Posts in category "Women"

Scenes from the Coke Booth: EssenceFest 2015

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By Zondra Hughes Scenes from the Coca-Cola Booth: ESSENCE Festival 2015®      The Coca-Cola Company provided promotional consideration for my participation in this program. ESSENCE® Festival 2015, sponsored by Coca-Cola– a celebration of music, food, fun and womanhood took place over July 4th weekend in New Orleans. As a social media representative for Coca-Cola, I am honored... Read more »

Black Women: Which Man Would You Choose?

Black Women: Which Man Would You Choose?
By Angela T. Jones Statistically Black women and Asian men are the two most “single” groups of people in the United States. Often I have been asked by Black men and White women alike, ‘why don’t more Black women just date outside their race?’ I personally am open to the option but not since middle... Read more »

My Abortion and What Happened Next

My Abortion and What Happened Next
The Pro-Life vs Pro-Choice controversy may never end.  Because I’m a product of rape and very thankful my mom didn’t have an abortion, I consider myself a Pro-Choice Pro-Lifer. Women should have the option to do what they believe is BEST for THEM. Some people would argue that it should be the decision of both... Read more »
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Are You a THOT? Take the Test!

Are You a THOT? Take the Test!
by A Comeaux It’s been a while… Between muddling over life’s detrimental decisions while juggling desires and necessities, I have a family and a brand to nurture. As per usual, it was all in my head. The moment I decided to prioritize and de-clutter my life, here we are. Writing, living, being present in the... Read more »

Dating a Man Who's Married or In a Relationship? The Problem is YOU!

Dating a Man Who's Married or In a Relationship?  The Problem is YOU!
by Gina B. If I had a dollar for every time I’ve been involved in a “men are dogs” conversation, I would be a rich woman. I’ve even initiated the diatribe – especially when I’ve felt that I had been done wrong in a relationship. If we gathered a room full of women and told... Read more »

My Three Relationship Rules for 2015

My Three Relationship Rules for 2015
by A Comeaux Happy New Year everyone! This salutation is as far as I’m willing to go… considering I’m no cliché chick, this is plenty. No you won’t hear any declarations of ‘New Year, New Me’ or the like. Why? No I’m no hater, I’m fully aware I’m the same ‘me’ I was before the... Read more »
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PHOTOS: WVON Unplugged & Verizon Girls Night out with Jaguar Wright

PHOTOS: WVON Unplugged & Verizon Girls Night out with Jaguar Wright
  WVON recently featured songbird Jaguar Wright, for it’s latest UNPLUGGED music series in Chicago. Hosted at the chic Nouveau Tavern, Jaguar gave an amazing performance in front of an awesome crowd to include many girlfriends who had won tickets and prizes from Verizon. Verizon was a sponsor of the event and provided a group... Read more »

When is it Okay to Cheat?

When is it Okay to Cheat?
By Andrea Wright This is an age-old question, and people have been known to change their answer after getting married, divorced, engaged, heartbroken…or cheated on. According to an article on living.msn, cheating was cited as the third highest reason people divorce today. The first was lack of communication followed by too much arguing (or too... 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 »