I really believe that she can “fix” my life in a few areas. I like Iyanla and when I had cable I watched her show, Iyanla Fix My Life, religiously. I get unnerved by her use of the word Beloved, but I know she is coming from a good place. I love how, especially in […]Read more "Why Iyanla Can’t Fix My Life"
By Doug Poe Estimated reading time: 4 minutes. Contains 801 words The social message sent through American sitcoms has been clear for more than sixty years, despite the Civil Rights Act, “The Jeffersons” and the election of a black president. Television writers and producers, who are frequently seeking to push the proverbial envelope on social […]Read more "When It Comes to Interracial Couples, TV Sitcoms Have Not Progressed Since “I Love Lucy”"
By BD Knight Fairy tale mania is sweeping the country. If you don’t believe me check the movie listings. You can check the TV listings and you’ll find plenty of these tales being spun, or fractured or rewritten. This isn’t exactly new but I think it’s at a higher level now than at any time […]Read more "Fairy Tale Mania Has the US in Its Grip"
Am I the only Black woman not offended by @Lesdoggg‘s slavery skit on SNL? — DangerousLee Network (@DangerousLee) May 5, 2014 The real issue is that a lot of people do not get her brand of humor. I got it! I laughed, especially when she continued to birth famous athletes. I mean, c’mon it’s the […]Read more "Black People Can’t Tell “Black Jokes” Now?"
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What did you think of Lifetime’s ‘Flowers In The Attic’ remake? Share your review, plus your favorite — and by that, I mean most uncomfortable — moments from the movie! So, how ’bout that incest, huh? Lifetime’s reboot of the classic horror novel-turned-movie Flowers In The Attic premiered Jan. 18, inviting a…
Everyone wants to make fun of and call Porsha Stewart from The Real Housewives of Atlanta stupid because she thought The Underground Railroad was an actual train, but I chose to call her misinformed or uneducated. She also didn’t know there are 365 days in a year, so book smart Porsha is not. After all […]Read more "Make Sure You Know What The Underground Railroad is Before Ringing in the New Year"