Lavern Cox Graces the Cover of TIME Magazine: Speaks on Race, Gender and Violence

Lavern Cox, OITNB, media, advocacy, transgender, LGBT, civil rights, writer, producer, actress, Black man, black woman, violence, bullying, children, Time Magazine, beauty, fashion, style, historic,

There is no question that Lavern Cox is setting the world on fire. This African American beauty is one of the break away stars of Orange is the New … [Read more...]

Why Is Everyone Mad At A “Non-Working” Black Woman?

SAHM, lifestyle, choices, options, family, parenting, marriage, couples, children, finances, aging, society, culture, stereotypes, black women,stay at home black mothers, non working mothers, stay at home parents, women who don't want to work, raising kids, child rearing, tradition, servants, privilege, freedom,

I find that there are few things that piss off black people more than a stay at home black mother. Not stay at home mother, but stay at home BLACK … [Read more...]

OK, So You Possibly Hate (Or Love) Beyoncé’s New Album, But At Least You Now Know Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Is

feminism, music, media, Beyonce, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Nigerian, entertainment,

She deserves the hype. And by "she," I'm referring to Nigerian feminist author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. Beyoncé's recent eponymous album--and the … [Read more...]