Weird Al’s still got it! Jack Black is a twerking fool, and Aisha looks adorable even when she’s trying to look tacky. On an aside, what products you think Al is using on his curly locks? Just wondering. Bet he lurks on the natural hair boards.
Le le le le sigh. I really wanted to like this show, because when OG Dallas was in it’s heyday, I’d be plastered next to the television patiently awaiting what outrage J.R. Ewing would wrought, and oo-ing and ah-ing over Pam, but not Sue Ellen, because she was a drunk, bitter biotch. Bobby was hot and a good guy. Never mind that if placed 150 years in the past, the Ewings might have owned my people–I liked it anyway. It just took a bit more suspension of reality when you’re a slave descendant who traces their roots to–you guessed it–Dallas, or at least within a 20-mile vicinity.
“Dates with God??”
Is that what we’re telling single black women to do now?
Not gonna lie–this stuff is pricy. But it’ll be the best gift you give your skin. Trust me on this.
For those of you who are curious about what the heck we talk about during our events…check it out.
On the national stage, black women must “represent,” not with hair, but with a gracious and refined attitude, ESPECIALLY when it sucks.
These events, ya’ll–I don’t mean to make you jelly or anything, but they continue to be amazing. Even in 98-degree heat (well, at least it’s a dry heat) nearly 50 people showed up to our “Swirling” book signing at Europa Village in sun-shiny Temecula. I was slightly annoyed with the folks that RSVP’d five minutes before the event, but I was able to forgive it, since we nearly sold out of all the books we brought. We had so much dang fun, people keep asking, “When’s the next one??!”
There is something quite sexy about a feminine woman dressed in menswear. Thanks to Coco Chanel, this trend has been a mainstay since the 1920s when Coco was seen dressed in her boyfriend’s clothes.
Meet Niala, BB&W newest international roving reporter.
BB&W Crew guy, Don Rice is working on a novel called, “Child Protection: A Novel of Deception” is a fictional drama/suspense tale of an investigation into corruption taking place within child protection agencies. He’s still working on it, but wanted to tear a few sample pages out for us to take a read. He starts us at Chapter 3.
The numbers of biracial children are increasing, and we’re front and center in making that happen.
I was asked to chime in on the Gabby Douglass daddy situation by my buddy Rico, who runs a show on Livestream. I also finally speak out about a certain black-woman-hating man who has been slandering me for two years. For the curious, here it is. We get into the juicy stuff at around 18:00. Sound may be kind of low, so turn your speakers up.
Besides making it illegal to purchase a gun–because the NRA and millions of other Americans will not allow for that to happen–what do you think can be done to curb gun violence in the United States?
If you read the first part of my little ‘how to’ on being a man magnet diva, you already learned a few new tricks meant to catch the eye of any red blooded male. Now that you’ve got the attention of a prospect, or several, what do you do next?
You could be beautiful and brilliant, but if your breath ain’t right, won’t matter what else you say. Here’s 10 ways to help your talk as sweet as your other…uh…assets.
I’m SO happy to see some Atlanta ladies exercising ALL their options down south.
“Haters, hate on.”
This is the follow-up post to my previous article on how little sense it made for black women to waste their time looking for love and acceptance from directions it was not forthcoming. At the end of the article, I asked why. Just why do so many black women handicap themselves in this regard and waste so much valuable time and valuable love? This part will discuss some possible theories and then I’d love to open the floor to the community members as to how black women can get around this irrational way of dealing with love.
Are you sure you know who you’re dating? Better check.
Inquiring minds want to know…..