How to date, mate and relate. Mixing race, culture and creed.
What in the unnatural cuss…
“Favorite food you asked? No, I do not have any, but I do enjoy grilled chicken. In my country, we eat cooked corn meal (thick porridge) with meat, chicken, fish and/or vegetables. We also eat rice and potatoes. And what meal would bring me a smile? To be honest, I like eating clean-shaven pussy. I hope to enjoy yours one day very soon.”
“Follow your passion” is not good advice, according to author/academic Cal Newport, yet this simple phrase has become the go-to career advice given to those trying to figure out what to do with their life. In ‘So Good They Can’t Ignore You: Why Skills Trump Passion in the Quest for Work You love,’ Newport lays out a solid plan for achieving real satisfaction from and passion for the work that you do.
NOTE: This post is ONLY for women who WANT to get married and have families. If this isn’t you, you might just want to check out Tanisha’s post on black and white fashion trends.
As promised, here’s the conclusion of the chat I had with Matthew Hussey earlier this month. I’m just warning you…something he’s going to say at the end might make you swoon, but don’t flood my email begging me to pass him your numbers, umkay??
Say WHHAAAA??? Oral sex causes throat cancer??!!
Ever wonder why these women get so mad? It’s because the topic of black women in loving relationships where they are married and thriving is like a dog and a dog whistle: You don’t hear what’s so bad or painful, but they do. Oh do they ever. And they will let you know.
Have you experienced or observed black women trying to sabotage other women considering interracial dating?
In light of the wonderful discussion prompted by a QOTW that stumped our wise one, I could not help think of the first person who followed me on Tumbler. Meet Whitney Mitchell. Whitney is a phenomenal young woman who touches everyone she meets. You are drawn to her bubbly personality, positive demeanor and beautiful smile. You hardly notice that Whitney is a quadruple amputee at all. Her condition does not define her and she thrives in spite of it. In fact Whitney is more determined than ever to be the dancer she always dreamed of being. Whitney is in constant company of people who love and adore her — family, friends and strangers alike are inspired by her winning attitude and refusal to be defeated. I don’t detect bitterness due to a medical misdiagnosis causing her condition.
Why are Americans so seemingly generous on an individual level, but those same Americans who will tithe to their local church lambaste calls to pay higher taxes to support greater social services to the poor?
In 1979 Chirlane Mccray wrote an article in Essence proclaiming herself a black feminist lesbian. In 2013 she’s the wife of New York City mayoral candidate Bill De Blasio and the mother of two children–what a difference a few decades make.
I happened upon this blog a while back. It was originially posted back in 2009 on the blog Cultural Matters by Lisa L. Wynn. Lisa is a white American expat living in Australia. I found the post interesting enough to review the comments and chime in a couple of times. I encourage black women to seek out opportunities in Australia and New Zealand. I know people living in both places. Follow the comments and discussion. People are still posting.
To said bigots, I present this empty stadium. It may take you awhile to work your way around. You might have to miss a couple of days of work. There may be an awkward pause as you remove your head from between your butt cheeks. However, I insist that you to take the time necessary to place your rear in all the available spaces where a person could possibly have a seat. At least so that you can spend your time elsewhere and not breathing your garlic-and-sweat-soaked-sock-smelling hot breath in the conversational spaces of people with better things to do than hear your ignorant and ugly opinions.
Go to any Sephora and you’ll see a wall of Ole Henricksen products–all natural, smells delish, and the stuff actually works. But did you know they had a spa in Los Angeles? It’s the only one they have in the United States, and if you live anywhere close or are planning a visit to Hollywood to tour the crazies, then you absolutely must go.
David Lippman says his peace/piece…