How to date, mate and relate. Mixing race, culture and creed.
BB&W special guest, Abrams discusses Interracial Relationships, Interfaith Love and Online Dating with Author Damona Hoffman, a columnist for JDate and the Huffington Post has a new book called “Spin Your Web.”
A book and a show, all in the same day…
They are running out of mammies and mule to carry their water. Boo fricking-hoo. More black women are realizing that it’s not our sole responsibility to worship, uplift, and carry water for black men out of some mythical historical duty. Let the “blacklash” begin.
By immediate demand, here is your fresh OT thread…
By the way, I’m working on building a forum/message board on the blog so that you all can congregate and not worry about comment overload. However, it will cost me money. If any of you would like to contribute, you can drop a few bucks in the Paypal tip jar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now OT away!!
Here’s a warning: Ladies who are doggedly defensive about anyone ever saying anything critical about their physique might want to scroll on to the next post, because this guy is giving an honest (and somewhat raw) opinion that I’m sure is going to offend some-dang-body.
This questionnaire comes courtesy of our own adorable CAPT SMOOTH…
Ladies and gents, meet Linda Wood Hoyte, 70 years of age. Yep. You read that right.
Well the GAT-DL are at it again with their embracing of black boys as the precious and then throwing the responsibility to mammy and mule to young black girls and women. In a recent Huffington Post liberal pile of horse poop, an author named Ise Lyfe makes the argument that yes, school aged black boys are often ratchet, obsessed with expensive sneakers and speaking inappropriately about sex and seem to have absolutely no interest in their education, but…and get this, it’s NOT their fault. Worse, publicly disciplining them in front of black girls (even when they’re bad asses deserve it) diminishes them as men and future mates. It makes THE PRECIOUS look bad, and as such, puts the mythical black family at peril.
Princeton University alumna, Susan Patton just came out publicly to say something I’ve been telling all of you since, well…since I’ve been here. Silly rabbit, go to college for the education AND the smorgasboard of potentially marriageable men you’ll find there, and to Hades with rabid feminists who are mouth-foaming at the whole idea, shaking in their boots that there’s some great conspiracy to fling women back into a 1950′s kitchen, barefoot and empregnated.
Many people on the side for gay marriage summon the ghosts of Lovings Vs. Virginia, the poster children of interracial marriage. My question is this: is it a fair comparison?
Last Thursday me and The Hubster got a chance to sneak away for a little R & R down in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. He won the trip, and one of the perks of his work is these things are all expenses paid–flight, food, room and booze…lots and lots of booze. The resort we stayed at was all-inclusive and absolutely stunning, but the problem was it’s Spring Break…Cabo was overrun with horny college students and pathetic adults clinging desperately to their youth.
“I was in a 4 years relationship with a MARRIED man…I traded my self esteem for some shoes and good food? I can’t believe it and I will never forgive myself for being so stupid and I will forever regret it for the rest of my life. I cry everyday and I just wish I could turn back time.”
I’m recommending BB&W use their clout to support someone who’s been one of our biggest cheerleaders, which shouldn’t be hard, because he gives some of the best relationship advice I’ve ever heard. And now you can get much of that advice compressed in Matthew’s upcoming book, GET THE GUY, to be released April 9; book review upcoming.
Now just about everytime news of some sort of program to and least TRY to tackle the single parenthood epidemic, or when yet the 50-11th report comes out to state the obvious that kids suffer from single parent households, here come the writers over yonder whining and crying because they feel attacked.
Speaking of black women who never seem to age, I’m thinking Miss Turner (soon to be Missus Turner) is not only a cougar, but a vampire.
And unlike the (now infamous) poll about black women having a better physical self image than their white counterparts despite the fact that 80% of us are technically overweight, this poll is based not on delusion, but reality.
I normally wouldn’t do this, but I think this post is a perfect piggy back to Brenda55′s post about what this blog ever discusses black men. Interesting that a sorry, loser, bottom-feeding internet troll and stalker of mine has recently started nicknaming me “nappy head.” I find this hilarious, because not only is this man utterly disgusting to look at, he is also black. With nappy hair. And these fools wonder why so many black women are throwing up deuces.