Earlier this month I gave an update on how I'm doing. However, it is almost August and things have changed drastically. Last month I filmed one episode of season 2 of Reckless Behavior The Series. After not filming anything since season 1 production ended last November, it felt so damn good to be back in… Continue reading F%$@ Corona! Signed, A Frustrated Black Creative
"I bet you never thought you would see me again did you?" Lacey found it ironic that now she was in control of the situation. She had handled Brian when he tried to take advantage of her and she was looking forward to exacting some revenge on Charlotte. As she was moving closer, she could… Continue reading Wonderland: Part 11- Questions and Answers
Hey y'all! Unfortunately, I didn't keep my promise and drop on September 26th because the bad luck bus was running clean over my ass these past few weeks. In other words, I survived a devastating series of unfortunate events and horrible timing. Here's something I needed to share, and we'll be back on the biweekly… Continue reading Misha’s Room Episode 2.2: Rest Easy Grandma Joyce🦋♥️
When I was younger, one of my first times dealing with colorism was watching two black girls at recess arguing about something I can’t recall. Insults were being tossed back and forth but one female who was lighter compared to the other girl, screamed at her and told her that she was an African booty… Continue reading Colorism: Blacker The Berry Sweeter The Juice
Step 1: Seeking Before you read this, I just want you to know one thing, this is how I talk. Everything you see is straight from my brain to the Queen Media Collective email. I didn’t even put this particular writing in a word document. I’ve been burning on the inside feeling like I have… Continue reading Boss Your Life Up: For Those Seeking, Transitioning, or In Full Blown Entrepreneurship
We’re women capable of conquering the world. We’re magical beyond what the mind can fathom. So why should our sexuality diminish our value? During my adulthood I’ve been crowned with many labels as our society sees fit. Millennial. College educated. Mentor. Each word describes a piece of who I am or what I’m capable of… Continue reading The Truth of Being: Black and Bisexual
Ignorant Nepotistic Destructive Evil Prejudiced Egotistical Negligent Despicable Envious Nefarious Careless Extremist Independence Day... that's the U.S. way.
After becoming a mother I developed this sort of persona that was “goody two shoes’. Telling myself to dress this way, don’t do this, don’t have too many drinks or get home by a certain time. God forbid you twerk somewhere but sometimes I just want to do ratchet shit with my friends. I want… Continue reading Ratchet ISH with my Friends
You ever felt alone and lost? Have you ever felt like you weren't good enough no matter how much people tend to remind you that you're worth it? I've been broken down continuously. I never understood why though... I was wondering maybe it's me? But is it really? I have this habit where I… Continue reading Empty Inside…
“Every young black male who was in the park last night is suspect in the rape of that woman who is fighting for her life” Words spoken directly from the Controversial Netflix Series “When They See Us.” Directed by Ava DuVernay. Watching the first 15 minutes I was at a loss for my words. I… Continue reading Will They See Us?