The Blue Black Girl

Things I am:

  • Black
  • Woman
  • Long Island Native and Durham local
  • Femme as F*@k
  • Clatchet- (sitting comfortably at the intersections of Classy and Ratchet)
  • Creative
  • Opinionated
  • Somewhere twerking.
  • Love and Loved

Things I am not:

  • Phased
  • Stopping (I cant. I wont. Rocafella Records)
  • The One. I mean I could be. But Im not.
  • Writing for your approval.

Now that you know me you should:

  • Read my blog posts.
  • Share my blog posts.
  • Be moved to mass whimsy and full throttle freedom by my blog posts.
  • Check out my professional side at www.MonetNoelleMarshall.com
Das me. In the flesh.

Das me. In the flesh.

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16 thoughts on “The Blue Black Girl

  1. Pingback: Very Inspiring Blogger Award II | My Far Away Places

  2. U r nice & energetic & lovely too

    Thanks for visiting my blog, be in touch with my blog browse through the categories, u will find it interesting.

  3. Hi Madame Monarch!

    My name is Sunyu and I am a co-founder of a new company called Iqilla (http://iqilla.com/). I enjoyed reading your blog. It really stood out among the sea of countless blogs on the internet! I just shared one of your blog entries with our users on Iqilla. The conversation about sex (entry from 2012) between two girls really, really represented the spirit of Iqilla so well. We would like to see if we could have you sharing your thoughts on our site. Here is a bit about who we are:

    Iqilla is a social network where women can be themselves. It’s like hanging out with your close girlfriends. It’s not a site where you control your self image like you would on Facebook and LinkedIn. It is a place where you can ask real life questions with a full context. Other members who understand the context will answer based on their personal experience. Users can ask or answer questions with their own identity or anonymously. We talk about things like lifestyle, beauty, fitness, career, food & drinks, fashion, kids, art, music, travel and pop culture. We want a place where women can help and support each other while having fun.

    Here is the link to where I shared your post with our users. Really, really great post!!!!

    http://www.iqilla.com/#/posts/37011

    We have been obsessively selective about who to invite to our site so far. Since our focus is allowing the members to exchange meaningful questions and answers, we decided to only reach out to people who we believe will have insightful things to talk about in a fun way. In other words, we are reaching out to people who we know personally who fit the bill, or those who we encountered through media that we are truly impressed by.

    We will be delighted and honored to have you setting the tone of the very first conversations on Iqilla. We launched the site just last Friday. It is brand new. It might have sounded complicated, but our ask is very simple, in terms of action steps: go to the link, register, and share your thoughts (it can be asking a question, answering someone’s question, or just share the links to your blog entries!). Also, we will cry with happiness if you decide to share the existence of Iqilla with your readers. We figured that if they read your blog, they must be great!

    If you have any questions, please let us know. Thank you very much for your time. We look forward to keep reading the great contents on your blog that we enjoyed so much, and also look forward to interacting with you on Iqilla. Your thoughts will make a big difference for Iqilla users.

    Best,

    Sunyu

  4. Hey!

    My name is Halima Lucas and I am a graduate student at USC’s School of Cinematic Arts. I’m also one of 3 black women in my cohort. I have the wonderful opportunity to do a thesis film to graduate and with the opportunity comes the chance to tell a story of a black female. I decided to write a script called, Amelia’s Closet. It is about an 11 year old black girl who gets bullied in school for being different. It tells an authentic experience of what it is like to be the only “one” in the classroom and how often time young kids of color aren’t advocated for. I’m writing you today because I’ve been checking out your blog and I thought you and your readers might be interested in such a story. I’d love to have to opportunity to share the project and bring attention to the social issues raised in the film. I’m also thrilled to be writing a film that has a healthy and real representation of a young black girl and her hardworking single father.

    Please let me know if you might be interested in sharing this! I would be so helpful in bringing this film to life and making the social impact that my crew hopes to make! You can check out the story and project here on our fundraising site: http://igg.me/at/AmeliasCloset/x/3446435

    Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you!

    Halima

    • Hello Halima!

      I would love to hear more about your project and find ways that we can work together to support it!

      All the best,

      Monet

      On Sun, Apr 5, 2015 at 4:18 AM A Black Girl's Blues wrote:

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