How to date, mate and relate. Mixing race, culture and creed.
What is it with this hair stuff?!
You see, there are persons who consciously or unconsciously look at me and decide I have to choose a box to jump into: BLACK or WOMAN. Surprisingly, it is too much for some people to comprehend that I can be both at the same time.
Thanks very much to Blackberry, who made a comment that reminded me of something I’ve seen FAR too often in controversial situations where black men are involved: “Fighting, tweeting, revenge sex, imm take your man! ….speaking of man…how is possible that public discourse places no blame on him! Kimmoira didn’t leave Kola while she had [...]
Question: Have you observed persons encouraging a sense of spiritual naivety in black girls rather than preparing them for real issues? How do you feel “faith” is used to disarm black women and girls?
Do you hold grudges? If not, what is your secret to letting things go?
Why I love guys with long hair?
Are we all on the same team?
I don’t know when it happened exactly, but one day, I was looking at television and it hit me: “Where are all the dark-skinned women?”
So…..Any other black of Asian music, dramas, and pop culture? What are your experiences? Got a favorite artist?
“The polite poisoner comes in the form of “the voice of reason” with a civil manner, a person that offers an “alternate point of view” or in the role of “devil’s advocate”. They do not call you a b*tch or a wh*re or threaten you outright. But if you read between the lines, not only are they insulting your intelligence, it’s very clear that their goal is to use, manipulate, and undermine you.”
Toni argues that a little shame can be a good thing.
Soccer players are so dang HAWT!
Picking up where I left off in part 2, I want to speak to why so many black women, no matter how intelligent, successful and yes, interracial relationship-minded, will take some unnecessary bullets and jump head-first into crosshairs. Fear is a major motivating factor, but inorder to understand the reason, you have to get at the root. That root is indoctrination.
(First and second parts are here) Before I move on to part three (indoctrination), I wanted to mention that sometimes I observe behaviors from people who don’t seem to realize that they aren’t being addressed in a certain situation: They seem to think they are being targeted when they are not. They participate in [...]
“Many a truth is told in jest.”