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Love, love, LOVE the dark skin, the black hair, and the gorgeous tail spread out like train for a queen. Beautiful example of how I wish black women were portrayed in art more often.

Iemanjá ou Yemanjá, orixá feminino dos mares , mãe de todos os Orixás de origem yorubana. Orixá da limpeza, mãe de muitos orixás. Dona da fertilidade feminina e do psicológico dos seres humanos.-

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