Obesity Wins Again. My Half-Sister Is Dying.

obesity, weight, health, eating, abuse, food habits, nutrition, black women, death, cancer, illness, disease, food choices,

People often wonder why I cover the minefield that is black women and obesity. It stems from experience, watching my mother and half-sister … [Read more...]

Black Female-Centered Media is Coming Around to Our Side, but is It Only Because the NY Post Said it Was Okay?

Jacque Reid, New York Post, news, media, celebrity, dating, matchmaking, Tom Joyner Morning Show, black men, backlash, swirling, interracial dating, Clutch, interracialdating.com, Young, Black and Fabulous

Before the New York Post wrote about Jacque Reid's reversal of her decision to participate in my coaching, I was often the running joke of online … [Read more...]

I’m Taking a Hard Line. Either You Are With Us, Or You Are Against Us.

Bravo, reality shows, social perception, culture, diversity, economics, Andy Cohen, stereotypes, television, media, entertainment, ABW, propaganda

I recently heard news that an organization called Color of Change is holding Bravo's feet to the fire for it's negative depiction of black women on … [Read more...]

Honest Question: What Do Folks Expect Quality Black Women to Do? Shrivel Up and Die?

Jacque Reid, Tom Joyner, radio, personality, coaching, IRR dating,

By now you've heard that I'm coaching adorable radio and television personality, Jacque Reid. We announced the endeavor, coordinated with the help of … [Read more...]