Sure Summer is over but ahhhhhhh the memories of sand and surf and beautiful babes in bikinis. So before we turn our attention to fall and all of the lusciousness to be seen during this season lets look back for a moment.
Note: For the purpose of this article, I’m dealing with a specifically observed issue that has nothing to do with “butch” lesbianism in black women or non-black women. What I’m talking about is not an outgrowth of self-identified sexuality, sexual expression, or a conscious decision by the individual to move away from gender norms and form their own identity. This post is on something ENTIRELY different.
With all this talk of swirling, I often wonder how some of our Christian BWE ladies approach the IR debate in their Christian circles. After all, the Bible has some pretty interesting things to say about the topic…
Tamera Mowry was attacked last night on Twitter because she dared complain about the interruptions Joe Biden made during the vice presidential debates. She wasn’t just attacked on her politics, but with her choice in husbands.
A bus driver uppercuts a teenager after she throws the first punch. Was he justified in saying “If you wanna act like a man, I’ll treat you like a man”?
Who (besides us) are putting this on this year’s Christmas list?
This brings a whole new definition to “monkey business” lol
A new twist to an old classic…
Will a recent case against UT signal the end of Affirmative Action as we know it today? The conservative leaning Supreme Court may close that chapter sooner than we think.
Republican, Democrat, liberal and conservative alike are invited to celebrate the ending of a soap-operatic election season. We’re going to have a discussion (in perhaps, a drunken stupor) about how personal politics can play a role in interracial dating, and attack some of the misconceptions and stereotypes some people have about dating a conservative or liberal.
According to InterracialDating.com, 10 of the top 20 states in most demand for online interracial dating services are historically red states.
It looks like Italian and Korean haven’t gotten the message that black women aren’t approachable. Take a read at how this traveling sistah fares in the dating world beyond the U.S. of A.
New York City’s controversial “stop and frisk” policy is questioned when one 17-year-old records the harassment and threats of violence from the police. But some say neighborhoods support it to reduce crime.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness month. Tracy Renee Jones explains why “just ignoring” blatant abuse is never a solution.
Find out how EarthJeff’s dating life is like, swirling in “The D!”
But before you feast your eyes on Matthew again, we need to take care of a little housekeeping.
“We on sites like this one want better than misery. We are not dumb, we have eyes and we know what we have been through and what so many of our fellow black women are going through. We question the reasons why and attempt to set a course of action to live full and happy lives on our own terms. We want no parts of the grand delusion that others attempt to sell to us. We know better.”
Last week, the Bureau of Labor Statistics publicized the September unemployment numbers. The Bureau reported that unemployment had fallen below 8% for the first time since January 2009. For all accounts, this was stellar news for the country. And, with the report showing that the number of discouraged workers, or those no longer looking for […]
Stories of workplace bullying are commonplace throughout the United States. Are you a victim? Victimizer? Find out now.
Black women catch so much flack for seeking interracial relationships. Now black bloggers are targeting K. Michelle and her unapologetic preference for white men.
Before I went to Greece, I pictured it looking like the movie Mamma Mia or the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. I expected to be surrounded by blue skies, an even bluer ocean, and white sand nestled between my toes.
But as usual, my perfect image of how something should be was shattered. And I’m happy it was. When I first arrived at Athens for my educational field trip, I can’t say I was impressed. I saw dark alleys, cracked sidewalks, and graffiti. Everything I thought Greece wasn’t.