman #heritage #queens #kings #royalty #roots #ancestors #ancestral #knowledge #wisdom #overstanding #purpose #godbody #godspeed #love #light #peace #higherconsciousness #vision #politevisions
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  • tonight tonight tonight!!! im in brooklyn hosting a discussion featuring some amazing ladies. we’ll be talking about the representation of the black body in some of our favorite music videos. and there will be @thegumbo merch too! come hang with us ❤️
  • tonight tonight tonight!!! im in brooklyn hosting a discussion featuring some amazing ladies. we’ll be talking about the representation of the black body in some of our favorite music videos. and there will be @thegumbo merch too! come hang with us ❤️
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