Category: Love

Black Men Speak: 9 Ways to Become a Better Lover, Friend & Life Partner to Black Women

Black Men Speak: 9 Ways to Become a Better Lover, Friend & Life Partner to Black Women
By Zondra Hughes; photos, Cabryl Breotti and Zondra Hughes “Look at that box of chocolates,” a woman coos as she enters the room. In her sights was an assortment of 9 distinguished, attractive, Black men, holding court during the 8th Annual Six Brown Chicks’ relationship panel, Wives, Girlfriends and Sidechicks Ask Black Men, WTF Do... Read more »

The Black Women’s Expo: 3 SEMINARS for SINGLE WOMEN

DATE LIKE A MILLENNIAL
By Zondra Hughes, creator, Six Brown Chicks  Ladies, if you are tired of the warm heart/cold bed syndrome, THESE are the Black Women’s Expo seminars that you CANNOT MISS. The Black Women’s Expo takes place at McCormick Place North Building – Hall C1, 2301 S. Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, IL 60616, from Friday, April 6th-Sunday... Read more »

Black Women's Expo: 8 Black Men Talk About Love

CHENIER: Pastor and author.
This is our sixth year at the Black Women’s Expo, and ladies, we have a HUGE surprise for you: Eight Black men will take the stage to tell their truths about love, sex, and relationships.  Join us at the Black Women’s Expo on Saturday, April 8th. Bring your love questions, share your opinions on the open... Read more »
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Drama Detox: 6 Steps to Shake the Snakes in Your Life

Drama Detox: 6 Steps to Shake the Snakes in Your Life
By A Comeaux As most of you may know I’ve embarked on a journey of clean eating, self-care and limitless thinking. This is no easy feat as it has cost me my most beloved vices: sex, men and liquor (as a sleep aid or social crutch or simply because, sad.) At the onset, I didn’t... Read more »

Dear Karrine Steffans: Put Some "Respeck" on Your Own Name

Dear Karrine Steffans: Put Some "Respeck" on Your Own Name
By Angela T. Jones Dear Karrine, Let’s talk about your sentiments on social media, referencing why we don’t show the same amount of respect to you as we do to Oprah Winfrey and Maya Angelou. Receipts below, just in case you forgot what you tweeted: I have to admit, you talk a good game but... Read more »

Soft is the New Boss: What Beyonce & Ayesha Curry Do Right

Soft is the New Boss: What Beyonce & Ayesha Curry Do Right
By Deya “Direct” Smith I am here for Ayesha Curry & Beyoncé at the same time. Why? Because at first glance, they may come across as polar opposites at least in terms of how they present themselves to the world, but from where I sit and write, they have mastered the game of softly working... Read more »
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If Love is to Survive, Men Must Learn How to Forgive

If Love is to Survive, Men Must Learn How to Forgive
By Okera Hollis Recently I sat on the Six Brown Chicks’ panel at the Black Women’s Expo to discuss relationships. It was quite the discussion for myself and the five other men who sat beside me to speak to an audience filled with women. While all of the questions were interesting, there was one question... Read more »

Heartbroken? Nakita’s 30-Day Plan to Bounce Back

Heartbroken? Nakita’s 30-Day Plan to Bounce Back
By Nakita Nicci The pain of a heartbreak is one of the worst feelings imaginable. The unexplainable tingle in your tummy due to the lack of energy you have, it’s a process we’ve all experienced in our lives. Now, the million dollar questions are: “How do you really get over a breakup?” More importantly, “How... Read more »

Pastor London Royal and 1st Ladies Declare War on Divorce

Pastor London Royal and 1st Ladies Declare War on Divorce
 By Deborah Olivia Farmer Event: London Royal, 1st Lady of Lifeline Church, invites women of all ages to the free “Winning Women’s” event that will take place at Lifeline Church, 1321 S. Austin Blvd., Cicero, IL., on this Saturday, March 19th at 6:30 p.m. Dynamic women of God from Chicago and the surrounding suburbs scheduled to appear include: Anna Hannah –... Read more »
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Suzette's Secret: Self-Love Didn't Come Easy Until I Did This

Suzette's Secret: Self-Love Didn't Come Easy Until I Did This
By Suzette Wright For 35 of my 45 years of existence, I desperately searched for the self-love everyone tried to convince me I needed. Yet those words fell on my deaf ears as they were always unable to tell me HOW to do that! I was a woman who endured ridicule during childhood as the... Read more »