A Girl Like Me, is a 2005 documentary by Kiri Davis. The seven-minute documentary examines such things as the importance of color, hair and facial features for young African American women. It won the Diversity Award at the 6th Annual Media That Matters film festival in New York City, has been shown on HBO and other TV channels, and can be seen on mediathatmattersfest.org.
"Hi, I'm Ariana White, I'm an assistant here. I'm 18 and single, but I'm looking. I enjoy singing, acting, & dancing. My mother owns the agency, I choose not to be a model I'm not even that popular and modeling is right for a girl like me... So yeah come say hey!"
oh sorry how rude of us to want a guy who likes us that we like back, how rude of us to, god forbid, think of ourselves and our own happiness and not yours. when a guy does this thing and he dumps a girl because he's not interested but she still likes him, why don't ya have the same reaction? why does he get labelled as normal and the girl as creepy, and if a girl does it she's "ungrateful" and it "hurts the guy's feelings so she shouldn't do it"? grow the fuck up.