There is no predictive marker—age, socioeconomic status, location—that can protect us… but why?
You sound like an idiot when you start your little rant about how black women ‘don’t work out.’ We do, and we’d appreciate it if you stopped the nonsense.
That’s right. I said it. Death to her. We can host her funeral right here. I’ll chip in for some orchids.
Clips from Mary J. Blige’s Shape Magazine interview, about her sobriety, her fitness game, and learning to swim.
Black Women, Body Image And Our Relationship To The Life-Sized Barbie
So… this appeared on my radar last night: In a couple of weeks my mother turns 65.She takes yoga and Zumba every chance she gets and if you sneeze more…
Duke University creates a program to encourage Black women to simply “maintain, don’t gain.” My thoughts inside.
For some reason, eating healthy is often brushed off and regarded as a “white people thing…”
On Badu and Our Bodies: Are We Comfortable In Our Own Skin?
I had my moment of analyzing Erykah Badu’s latest video, and then – like most things pop culture – I was over it. Until… I just so happened to read…
Sound Off: “A Size 0 is Nothing to Be Proud Of For a Black Woman”
Share your thoughts below on the following: Either way a size 0 is nothing to be proud of if you are a black woman, god just did not design our body to naturally be a size 0.
Black Women Too Vain To Work Out And That’s Why They’re Fat… Or Something
Let’s say that there really and truly is a national average of approximately 40% of Black women who don’t work out because of their hair. Let’s say that. Where does the conversation go from there?