These guys are so unbelievable. Pro-blacks who hate the skin and hair of black women, but worship the offspring of the daughters of men they despise.
Imagine having a diabetic mother that demands you go out and buy her a greasy cheeseburger and fries because what you have at your house is too healthy.
Kerry Washington’s role as Olivia Pope on the ABC hit Scandal is seriously causing her star to rise and she is finally getting the major media attention she deserves. Ms. Washington landed her first cover of a major fashion magazine when she snagged the cover story for the June 2013 issue of Elle Magazine.
After a hiatus, Lonnie’s cartoon strips are BACK!
After reading this, no should should be complaining about how hard it is to swirl…
Do any of you in BB&W land really see yourselves under one of these seven labels?
Although I’m a single woman who isn’t focused on getting dates at the moment–but that could change at any second, because really, who knows when The One ™ will come calling–I still love to read the dating stories of other women, especially black women.
Swirling is so delicious!
SyFy’s Defiance, AMC’s Mad Men, HBO’s Game of Thrones, and ABC’s Scandal. These are the shows I watch religiously (or almost religiously) every week, which goes to show that there is good programming out there, you just might have to cobble that programming together from several channels.
The popularity of retro TV shows like Mad Men, Boardwalk Empire, Vegas, and the buzz surrounding the summer release of the much anticipated The Great Gatsby, the retro look continues to increase in popularity as more women are sporting the hot fashions and hairstyles from a bygone era.
Jason Collins, a black male basketball player currently signed with the Washington Wizards, came out as being gay in a cover story for Sports Illustrated. His story is being promoted as that of the “first active player in one of the four major American professional team sports to announce that he is gay.” Some are […]
Who makes the rules?
Red is always fy-a!
Would you, could you?
Ever wonder what goes on in the mind of two white parents who adopt non-white children?
No matter how big the headache, I’d never want it any other way.
Everyone has a mother, but not everyone has a child; and some people just don’t get into the celebration of certain holidays. But no matter what you’ll be doing on Mother’s Day, if you are a woman who thinks she may want to have a child in the future (whether or not you have one now) you can see the holiday as an opportunity for reflection and contemplation.
I am an unapologetic fan of the soaps. Did I mention I won’t apologize?
This is my personal opinion and does not reflect the opinion of Beyond Black & White writers or the blog owner. You have probably all heard about Charles Ramsey, the Black man who saved three Hispanic women who had been kept captive by a Hispanic man for 10 years in Cleveland. You can catch […]
Let’s face it, my attempts at online dating have been a giant fail and it became my only resource once I got too busy to try anything else. It is undoubtedly time for a new approach, so I decided to take a closer look at Matthew Hussey. (Seriously, what woman wouldn’t want a closer look at those twinkling blue eyes, that dazzling smile and totally ripped bod?