Tagged “black women”
Elise Neal is 50 years old.
We can celebrate the ways that Black women have chosen to represent themselves without reducing it to a catch-all term that seems to run counter to the reality of being Black woman in America
With Determining And Accepting Racial Identity, Do Biracial Men Have It “Easier” Than Biracial Women?
Perhaps, because biracial men generally don’t feel these same beauty standard pressure that drives colorism, the journey of racial self-acceptance is an easier one for them
Agatha provides advice for people and shit
Because Maliah Michel is Swahili for Mary Magdalene.
This conversation is ancient. And boring.
Because why not?
It's America's fault
Instead of putting so much energy into defending your right to holla, ask a woman -- any woman -- to tell you a street harassment story. And listen.
A list for Vogue to peruse the next time they want to pretend like asses were first invented backstage at the 2013 VMAs
What’s so maddening about appropriation is whenever the mainstream decides something is favorable or trendy, it’s snatched up immediately with no warning. The very thing that was an eye sore or embarrassment is now a high commodity
Like manna from heaven, Nicki blessed us with some absolutely mindless, pop culture junk food right at a time when my sugar levels were dropping. Hungrily, I ate it up and was restored.
Don't fret too much about the NFL's apathy towards women, because women are far from the bottom of the NFL's totem pole.
This antagonism and foolishness between Black women and Black gay men? It’s exhausting.
The idea of retwisting my hair at a new man’s house makes my skin crawl, so I bring every product I need in a travel size in case I gotta start over in the morning. Straight hair means Maya’s wearing three—yes, three—scarves to bed.