Not You, Too

I cannot imagine dealing with the stressors of work life, personal life, and my boss, or colleague constantly whipping out his member upon my entrance then relieving himself in the potted plant that stood near the framed picture of his wife and kids. Imagine that shit. With the amount of allegations to come out within the last... Continue Reading →

“We” Is a Collective Effort

You know what's uncomfortable? Being openly honest in relationships. Telling someone about themselves. Accepting someone's criticism of you. What is greater and more impactful is growing and watching someone you love grow as well. In this video clip of The Real (scrub to 3:55) the ladies briefly discussed what it would be like to complete a... Continue Reading →

When I took on the responsibility of combing and styling my hair at a young age, I didn't know what I was getting myself into. Over the years, my hair has transformed many times. In high school, I wore it straight or in prison braids. During my first year of college, I cut and highlighted it;... Continue Reading →

#WomenAreLit 🔥🔥. Period.

Michael Bloomberg is considering running for president. Spoiler Alert: Ben finally got rid of Olivia on The Bachelor. When I thought today couldn't get better, I noticed a trend on Twitter, just in time for Black History Month - #BeingABlackGirlIsLit. I have mixed feelings about this. While I'm all for Black women empowerment (being a Black... Continue Reading →

This week I found out that a thing called Afrostream exists. Like Netflix, it's a subscription based VOD platform currently available in France, Africa, Europe, and soon in the U.S. On the website (which is in French) it is described as "Your favorite movies and series afro when you want where you want unlimited." Looking at... Continue Reading →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑