Current events have led me to dissect the well known quote "All my skinfolk ain't kinfolk." This quote, which was said by my Triumphant Soror Zora Neale Hurston, means that someone can inhabit a black body and be an agent of white supremacy. Because of the ongoing pandemic, people around the world have been forced… Continue reading All Skinfolk Ain’t…
Incident after incident keeps popping up and I am sick of it. "Karens" are popping up everywhere there is a camera to record them. For those that are not familiar with "Karens", this has become the nickname for white women who have been perpetuating racist behavior and seniority over a situation and then trying to… Continue reading Tired of The “Karens”
I’m an educated bisexual African American millennial. However of all the titles I just used, you only question one—my sexuality. Some part of you needs validation for why I require both sexes for sexual satisfaction. Your mind wonders if I’m just sexually promiscuous, or if someone took advantage of me at an early age. You… Continue reading My Sexuality isn’t a Phase
The Coronavirus was coming. It started out in China and begin to drastically spread over time. Meanwhile, people here in the United States viewed it from afar as our government did not take it serious. The comments ranged from "It's not worse than the flu" to "it ain't that serious". Fast forward to now and… Continue reading Corona Got Your Attention Now?
Have you ever been watching a super hero movie and the entire time during the movie the villain starts making more sense compared to the actual hero? The villains start picking away about all the dumb flaws that we have in our government or judicial system. From there they slowly start picking at social interactions… Continue reading Yeezus Walks
Well winter has finally come, for those of us that live in the Bay Area winter is different than winter in other states. It doesn’t really snow here, and Lord I tell you that is a blessing, but it does rain something fierce. Not… Continue reading Cuffing Season: Civil War For Comfort
I loved so deeply once that the thought of losing my partner made me sick. I couldn't imagine waking up alone without him, living or breathing without him. I found myself mesmerized by this man and all the things that he did for me. I felt that it was a privilege for me to have… Continue reading Cuffing the Side Chick
Disclaimer : Cuffing does not necessarily mean marriage . Drafting/Practice (FOR ME) is growing feelings for, spending extensive time getting to know, and being physically intimate with someone. At this stage of my growth, I personally do not desire to give a title or my body to someone who I wouldn't want to be raising… Continue reading Anti Cuffing Season
If one more person tries to flirt with me after we talk business I think I’m going to pass out. Like seriously, I’m exhausted!!! I’m a business woman and my business does not include front row seats to a date with me, like for goodness sake. One time this Indian guy starts talking to me… Continue reading STOP HITTING ON ME!