Dangerous Lee, real name Leigh (sometimes spelled “Lei”, pronounced ley) Langston, is a writer, author, Digital Marketing Consultant, and founder of BlackGirlsAllowed.net.
How The Story of Dangerous Lee Began:
The story of Dangerous Lee began with the humor advice column, Ask Dangerous Lee, where she dished out opinions on love, relationships, pop culture, and celebrities.
Ask Dangerous Lee was published monthly in the now defunct Uncommon Sense newspaper based in Flint, MI and syndicated in various independent magazines and websites nationwide.
It can now be read exclusively here at DangerousLee.biz.
In 2008, her short erotic story, Til Death Do Us Part, was featured in the New York Times Best Selling anthology, Succulent: Chocolate Flava 2, edited by Zane.
In March of 2010, Dangerous Lee self-published her first book titled, Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down, an anthology that includes six erotic stories with an emphasis on HIV education.
The book is now an Amazon Bestseller!
Dangerous Lee also has experience as a certified HIV Prevention Specialist and testing counselor with Wellness AIDS Services, Inc. of Flint, Michigan. Her experience with Wellness helped to shape many of the stories featured in her book.
Where It Went:
Ask Dangerous Lee, the column, lead to the Ask Dangerous Lee Live radio show on the Blog Talk Radio network.
For more than two years, Dangerous Lee, along with co-host, hip hop artist, Hassahn Phenomenon, featured celebrities on all sides of the entertainment spectrum.
Working as a one-woman production, Dangerous Lee has secured more than 100 media features over the course of her career and has taken this website to be ranked in the top 11,000 websites in the U.S.
Dangerous Lee has had the pleasure of being selected as Vibe Magazine’s Vixen of the Day, as well as being featured on The TODAY Show with Kathie Lee & Hoda!
She has also worked as a contributing writer for actress, Monique Coleman’s official website, GimmeMo.com and was the co-founder of Book Bizarre, an event that highlighted self-published authors in Flint, Michigan in 2010 and 2011.
In 2013, The Dangerous Lee Network received 3 million views, was nominated for four Black Weblog Awards, and selected as a Top Fashion Blog to follow in 2013 and 2014.
In October of 2014, Dangerous Lee self-published an eBook based on her highly popular web series, The Half Series: When Black People Look White.
In February 2015, The Dangerous Lee Network made a major change to become The #FeedArt Network, a portal for helping independent artists and creative entrepreneurs with their social media marketing efforts.
Check out the indie buzz #FeedArt created on Twitter and what it’s doing now!
Where It Is:
In 2017, DangerousLee.biz became BlackGirlsAllowed.net and Dangerous Lee is busy rebuilding her brand creating and featuring original content centered around the topics of racism, sexism, misogyny, and the American Black female experience.
Dangerous Lee has taken her years of working on the internet combined with her experience marketing herself and other creatives online to work part-time as a freelance Digital Marketing Consultant.
She enjoys working with businesses owned by Black women or businesses that highlight Black people and embrace diversity.
Please contact her at Leigh@dangerouslee.biz if you’d like to get her advice on how to get started promoting your next project online.
The Story of Dangerous Lee continues…