Be the main course, not a side

by/C.SMITH Why You’re Too Good To Be The Side Piece Did you notice how when you go out to eat, the side items on the menu have a really tiny section usually at the bottom of the page somewhere? Exactly. Let’s start with the obvious. The other woman is called other for a reason. The…

“ALL THE GOOD ONES ARE LOCKED UP!”

by/C.SMITH We’ve all heard and read the statistics of black women who maintain that there are no good black men available, that all the good ones prefer to date outside of their race, and that all black men are cheaters. Let’s finally lay those myths to rest.   First of all, the definition of a…

CAN I TAKE YOU OUT TONIGHT?

Dating. That process where men and women get to know each other and size each other up, and make some hard and fast decisions. While that’s definitely true of first dates, it’s also true of two people in a relationship and of married couples. Or, at least, it should be. Let’s break this down.

WHY ARE YOU SO MAD, KEISHA?

The Angry Black Woman is a phrase used to refer to a bitter, sassy, ill-mannered, African American woman with a quick temper and sharp tongue. The Angry Black Woman has become a stereotypical character in many television and movie portrayals. Come on – will you ever forget the hilarious, Angela, from the Why Did I Get Married movies?

Would you say that to your mother?

There was a time when Black men or women dating White men or women was not an available or acceptable option. For many years in the US, it was actually illegal and often met with violence. Those days are gone, thankfully, and we are all free to date whomever we please. That’s a good thing. People should be able to choose a one-time date or a potential long-term mate based on more than a mutual skin tone or shared heritage.

DEAR BLACK WOMEN, I LOVE YOU.

Why I Started This Blog & What I Hope To Accomplish

Blogging is a popular method of content marketing. It’s all the rage right now and is a communication medium that’s here to stay. So, I decided to add my voice to the blogosphere. Why? Because what I have to say is important.