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 … More Cuffing Season: Civil War For Comfort
Not many people can tell you the day that their life changed for the better. Me on the other hand, was the day my daughter was born. The moment that I knew she was my child something inside of me changed instantaneously. I no longer felt like a free little bird flying across the open … More My Toxic Baby Mama
Baby Mama – noun Slang: Often Disparaging and Offensive. ¹the biological mother of a man’s child, not married to the child’s father and usually not in a relationship with him. The minute someone finds out you have a child the stereotypes start flooding the place. You’re no longer looked at as a MOTHER but a Baby Mama; The woman who can’t seem to let go of her baby daddy. The woman who’s always angry because … More Bitch, I’m Not Bitter… I’m Frustrated
This is something that has always bothered me about black people, or at least people in poorer communities. “NO SNITCHING!” I have always thought this was the most ignorant thing you can say. If you see someone getting jumped, you better not say anything. If a girl gets raped, “oh hey that’s fucked up, but … More Snitching, Police Officers and Taking Back Being Black
I wanted to write an article about body count, because it seems like such a taboo topic. I never understood why people get so uncomfortable when asked about their body count. I know that a lot of people fear judgement, but at the end of the day if that’s the number of people you have … More What’s Your Body Count?
Hey guys, Being single again has made me notice a lot about people. I have made some observations about women and men, so this post is dedicated to how I feel about dating in 2016. Some may call this a rant… but it is what it is L.O.L. In 2016, people think it is okay … More Why I SMH at Dating in 2016