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“I Love Bougie Black Girls” Tees Available Now

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Thanks to you all, the first I Love Bougie Black Girls t-shirt campaign was such a success that people asked us to bring them back. So…we did.

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I Love Bougie Black Girls women’s tees, men’s tees, and hoodies are available at Teespring.

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Why are you still reading? Oh, you want another pic of a beautiful Bougie Black Girl? Ok. I’ll oblige.

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Another pic? Sure!

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How about one more? Ok!

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Damon Young

Damon Young is the editor-in-chief of VSB. He is also a contributing editor for EBONY.com. He resides in Pittsburgh, and he really likes pancakes.

  • Abhorsen

    High school she was the girl that make me do the hula hoop around the gym
    Just to get a peek again,she a 10

  • http://justfourguys.com Obsidian

    Good Morning Ladies,

    In my ongoing mission to thoroughly understand the Black Female Mating Mind, and with the Moon now Full in Scorpio, I thought it would be a good time to ask you all for your assistance:

    I would like to ask if you consume Black Erotic Literature/Romance Novels, and if so, by what authors? Why do you read it? What sets it apart from White erotic literature/romance novels? What genres “do it for you”, and why?

    Or, do you think erotic literature/romance novels are old hat and all wet, regardless of the color of the people in them? If so, how and why? Do you think that Black Women are more or less likely to read erotic literature/romance novels? How/why?

    With regard to “Thug Lit” – what is your view of it, particularly that which concerns itself with our theme of erotic literature/romance novels? Do you consider it to be more or less “out there”?

    Please feel free to elaborate with anything additional you may wish to add.

    Thank you in advance for your cooperation and participation!

    Now adjourn your arses…

    O.

    • esa

      i wanna shout out my girl Teri Woods. she is an inspiration to me as both an author and a publisher. i only wish more folks were out there hustling books ~*~

      • http://justfourguys.com Obsidian

        @Ms. Esa:
        Ahh yes, Ms. “True To The Game” herself – I know her name well! But, would she be considered a “Black erolit” writer to you – and why? Please explain?

        And, for any other ladies reading along – what say you of Ms. Woods’ work?

        O.

        • esa

          mm well, i would say more Thug Lit than erotlit, tho there are some chexy scenes for sure which are necessary in the way they further define the characters’ identities and motivations. i wouldnt classify her under the Romance header as the theme of the books tends to be wo/man overcoming the odds to become master of their fate, rather than woman in search of love and finding it through a series of challenges.

          i only mentioned Teri cause you asked about Thug Lit and i think it’s important to highlight the work she has done as a self published author turned publisher, really, she changed the publishing game in a big way, which is very important to note, when you consider publishing in the USA is a primarily Caucasian endeavour. it’s important to me to have a diversity of voices in books, as books (like buildings) are among the few things that stand the test of time.