Category: Men We Love

Black Women's Expo: Black Men Speak & Explorgasm!

Black Women's Expo: Black Men Speak & Explorgasm!
This year, at the 25th Anniversary of the Black Women’s Expo, we’re thrilled to bring two seminars for women! 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 12th-Sunday April 14th. ALL SEMINARS ARE FREE with your paid Black Women’s... Read more »

Men Reveal: 6 Signs That He's Too Broke to Date You

Men Reveal: 6 Signs That He's Too Broke to Date You
By Zondra Hughes Maybe that sexy brother isn’t curbing you after all—he may be focused on getting his finances in order. Several single men have expressed how financial strife is taking an unexpected toll on their love lives, and they reveal the 6 telltales signs that a man is too broke for love. 1. HE... 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 »
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Java Scott: "Dear Love, I Wrote This to Move On."

Java Scott: "Dear Love, I Wrote This to Move On."
By Java Scott Wherever you are, whatever you’re doing, I hope you see this. More importantly, I hope you feel this. I told you months ago I was writing you a letter, you just left before I got a chance to finish. Here goes nothing… Dear Love, How come we were locals of the same... Read more »

Author Torri Stuckey: Learn His Code Language

Author Torri Stuckey: Learn His Code Language
By Torri Stuckey It’s difficult to determine the motive of every man who approaches you. Always assuming the worst would make you a cynic; however, believing every word a man says would make you gullible. Men lie, as do women. Learning to decipher code language, verbal and non-verbal, can be the difference in giving your... 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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When You Meet Mr. Right but He’s Not Right for You!

When You Meet Mr. Right but He’s Not Right for You!
By A Comeaux “Alright sis! I see you all vegan/yoga/zen lifestyle look good on you girl, now tell me about this man you got… Wedding bells?” Guilt is as instant as the façade of a smile you’ve mastered. For Black women, this is today’s real nightmare: When You Meet Mr. Right but He’s Not Right for... Read more »

Video Exclusive: Larenz Tate Talks Marriage

Video Exclusive: Larenz Tate Talks Marriage
By Zondra Hughes Chicago’s own Larenz Tate came home to spread the word about his new NBC series, Game of Silence.  The special 2-night premiere begins Tuesday, April 12 at 10/9c on NBC. Here’s a sneak peek below: Larenz didn’t roll solo; he brought LaRon & Lahmard, his handsome brothers, with him to the media dinner... Read more »

Okera Reveals: "I Couldn't Even Man-Up"

Okera Reveals: "I Couldn't Even Man-Up"
By Okera Hollis I grew up in a family where you had to go to work or school. I watched my mom go to work practically every single day. I have always been taught a man is supposed to work and pay his way. I was 27 when a friend from work called me to... Read more »
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Morris tells: How God Forced Me to Change My Ways

Morris tells: How God Forced Me to Change My Ways
The Silence By Morris Brent At some point in life, most people approach a devastating crossroad that seems overwhelming. Some of us, unfortunately, have experienced such turbulence on multiple occasions and even repetitively, to the point where all hope is lost, including faith in ourselves and our spirituality. This is what happened to me. Living... Read more »