We are inaugurating a new occasional feature here at Beyond Black and White called “Ask a White Guy.” This is your chance to ask the one, the only, incomparable SavageTango your dating and relating questions. So don’t sit there wondering. Don’t rack your brains out. All you need do isRead More…
Fall is time for comfort food!
“Yes, negrettes! For $4,000 we not only will degrade you, but your entire race and gender! We know you’ll whore yourself for any little bit of money so come on, you know you want to email me at Caraamericanfamily@gmail.com.”
…which is why it’s so hilarious to watch.
New research suggests that a large deposits of belly fat are just as bad on the body as smoking a pack of cigarettes a day.
The block in Champaign had 82 jaywalking arrests of black people from 2007 to 2011, the highest total in the city, and more than the total number of white people arrested (72) in the entire city combined.
Sometimes the branches of a family tree can cross and twist in ways that we may not ever imagine.
Wish that had this stuff when I was 14 and pimply.
Robert Vuijsje, a Dutch journalist and writer, published his first novel Alleen maar nette mensen, or Only Decent People in 2008. The gist of Alleen maar nette mensen is that a young white man from the upper class of Dutch society becomes infatuated with the prototypical model of black beauty–dark skin, voluptuous lips, and a protuberant backside–and goes in search of a black woman who has such a physical form.
This is by far the most bizarre post I’ve received so far, but with reports from war-torn Blackistan coming out daily, I can’t say I’m surprised. I also have to admit that I have absolutely NO IDEA how to help this poor girl, but the least that I can do is post it to see if any of you have anything to lend. The writer understands this story is fantastic, so she agreed to post a photo of herself along with the email to prove she’s real.
So…here it is.
Look what’s beginning to happen…
Diabetes is a nationwide problem. It can affect anyone, regardless of race, color or creed, age or sex–but African Americans are particularly vulnerable to the disease. Even if you don’t have diabetes, there is no reason you still cannot enjoy delicious comfort food. Below is a recipe I developed with the aid of the ADA, […]
This post is in response to the overwhelming feedback to my previous post in regards to graciousness in competition. The objective was not to project anyone in a negative light but to shed light on the importance of knowing how to deal with people graciously in competition and uncomfortable situations. The responses that followed expressed a myriad of personal thoughts and feelings on the matter but with the exception of a few, the majority of commenters various responses focused on three areas (as one commenter pointed out) and I find that if we defend these stances they will do us more harm than good.
Thought I’d add a little variety to the QOTW and get my pal Matthew Hussey in on the action. Ladies, please be mindful of your drool–water and electronic devices don’t like each other, umkay?
A complicated and unique facet of being bi-racial is that we’re all a part of at least two different races and/or cultures yet, depending on who we’re most closest to, is who we come to identify with.
Models.com has ranked Joan Smalls the number one model in the world.
Could this be a viable alternative to itchy panty hose?
Yes; ‘Blackistan’ is a real place. It’s in just about every city in the U.S.
An interracial couple was taunted and the boyfriend beaten to a pulp for daring to love a black woman. Ladies and gents, be on guard.