Consider yourself lost until found by a queen A queen that most women aspire to be The queen that exudes grace and prosperity The qualified queen leveled up with her king The well achieved woman you've seen in your dreams Phenomenal, exquisite the taste you acquire The queen you'll miss out on, if you only… Continue reading Lost Until Found
Everything is her fault; she’s the cause of all of this hurt and pain that comes her way. Don’t blame it on him he’s just an innocent soul on the outside looking in. There’s no way all of those emotions of love, hate and confusion are being caused by him. He didn’t get her in… Continue reading TSS – “She’s To Blame”
I've learned a lot in the year of 2019. One important thing that stood out this year is acceptance. I've learned how to accept energy and control it. Learning how to accept your own flaws and mistakes can do a lot for you spiritually and mentally. As a 21 year old black woman, I'm… Continue reading Acceptance
Knowing your true self and reclaiming your power as a colored woman is extremely indispensable. As history changes over time and the female population amplify, it is important for colored women to get further knowledge within the self. Defining thyself as a woman of color and getting more in tune with self as some would… Continue reading BLACK WOMAN- Let’s Talk About It.
Sit nicely, with your legs closed for the public but when he takes you into his home, bare all of your most precious parts to him. Taste every drop of him until you can no longer stomach it, be his chef even when you're exhausted from working hard to stay pretty for him. Keep your… Continue reading Be His Peace?
Hey Y'all!!! Welcome back to another segment of The She Series, with me Sydney Reneé. If you're new to the blog, The She Series is a look into my poetry books The Diary of She Vol. I & II. Today I wanted to do something a tad bit different. A while back I had a… Continue reading The She Series – “Personally”
Whenever I'm on social media, I spend a good chunk of my time watching my favorite inspirational and motivational folks, and looking for others to follow. We can all use some motivational tips and shining lights in our lives. Of course, don't forget to step outside and put ya phone down often, but get all… Continue reading Peace, Love, and Alex Elle
By Palmira Muniz (@vivalapalma) In media, fat women and people are often one of two things: the butt of a joke or non-existent all together. Comedian, writer, and host of the podcast Woman of Size, Jana Schmieding, is determined to fight fatphobic attitudes in Hollywood, along with creating space for intersectional feminism in body political circles.… Continue reading On The Rise: Jana Schmieding
I know that night time can be hard. As soon as the sun goes down you go back to that place... the place you hate being. You tell yourself that you are going to go to sleep early and that you are finally going to get some rest, but that doesn't happen... 12AM... 1AM... 2AM...… Continue reading Dear Michaela,