We can barely get doctors to hear us when we talk about the pain from bones dangling from sockets, or other real and sincere health problems. Doctors are supposed to care about something like our hair?
Social ConstructThe "Study" Guide
Study: Hair care might be barrier to health for black women. Should doctors be talking to us about it?
Celeb WatchHealth On The Small Screen
Over the years, I’ve become conflicted in discussing celebrities. I didn’t want to feel like I was elevating—actively or passively—one kind of body type over another; and I didn’t want…
For weeks, I watched people across social media argue about whether a man was justified in cheating on his wife because she gained weight. Don’t worry—I’m not interested in talking…
On July 19th, 2009, A Black Girl’s Guide to Weight Loss was born. Today, in 2019, it turns ten years old. Almost as old as my child!