My Thoughts: In The Midst Of Glamour, African Women Are Indeed Beautiful & Worth Being Celebrated

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The beauty of Africa is not just entrenched in its landscapes, wild life, greener forest and sarcastically its corrupt leaders, its women are extremely glamorous and true embodiment of natural beauty.

I have never taken time out of my busy schedule to give a “tell-tale” glance to the beauty Africa is endowed with in terms of the diverse but beautiful women who are twisted, shaped and curved in different ways.

Last night presented to me 8 glamorous women from various parts of Africa. It was like a beauty pageant where all the fabulous and naturally beautified and perfectly created black women were lined up.

My experience last night got my mind settling deep on the words; indeed African women are beautiful and worth being celebrated. Without contempt and not sounding racist, I can boldly say beauty comes in black and lives in Africa.

As I sat calmly, overshadowed and slightly threatened by these 8 innate beautiful girls who spring from Nigeria, Congo DR, Uganda, Ghana, South Africa and Gambia dancing to various tunes from different parts of the world especially Africa in celebrating their friend attaining 31, I wondered how any African man would “skip jump” such beauties to marry a non African.

Africa is blessed and black is beautiful. I am proud to be a citizen of a continent full of natural beautiful women. Let’s celebrate that which Africa brings and worship the various black African empresses.

In short, African women are naturally beautiful and are worth being celebrated.

 


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Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri, Esq
I am Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri, a Lawyer, a Thinker, a Minimalist, a Writer, and something like a Legal Polymath based in the United Kingdom.