#InsecureHBO lovers, listen up!
Episode 5 of Insecure Season 3 on HBO made waves. I’m going to limit the spoilers for those of you who still need to catch up #dobetter, but I’m still stuck on the part when Molly, Issa, Tiffany and Kelly were offered Molly before the concert.
#ThisIsHappening Continue reading “You Know WHO Molly Is, But Do You Know WHAT Molly Is? You need to…”
I always knew that Beyonce and I had something in common.
Well, one thing in common.
I guess if you include that we are both black women, three things in common.
I digress, already. The queen of the Bey-Hive revealed recently to VIBE magazine that she developed preeclampsia, also known historically as toxemia, while pregnant with her twins. As a result, she needed to undergo an emergency c-section. Continue reading “What You Need To Know About Beyoncé’s Pregnancy Complication: Blood pressure, Bey-have”
I love it when Luvvie Ajayi says The Interwebs.
While she is not the only person to ever use the term, I think that I have only ever heard HER say it. I also like the term because in my soon-to-be 37 years on this earth (#birthdaymonth), I have seen the norm go from the Dewey Decimal System in the library, literally doing research for school in “the stacks”, to the world wide web, to the plain ‘ole internet. Continue reading “Dr. Wendy In The Interwebs: A Compilation”
I really like Think Pieces. I like seeing how people interpret media that has layers and secrets. It’s like solving a puzzle. Donald Glover, aka Childish Gambino did a number on us with This Is America. Continue reading “Donald Glover Doesn’t Want Us To Like “This Is America””
I had the awesome fortune to meet Luvvie Ajaji and Franchesca Ramsey recently.
I was at a book signing event for Franchesca Ramsey’s new book, Well, That Escalated Quickly. It was such an amazing time because, within the event, Luvvie interviewed Franchesca. They talked about the book and Franchesca’s journey as an “accidental activist.” I highly recommend her book, by the way. (And Luvvie’s book, I’m Judging You. Both are very much worth the read.) Continue reading “A Rose Is Still A Rose: But what do you call a Vagina?”
Mother’s Day is a day when we celebrate our mothers, past and present, biological and otherwise. It is also a time when many women who have yet to take on this role may begin to wonder if they ever will.
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