Top Story: Why I’ve Slept With White Men And Will Do It Again

Top Story: Why I’ve Slept With White Men And Will Do It Again

Photo by Davio Curo – No, I didn’t sleep with this White guy, but I have thought about it.

I bet you think I’m about to get deep, but you’re wrong. Why does anyone decide to have sex with a person? They’re attracted to them. It’s as simple as that. I don’t discriminate. I like men. Their color, race, or heritage is not important. Does that surprise you?

It has nothing to do with self hatred, but I will admit that it was a curiosity. I’ve learned that men are men Black, White or otherwise. I used to believe that Black people who dated outside their race were indeed self haters, but that’s a blanket statement that is simply not true.

Review Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down

Review Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down

Have you read Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down? Like it? Love it? Didn’t get it? Hated it?

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What People Are Saying About Dangerous Lee – Part 2

What People Are Saying About Dangerous Lee – Part 2

People Are Talking


Addae Olamina – “Son of Barack” writer

There are not words to describe how much I thank you for lending your immense talent to “Son of Barack”. I did not lie to you when I told you that you were the prototype for Melanie when I began writing the script. You are an extremely talented, seamless actress, and it was a pleasure watching you work. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

Pharlon Randle

You are GREAT Danja!!!

Jon’Tise Samuels

You’re a great actress! Blessings on all your endeavors. I’m sure we’ll meet again.


LilCandi83 Cool!

Your book title is like my new saying. I love it!

Tia Olivia Brown Scott

Good read! I was all into it until I got cut off. Forgot it was a sneak-peek:)

Ashley Langston

That was putting pictures in my head of this character and all she’s seen and heard etc and then BAM the story stops. Good tease can’t wait to read more!

Laquania Quani Odom

I can’t wait for more. This is a really good read!!!!!

Barbara Berger

Definitely grabs attention and compels you to want to read more. Great job.

Sean O’Hara

Very good! Can’t wait to read on.

Jamia Murray

OMG girl I had to grab my book of the shelve to read your story again. Your name didn’t even click in my head when I read it! Great story. That was one of my favs. You go girl!
*Regarding short story Til Death Do Us Part in Succulent Chocolate Flava 2

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Author Terrance Dean on “Elderly and Edible” from ‘Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down”

Author Terrance Dean on “Elderly and Edible” from ‘Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down”


Why am  posting a negative review of my short story “Elderly and Edible”? You have to be able to take the good with the bad.  Terrance gave his honest opinion of the story and that’s what I wanted and needed to hear. I respect that. It forces me to take a closer look at my work before it is revealed to the public. I like that!

Sure, not everyone digs short stories, even Oprah stated that she usually does not  recommend books of short stories because it seems like something is always missing and you’re left hanging at the end. Recently Oprah found a book of short stories that did not leave her hanging and she made it her book club choice.

I purposely wanted to leave people hanging with this particular story so that you’re forced to think. However, when it comes to character and story development I want you to know what they’re about.

Thanks for the tough love, Terrance. It will help in the end.

Hey Ms. Dangerous Lee,

I have read your short and honestly I don’t feel I can give a positive review for it. I feel it’s a powerful tale and one that needs to be told, but it fell short for me.

The eight pages were extremely short, and the story for me was not developed. I think a lot more back story needs to be told, as well as the developing of their relationship, along with his relationship with the young girl. I didn’t connect with the characters, thus I couldn’t feel anything about their situation or issue.

Perhaps you should get someone else to read and review it for you. Sorry about this.

Thanks for thinking of me.


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Ask Dangerous Lee – Why is Detroit so violent?

Ask Dangerous Lee – Why is Detroit so violent?

Q: Most of my immediate family lives in Houston, and I was talking about how most serial killers come from or pass thru Texas at some point in their careers and my sis pointed out the Detroit has a higher crime rate than Houston. I was unaware so I checked a few stats and not only is Detroit in the top five most violent cities in the U.S. (Houston isn’t even in the top ten), but Flint is right behind Detroit. What do you think about this and why do you think this is happening in your home town? I was really surprised.

Nykos’s Auntie, Houston, TX

A: What do I think about it? It saddens me. Why do I think this is happening? That’s a loaded question that I cannot completely answer. I have no idea why Flint is close to the top of the list of most violent cities, but I’m sure this list is based on population and neither Flint or Detroit has the population of Houston.

On the other hand there are many violent crimes taking place in Flint, but there are also many positive and non violent events happening in Flint. Don’t judge a city by its crime rate. Come visit us and I’m sure you will get home alive.

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