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3 hours, 4 minutes ago on It's Official (??) The AMA Says Obesity is a Disease. So Go Cut Out Your Stomach and Take a Pill.
@FriendsofJay My Facebook friends, Onome, Natalie and Sophia.
7 hours, 49 minutes ago on Come Hither 101: Tracy Renee Jones Schools Us On How to Enchant the Opposite Sex!
@Toni_M One of the warning signs above was, "multiple failed relationships."
2 days, 8 hours ago on Relationship Red Flags: The Longer You Accept the "Abnormal" the More Normal It Becomes.
@Toni_M “And yet she kissed him. She appeared to be a woman who loves him but was clearly unable to stop him being abusive, frightening and disrespectful to her.” says The Mirror newspaper.
Clearly this woman has abdicated all boundries. You let your husband choke and humilate you in public without yelling for the police, and THEN you KISS him? Stokholm Syndrome...
2 days, 10 hours ago on Relationship Red Flags: The Longer You Accept the "Abnormal" the More Normal It Becomes.
@Dandelion100 "Oh and he wasn't black"
BINGO. I never attach race to abuse. Abuse is colorblind. I hope you don't avoid "all men," just the dangerous one. If you block yourself from meeting a nice guy, then the bad guys win.
@Brenda55 @Ladybug7 Brenda is right. I was just kidding about leaving. BTW Brenda did you get my email about choosing a winner for that thing?
5 days, 21 hours ago on Like Attracts Like: Do You Really Know What It Means to Be 'Equally Yoked?'
@Toni_M @Brenda55 AHAHAHAHHA
5 days, 22 hours ago on Like Attracts Like: Do You Really Know What It Means to Be 'Equally Yoked?'
@Toni_M @Brenda55 I dunno...I sadly feel this woman was serious.
@Brenda55 Some folks really overestimate my power.
@Brenda55 Let me get this straight. I write an article telling people how to vet ALL men and by doing so, I'm "damning her relationship to doom?" How I do dat??
According to my critics I hate everybody LOL
I swear, I should just quit. Someone on the fan page just complained that this article somehow threatens her relationship.
>>>I'm confused. I've always been an advocate of love, colorless love, that's why I enthusiastically support this blog. But I am concerned that in your efforts to push black women to want love regardless of race you are belittling those who have found black love. i am married to a wonderful, educated and financially responsible black man and i feel like this article is damning my marriage to doom. Don't get me wrong, I completely respect those who marry non black men, hell I know I am lucky to have found one of such great quality but sometimes I feel like this blog is more anti Blackman than pro black women growth. Just my thoughts, if I am misunderstanding your purpose please let me know.<<<
Nothing, absolutely NOTHING pleases these people. I could write about roses and someone would say I'm discriminating against daisies.
@Toni_M @Browncow SAAAAAAAVE MEEEEEEEE!!! hahaha
5 days, 23 hours ago on Like Attracts Like: Do You Really Know What It Means to Be 'Equally Yoked?'
@Toni_M But...seriously...what the HELL is wrong with wanting to escape craziness and dysfunction?! People should just cop to it and say "HAYELL YAY-ESS I want to escape!!! lolz
6 days, 1 hour ago on Like Attracts Like: Do You Really Know What It Means to Be 'Equally Yoked?'
OMG I love everything. The checkers are my favorite!!
6 days, 9 hours ago on It's All Black and White with No Shades of Gray
@Seenyc Sounds like you have pretty weak hair. Have you tried protein treatments? I recommend the Alterna Caviar Line...they have a protein shampoo and condition that is BOSS. How are you styling your hair? I don't run a comb through my hair unless it's wet and soaked with conditioner. Make sure you combs are seamless too (just google seamless combs and you'll fine online stores that carry them), and finally, STOP braiding you hair! Or if you do, try box braids and insist you stylist braid loosely around your edges.
1 week ago on Tried and True: Hair Vitamins that REALLY Work.
@Toni_M Toni, you rock. So. Totally. Rock.
1 week, 2 days ago on Black Women Are Spending Too Much Time and Effort Going to School, They Should Be Spending That Time Trying to Get Married
@ChristieRJohnson Marie, I have a sense you really haven't read Jamila's articles.
Jamila's got the ladies over at CLUTCH shaking their fists. Here's what I said on our FB page which has AGAIN exploded in outrage: "This is Christelyn (not the author of this piece) and I will say this. When I had my child in college and realized her father and I were not going to make it (I was DONE), I doubled up on my efforts to finish school. My degree literally SAVED me. And it was because I had a degree and finished with honors I was able to attract a quality mate (my husband) who said that he would have never dated me if I hadn't finished college. Granted, I didn't go back and get and get my XYZWOP post grad degree, because yes, I was busy taking care of home. For women who do pursue alphabet degrees, I advise you to take your heads out of the books occasionally and look around at the men across the aisle from you. Many MANY women meet their husbands in college and grad school. Be just as determined to get you degree as you are trying to find a suitable mate. Both are decisions that will effect the rest of your life, and both are important."
I will say this though...a kicked dog hollers, Jamila . People may be getting frothed at the mouth, but you are making people think. You have started a conversation that is obviously worth having. This post has gotten the highest rating and readership by any other writer EVER, besides Yours Truly.
@AminahMatthews @whothefkareu I have to co-sign on this...my best friends is Persian. I have broken bread with these people, and while they were welcoming once they realized I wasn't a video hoe, but trust me there's a lot of bigotry about blacks in the Persian community. It's an unfortunate fact, I'm afraid.
1 week, 3 days ago on Just Who is Afro-Iranian?