The Black submissive religious identity is more than meets the eye.
Tag: black women
On the Challenge of Being A Carefree Black Girl
Being A Carefree Black Girl is a Choice, Not An Obligation
Last Time I Checked I Wasn’t Broken…[Why Having A Man Still Won’t Cure Me]
Being "Booed Up" isn't a cure-all. Let me tell you why I'm big chilling single and happy.
On Perfection [and Sally Ride]
"If you are silent about your pain, they'll kill you and say you enjoyed it"- Zora Neale Hurston [Disclaimer: I'm writing this for anyone who have felt like the world or the people around them was too much, but I'm writing it from the perspective of a black woman. I hope you can find your truth … Continue reading On Perfection [and Sally Ride]
20 Feet Tall [and other ways that we run the world]
On the tail end, it's the 31st and there's less than two hours of March left on the East Coast, of the month of March I had to come write a blog about...WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH!!!!! If you didn't know it was women's history month, well it's not too late to- actually yes, yes it is … Continue reading 20 Feet Tall [and other ways that we run the world]