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QOTW: “Am I Wrong to EXPLICITLY Exclude Black Men from My Dating…

Hi Christelyn,   I have been following this website for a little while now, and im happy to know that there is a support group for those who want to expand their horizons and date outside of their color-coded box. I have been struggling with this particular problem for the past few years now, the […]

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Yoga Poses to Trim The Love Handles Right Off…

Building upon the previous yoga poses to target problem areas, take a gander at how side plank can trim off and tone those love handles. But it must be said, the BEST way to trim belly fat is through your diet. That means cutting out processed foods, white sugar, white rice and flour and potatoes. […]

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10 Ultra-Moisturizing Products We Love For Natural Hair…

  Natural hair is both beautiful and versatile. Some people seem to think that going natural means less hair maintenance, and that can be true with some styles. But as your hair gains length, you have to ensure that it gets proper moisture to retain that length and continue to grow. Here are 10 products […]

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Ask a White Guy: Older Men, Younger Women?…

by SavageTango I saw an interesting discussion going on in here not too long ago. Well, pretty much every discussion here is interesting but this one particularly so. It caught my eye real fast and I wanted to crash it and start in with my .02 about the problem these Ladies were talking about. But […]

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If You’re Single….Get a Dog!…

I can’t say that I share your frustration with being incapable of meeting people nor finding men. Seriously folks, if you are serious about finding love and romance in your life then the best advice that I can give to you is to go out in the real world and participate. If you’re single and […]

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SirLoin’s Babe Wednesday: Babes, Bikes and Bliss…

Well of course we are going to show you the babes. We are going to show you the bikes. However we are going to do more than that.   You see we have stories to tell of fearless women who ride the iron horse and take no prisoners.  For example this lovely lady below.   […]

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Black Militants Call ESPN Journalist, Jemele Hill “Race…

I just have to say something. These so-called pro-black militants on Facebook who “claim” they only desire the betterment and advancement of black people honestly scare me. They have so much contempt for black women, so much seething hatred and need to for absolute control that to have these folks take over black society would […]

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Video: You Tubers, Shelly and Michael Tie the Knot!…

Up-and-coming You Tube star couple, Shelly and Michael made it official earlier this month. They wanted to share their happy day with our community. Don’t you just love, LOVE?

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Open Forum: Okay; We Know White Men Married to Black Women are 44%…

By now a lot of  you have heard about the study by the National Council of  Family relations reported that amongst the study of 6,000 respondents, white men married to black women were 44% LESS likely to divorce out of all the interracial combinations they tested, while black men married to white women had a […]

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Next BB&W LIVE Chat: How to Know When He (or She) is Into You,…

Last week’s live chat was such a massive success, we’re doing it again, and adding another hour! We’re adding it because the topic of discussion is just too dang juicy for one, piddly hour. With special guest, author of “The Black Girl’s Guide to Dating White Men,” Niki McElroy and former Bachelor, James Swanwick, we’re […]

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Man Candy Monday: The Pittsburgh Steeler With the Awesome Hair…

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 equally […]

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Fabulous & Flirty Fall Trends…

Although the temperatures are bit on the high side and it seems a bit premature to pull out our jackets and scarves, the calendar lets us know that the time is drawing near. I love fall because of the brilliant and beautiful colors that the leaves change during this time. I also love pumpkin scented candles but that’s […]

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How Blackistanis Police Their Own: Girl Gets a Beat Down for…

A Rock Hill, South Carolina teenager contacted the police after being attacked by two hood boogers for “acting too much like a white girl.” Yes; this happens. Speak in proper English, know who your father is, or worse, have a dad that lives with you, get good grades, and you’ll be a target for a […]

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BB&W’s Very Own ‘EarthJeff’ is Getting Hitched!!…

Jeff and Toni’s Story Old, balding, creaky-kneed white male high-school science teacher about to cross the threshold to 50. Adorable, sweet, cute black female “nerdy mom” (as she likes to jokingly call herself) with a very close family that outnumbers the population of the State of Mississippi. A decade ago these two NEVER hook up. […]

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Kevin Talks Football!…

Ladies I want to explain football to you. Some of you already know, but trust me when I tell you that men find it to be a great thing if you know the game or even better– watch and enjoy the game. If us guys know Scandal and all the other dramas, then you can know […]

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Book Review: Taking My Hand Out Of My Pocket…

  Taking My Hand Out Of My Pocket by Lorie Tensen Synopsis: The book is my autobiography: the story of my personal journey which began in 1979 as a pre-teen. At the age of 12, my right arm was caught in the meat grinder in the meat room of my parents grocery store. The result […]

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In Case You Missed It: BB&W Live Discussion on the High’s…

I’m still getting the feel for the live Google+ hangouts, but I’m humbled that so many people tried to log in that the room exceeded capacity! I loved interacting with BB&W folks in a safe and private environment. The goal is to build community and with over 250 members in less than a week, we’re […]

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And We Wonder Why More Non-Black Men Don’t Approach Us?…

One of the main challenges I have as an advocate for black women in interracial relationships is that many of my readers say white men just don’t approach. They look, but rarely follow through. It’s my job to look at both sides of this issue, so I have to honest and say that many white […]

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Lineage: The Extraordinary Gift of Knowing Where You Came From…

For my birthday, my husband gave me a precious gift: my identity. My husband has always known who he was. He has a family crest and can trace his ancestry back centuries. Me? I’ve wandered around in complete ignorance, mostly because my family, descendants of slaves, kept horrible records even after the practice was abolished. My mother, who […]

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TBT: Lady Sings the Blues…

In 1972 Diana Ross took on the role of the magnificent and tragic life of Billie Holiday. As she she withers in a strait jacket in a prison cell, waiting to hear the sentencing for her most recent drug charges, she reflects on her turbulent life. “Lady Sings the Blues” has most of the clichés […]