Posts in category "Black love"

College Love: He Was Mr. Wrong and I Knew It

College Love: He Was Mr. Wrong and I Knew It
One of the main perks of being in college for me was a falsified sense of freedom and adult men. I mean they were really adults, with baritone voices, fully developed bodies, and a unique set of skills. (Liam Nielson but for erotic things)!! It was a cold January night, and I planned on attending... Read more »

How to Make Love to a Black Woman

How to Make Love to a Black Woman
By Amir, guest columnist Making love is spiritual and it forms a bond between two people that lingers long after the climax. Sex is a physical act, for some, it is just an exercise. If you’re juggling multiple women, no matter what you do in bed, you’re just having sex with them, because you’re playing... Read more »

The 3 Things Black Women Won’t Say

The 3 Things Black Women Won’t Say
By A Comeaux I’ll write my own disclaimer. I’ll tell the ugly of my truths before I ever highlight that of others, especially my sisters.  We need work. We need a sincere dose of honesty that begins first with self, so we can better articulate our wounds to others. Here’s where I’m going with this:... Read more »
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Valentine's Day: Best Advice for Bad Situations

Valentine's Day: Best Advice for Bad Situations
Valentine’s Day is this/close, and sometimes Cupid just can’t save the day. Love quarrels happen; mistakes are made; and unfortunately, break-ups occur as well. We’ve asked the cast of 72 Hours movie to give their best advice for those sticky situations. #72HoursMovie opens today and plays all week at these locations: Marcus Chicago Heights Cinema... Read more »

Dear Light-Skinned Sister: I'm Sorry for all the Evil I Did

Dear Light-Skinned Sister: I'm Sorry for all the Evil I Did
Dear Light Skinned Sisters, I would like to offer a sincere apology to all of my beautiful light skinned sisters. I’ve always hated discrimination. I think to classify and treat people differently because of race, gender, or sexual orientation is ignorance at its best. Most people would agree. What most people won’t admit is when... Read more »

Hey Black Men: Black Women Have Options, Too

Hey Black Men: Black Women Have Options, Too
Editor’s note: A Comeaux penned this blog in response to Shemeka Michelle’s blog, Why Black Men Won’t Marry Black Women By A Comeaux In Minnesota, black men of all socio-economic classes vie for the affections of non-black women here. I used to think only rich, successful black men ran off with their dream Barbie… But... Read more »
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Love Tips from the "Love King" Raheem DeVaughn

Love Tips from the "Love King" Raheem DeVaughn
  by Dawj Sangster- I had the opportunity to sit down and chat with the amazing Raheem Devaughn, a.k.a “The Love King,” and chat about love. He is an amazing individual that is really passionate about love and relationships. Here he gives us some tips on being in love and having a successful relationship. “Honestly,... Read more »

I REFUSE to Buy Love

I REFUSE to Buy Love
By Angela T. Jones I trust Steve Harvey’s opinions and endorsements. Throughout his career, I’ve been a fan and have agreed with much of what he has said; including the advice he gives on his radio show and in “Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man.” Mr. Harvey seems to have the ability to... Read more »

ADDICTED Movie Interviews with Tyson C Beckford and Boris Kodjoe

ADDICTED Movie Interviews with Tyson C Beckford and Boris Kodjoe
by Dawgelene Sangster- I had the extreme pleasure of interviewing two of the leading men in Zane’s new Addicted movie that hit theaters today. Tyson C. Beckford and Boris Kodjoe are two amazing gentlemen full of talent and humor. They were gracious enough to sit down with me and chat about their movie experience in... Read more »
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Sex Esteem: 5 Questions to Ask Before You Reunite with Your Abuser

Sex Esteem: 5 Questions to Ask Before You Reunite with Your Abuser
By Dawgelene “Dr Dawj” Sangster Here we are almost at the end of another year and well into what we come to know as Domestic Violence/Breast Cancer awareness month. It is October, and we get to see so many people, men and women alike, representing all of the pretty shades of pink and purple, in... Read more »