Posts tagged "sisterhood"

Women: The Hate Has Got to Stop!

Women: The Hate Has Got to Stop!
YOU ARE YOUR SISTER By Devin Miller Commonly I stray away from male bashing; and today is no exception. Women this message is for you, you are no different from the SIDE CHICK, THE WIFE, THE SINGLE WOMEN, THE FAST GIRLS, THE BRICKHOUSE, THE ATHLETIC CHICK, THE SMART CHICK, THE GIVER CHICK, THE NATURAL HAIR... Read more »

Hey Woman, That Slut is Your Sister

Hey Woman, That Slut is Your Sister
By Tinita Tennant She’s a slut. She’s a whore. And she’s your Sister. Seriously my last nerve was plucked as I watched one of the leading daytime talk shows debate if another woman was indeed a slut or not. I was perturbed to hear another woman say she’s not a slut, she’s a whore; a... Read more »

Sisterhood, Feminism and Bitches

Sisterhood, Feminism and Bitches
By Devin Miller The definition of a sisterhood: The embodiment of feminism, and helping young girls If I had to put periodicals, TV, and film, in a time capsule for a future generation, I would be reluctant. I would worry how they would perceive women, and how they believed we perceived each other. On any... Read more »
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I am NOT My Sister's Keeper

I am NOT My Sister's Keeper
  By A Comeaux When was the last time you back-stabbed someone who trusted you? How many times have you heard negative things about someone and didn’t defend them? Back in the day, if there was a problem with my friend, I was at her side, ready to take on the world. Today, somewhere in... Read more »

Six Life Lessons Women Have Taught Me

By Liz Lampkin Life is a journey and with each experience there are lessons that can–or should–make us better. The life lessons that have shaped me most have come from women, and my conversations and observations of them. Here are a few life lessons that I’d like to share with you. Lesson 1. Be yourself.... Read more »

Don't Play the Shame Game

By Kym B. I need help. Do you? Sometimes we need a team of people to help attack challenges in our lives; yet few of us take advantage of our support network. We would rather suffer in silence than reach out for help.  Why is it okay to accept help when children are involved, as... Read more »
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Over-Analyze This: How Self-Doubt Ruins Everything

The Conjuring By Celeste T. Parker The worst pain is self-inflicted. I’ve always felt this way, but the emotions are intensified on what will easily go down as one of the worst days of my life.  For as long as I can remember I’ve dreamed of being a writer a la Carrie Bradshaw: the cool... Read more »

Meet Our New Bloggers!

Meet Our New Bloggers!
You cannot imagine the zeal that we have about all of our correspondents. The mission of the Six Brown Chicks is to share our stories  in the name of service, and we’re pleased to announce new bloggers who will also connect with you in this spirit of Sisterhood.  Check them out, and connect with us... Read more »

The 5 Power Smiles: Do it now!

The 5 Power Smiles: Do it now!
By Dr. Dawj Smiles matter. When I was a girl, I enjoyed playtime with my sister, who was a special needs child. Many didn’t–and still don’t–understand what it takes to really embrace and live with someone with special needs. We often had to deal with people making fun of us because she had special needs... Read more »
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My King James and I: A Widow's Strength

My King James and I: A Widow's Strength
By Dawgelene “Dr Dawj” As I approach the 1-year anniversary of my husband’s death, I sometimes feel as though I just lost him. Some days are much easier than others to cope, but the pain is still there. I have positioned in my mind that I must keep moving; that life must go on, and... Read more »