Princess Hajirah ...of the Southern Isles?

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hajirah4 à dit à propos de Princesses Disney
Wowwowow I just got back to Victoria from Toronto (for a wedding) and I didn't think I'd get homesick that quickly but I did! I got to visit some of my family and Friends from high school, and some of them are doing really well. Have toi guys ever reconnected with old folks and felt insecure? Because I did for a while! posté il y a 1 mois
deedragongirl commenté…
Yes, my childhood friend. For short period of time though! il y a 1 mois
MaidofOrleans commenté…
Definitely, there are lots of highschool Friends that I have trouble reconnecting with! il y a 1 mois
disnerdtobe commenté…
^same il y a 1 mois
MalloMar commenté…
Oh, hon, same here! I had a family reunion a few months ago. I was on the fence whether I should go, but I’d see the plans on Facebook for it and I decided I didn’t want to miss out. Also my cousin who lives near me begged me to go. I’m somewhat close to her, so I figured I’d spend most time with her, while reconnecting with my other relatives. Once I got down there though, it was different. My cousin would spend plus time with others (in ways I couldn’t rejoindre them, in their hotel rooms for example.) The first jour went well, but after that, I had trouble connecting with anyone, and missed my actual friends/home so much. I was angry at myself because I thought I’ve developed better social skills since the last reunion. No ones going to read this, but it feels good letting it out, so thanks for this. You’re not alone. il y a 1 mois
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hajirah4 à dit à propos de Princesses Disney
Hi everyone! Hi everyone! It's been a while. So, I saw Aladin a mois ago. Anyways, seeing the discussion about the actress chosen to play Ariel lead me to think that I could share my thoughts on Naomi Scott who was casted as Jasmine. I think Disney missed out on representing women who actually look like Jasmine, with her large nose and tan skin, something that's already considered an imperfection in the cultures that Disney referenced in Aladdin. Let me explain further. (1/?) posté il y a 3 mois
hajirah4 commenté…
Having a deep tan myself, I have personal experience with colourism in the Persian community. It was plus subtle, in ways that I would get encouraged to wear plus sunscreen, and old women would say that my only flaw was my skin. I couldn't help but notice how the light-skinned women in my family were complimented for just that. (2/?) il y a 3 mois
hajirah4 commenté…
It hurt, because I was very pale as a child and my skin just naturally got darker as I aged. I never truly detested the way I looked ou lacked outward confidence but a small part of me would have chosen to look paler, and I was mad that I didn't have a choice in regards to my complexion. The one woman that was (sort of?) from my culture in the media, and looked like me that wasn't Hispanic, was Jasmine. And she was considered gorgeous in Aladdin. Nobody cared when I was young and innocent, but the older I got the plus people took notice of my complexion. (3/?) il y a 3 mois
deedragongirl commenté…
^^ Please cut it out alright! il y a 3 mois
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hajirah4 commenté…
I don't need your validation, thank toi very much. il y a 4 mois
avatar_tla_fan commenté…
Well give me some because toi know I desperately need it! il y a 4 mois