I hear the Pittsburgh Steelers whupped the Cleveland Browns in the opening season game. Well, that’s all fine and good but I’m more interested in the Pittsburgh Steeler with the exceptionally awesome hair. Troy Polamalu is a Samoan American powerhouse that you just can’t ignore either because of his frenzied style of football or his equallyRead More…
A BB&W woman maximizes her opportunities in all aspects of her life–even and especially the financial.
Republicans are saying Biden is pandering.
As women of color, we must ask ourselves, why does society fear budding sexuality? Sexual development goes hand in hand with walking upright, learning to make decisions and other milestones we prepare young people for, yet we ignore this.
Since folks keep asking me to read the tea leaves, here’s what I think about Paul Ryan having a black college sweetheart.
I’m sweating the technique…
Is Rihanna’s relationship with Chris Brown the result of her relationship with her father?
neener neener NEE-NERRRR!!!
“It would be easy for me to always write these articles from a positive and upbeat perspective. I could pretend that I have no bad days, no faults, and I have all the answers, but instead I choose to bring my readers my authentic self.”
Did you get wind of this fart cloud?
Whew! It’s gonna get hot in here…
Embrace the rainbow, ladies!
This video is a light-hearted response to some cold-blooded assumptions that are being made about “Swirling” by people–some who are self-proclaimed “journalists” who have never cracked the spine on the book.
You have to ask yourself, why would anyone want to discourage another from reading a book that they themselves have not read? What might they be afraid of?
Can black women ever win when it comes to expressing their emotions?
When I see something mentioned repeatedly within a short period of time at different locations, it’s not within me to see it as merely a coincidence. Sometimes, some people really want to get a point (or a fear) across and they will flap their gums all over the place to make it happen. Right now, […]
“As a ten year old girl, Deja Young goes through a dehumanizing ordeal with someone new that recently entered her life. Dealing with this ordeal along with serious family issues, made growing up for Deja a lot harder than it had to be. But Deja does grow up with traumatizing memories that haunts her like a ghost.”
This is what you missed! Make sure it doesn’t happen again, because we’re coming to a city near you.
Okay ladies, buckle up!
Not to be a jerk or anything, but do you notice that the fatso states tend to vote Republican, who chiefly opposed Obama’s health care bill?