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Madeline Wilson-Ojo
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Madeline Wilson-Ojo commented on a post on Blogger.
I loved reading this Saabirah! I was yes, yes, yes and yessing all the way through! I hold my hands up to having been a perpetrator of respectability politics (I didn't even know that's what it was called at the time). But I was so tired of being called "ghetto" all the time at my super white secondary school that by the time I left, I really went to lengths to remove myself from the label and make myself as 'palatable' as possible to white uni friends and colleagues and became very judgemental as a result. Now older and wiser, and after some self discovery and a lot of self checking Im also trying to do my part in life and in my corner of the internet to contribute to all the positive (albeit slow) changes the black community is undergoing.

Madeline
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Madeline Wilson-Ojo commented on a post on Blogger.
Nice write up Saabirah. You seem very self aware and introspective. I'm glad that you recognised that you're at a stage in life where you can't fully commit because you have to be intentional about your relationships which includes making time for the significant other, choosing which arguments are worth having etc. Some people don't recognise that and end up self sabotaging and bringing the other person down with them. But I do have to question a few of your points. Did you say that being unnatractive has contributed to your singleness? Not at all hun! You are beautiful. Please permit me to share this with you. I recently showed my best friend your Insta profile and was like "wow you and this blogger look really alike". Now I've Always considered my friend a beauty (which her boyfriend of 3 years also agrees with!) may be referring to your character being unnatractive but I highly doubt that! All together nicely written though. I enjoyed reading your thoughts.
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A short write up on how to go on a #blogging  hiatus without abandoning the readers.
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How To Go on a Blogging Hiatus Without Abandoning Your Readers
Hello ladies! We are back again with more blogging tips! This time we are focusing on how to take a break from blogging without just abandoning it altogether. From time to time, we'll all need a break because life can get overwhelming, but it can be confusi...
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This is a tantalising review of the eroticnoirebookclub
#eroticfiction   #blackwriters   #eventsinlondon   #madelinewilsonojo   #wordsaregolden  
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The Eroticnoire Book Club: Review
When was the last time you took a tentative step into something that scares you a little? How many times have you tried something a little unconventional just for the excitement of it? Well, yesterday, I wandered into the sensational world of erotic fiction...
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Tara is the creative brains behind Book Reviews by Tara - a social media platform, shining the light on black indie authors. Read her inspiring story on the blog #wordsaregolden   #madelinewilsonojo   #bookreviews   #spotlight   #blackandbookish  
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Meet Tara! Our SPOTLIGHT segment is back! Today's focus is on African American mother and grandmother Tara.  Tara is a book reviewer just like me! Her brand, Book Reviews by Tara is dedicated to the promotion and honest commentary of books by black, indie a...
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#31lessons   #madelinewilsonojo   #lifeandthoughts  31 lessons in 31 years!
31 Life Lessons in 31 years
31 Life Lessons in 31 years
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31 Life Lessons in 31 years
Tomorrow is my birthday! whoop whoop! Despite my happiness, I must admit that I'm feeling a little more reflective than excited. This is quite in contrast to last year when I  welcomed my new age with much care-freeness and enthusiasm, and declared to the w...
31 Life Lessons in 31 years
31 Life Lessons in 31 years
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