TeamLovely, the world is currently in the midst of a paradigm shift.

These historic times are ushering in a season where future generations will look to us and ask what role did we play in these critical times. What will be your legacy? On which side of justice did you stand?

As a platform that ultimately seeks to cultivate and encourage all things feminine, I wanted to share my thoughts on how a lady should position herself for the greater good. From my personal perspective.

As a Black woman, it is also important to note that we are not called to “mulling”. Which is carrying everyone’s load at the expense of our mental and emotional wellbeing. We’ve retired the cape.

I wouldn’t even advise women to be exposed and at risk in these volatile environments. There are a lot of things that are hidden and the safest best as a feminine woman is to fight with our beautiful minds. Strategize. Organize. Mobilize.

Indeed, being a lady is not incompatible with being an advocate for change. It’s actually an honorable pursuit and quite complementary. Many prominent figures and exemplary women have raised their voices for change, marched for equality and championed noble causes- all while preserving their feminine hearts.

Many like the beautiful and eminent Coretta Scott King, the iconic and accomplished Josephine Baker, the poised and history-making Rosa Parks, or the courageous and pioneering Elizabeth Eckford, all provide lady like examples of True advocacy, Each playing a pivotal role in the journey to Freedom.

And today, as the fight for justice continues it is ever more crucial do you remember that femininity doesn’t mean complacency. You don’t have to brutally engage but there are other pragmatic and tangible ways to trigger change.

The biblical account of queen Esther illustrates this principle beautifully.

From an orphan, she was transformed into the highest level of beauty, prestige and femininity- a Queen. Yet she didn’t let her royal status make her indifferent to the plight of her people. She took a stand for what was right and was able to save a nation. 💗So lovely, how will you show up? Maybe “you’ve come to the Kingdom for such a time as this?”- Esther 4:14.


Thanks so much for stopping by. Wishing you all safety and peace.

Black lives matter today, tomorrow and beyond trends – and always .



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