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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 »

A Comeaux: Why Black Women Snap

A Comeaux: Why Black Women Snap
By A Comeaux It’s been a while since I’ve done this. Writing my experiences in transparent Facebook posts has been the extent of my social commentary contribution. Part busy with life, part ashamed when its not glorious its not worth reporting to the masses. Part guilty because my anxiety and depression were beginning to surface... Read more »

Dear Black Man: I Am Not Your Enemy

Dear Black Man: I Am Not Your Enemy
By Shemeka Michelle Black women are angry, have bad attitudes, and are hard to deal with. That seems to be the tune that so many Black men sing. I often make such an absolute post on social media like the leading statement, in an effort to look into the minds of people. While there are... Read more »
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Tricks Are For Kids, and So Are BOYFRIENDS!

Tricks Are For Kids, and So Are BOYFRIENDS!
By Shemeka Michelle, author & SBC Correspondent   I recently made a post on Facebook that stated “It took me having a boyfriend after 40, to realize I’m too f#cking old for one.” While I’m sure the true meaning behind those words went over a lot of heads, I know there are many mature men... 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 »

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 »
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Nakita Nicci: What Nobody Told Me About the Swirl

Nakita Nicci: What Nobody Told Me About the Swirl
Ever thought about the swirl? Sure, we often hear SOME frustrated black women/men say; “I am tired of brothers, I’m going to get me a white man/woman; white people treat you better.” The truth is, I was one of those women that did try the swirl–things were going great until my white man revealed he... Read more »

This Korryn Gaines Video is Painful to Watch

This Korryn Gaines Video is Painful to Watch
Korryn Gaines news from the Independent:  A mother who allegedly threatened police with a shotgun has been shot dead in the US during a raid over driving offences. Korryn Gaines’s five-year-old son was also shot in a limb during a stand-off with police at their home in Randallstown, Maryland PAINFUL to watch. This is from... Read more »

Yvette's Story: The Hustle Nearly Killed Me

Yvette's Story: The Hustle Nearly Killed Me
Yvette Kendall has reportedly “created more than 30 patent-pending products that span several industries, ranging from scientific and technical to recreational, including mobile applications, a new type of coffee beverage, pure water product and a DUI simple proof product.” Yvette’s road to success as a female Black inventor has been hard and treacherous, and the... Read more »
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I Went Natural--to Stop Sacrificing My Health for My Hairstyle

I Went Natural--to Stop Sacrificing My Health for My Hairstyle
As someone who has committed my life’s work to helping others achieve personal transformation, my natural hair journey was a reminder that transitions and transformations are not necessarily pre-planned or deliberate for that matter. As I reflect on my decision, I can honestly say my natural hair journey unintentionally happened after my 40th birthday. I... Read more »