Black Queen Living my best life shirt, guy v-neck, sweat shirt
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Ash is 99/1 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
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Black Queen Living my best life shirt is available. Black people speak a lot about racism in America. Living abroad makes you appreciate America because while there is racism it isn’t open and in your face. I’ve lived in South East Asia for 8 years now and while I have not experienced many racial issues personally people are not shy to tell you what they think about your skin color. Police comment on your skin color, women will openly tell you that they are not interested in dating you because you’re black and in many places you don’t receive as good customer service as a lighter person. It is also common place for people to make racial slurs when angry at you and there not being any repercussions.
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Now knowing that the are places where black people are treated worse than America. I want to know what are your thoughts. I’m looking for intelligent answers. Sorry if I forgot to mention that earlier. Let’s have an intelligent conversation or debate. You’re almost never in a room with someone who doesn’t have a tattoo … Having tattoos has become more common than being bare-skinned. I myself have several tattoos including a three-quarter sleeve on my left arm. I got my first tattoo when I turned 18 and really only stopped a few years ago. So, why did I stop when getting tattoos is so fun? Have you got Black Queen Living my best life shirt?
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My wake-up call: After becoming trained in functional medicine, a means of seeking the root cause of a client’s symptoms or chronic conditions through extensive analysis, I decided to get a full workup done. This included a stool analysis and routine blood work to learn more about my health. I wasn’t expecting to see anything alarming, but when I received the results of my blood tests, I cried. I thought I was living a healthy lifestyle, but my blood work revealed liver enzymes that were that of someone in liver failure. Then I was terrified. What scared me even more was that generally I felt pretty good. Aside from having some moderate hiving on my skin (not just in the areas of my tattoos) and a history of anxiety, I had never had any major health concerns.