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Who Should I Allow To Call Me Fat?
A little while ago, I asked the wonderful, amazingly awesome readers of this site who they allow to bring their weight to their attention. Lots of great comments, with a…
That’s right. I said it. Death to her. We can host her funeral right here. I’ll chip in for some orchids.
I tried really hard to leave this topic alone because, quite frankly, I don’t think my opinion matters much. This ties into another post that I have coming up behind…
A Follow Up To Sexual Harassment, Sexual Assault & Weight Gain: Outside Perspective
A white man’s perspective of street harassment and interactions between men and women of color.
Black Women, Our Bodies & Perceptions of Beauty: Straight Hair
What if you swapped your hair with your body in your list of priorities? This wouldn’t even be an issue then, would it?
For some reason, eating healthy is often brushed off and regarded as a “white people thing…”
‘Cause Your Good Hair Is More Important Than Your Health?
To my knowledge Chris Rock’s movie, Good Hair, doesn’t have a fitness element to it, no. Although I did catch a clip of Raven-Symone (I think?) saying that our hair…
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…
Great Hair or Great Body? Straight Hair and Working Out
There’s that looming debate over why women of color are so adamant about having straight hair. Some assumption that it is so thoroughly related to societal definitions of beauty, European…
A comparative look at the experiences of black boys in school vs. black girls, and how it affects black women.
“Food speaks to nationalities, cultural roots and family traditions as much as anything…”
The booty. I know, I know. For some reason, it seems like you can never escape booty talk. “I need to do something with this booty.” “My booty is perfect…
Q: Do you think men such as me can be just as successful as you taking in what you say and do?