I Am No Victim: Changing the Narrative Surrounding Survivors of Abuse

I Am No Victim: Changing the Narrative Surrounding Survivors of Abuse “Why didn’t you say anything?” This was the question asked when I first told someone that my ex was emotionally and sexually abusive. They didn’t ask me how I was doing. Or if I needed any support. Instead, they questioned my truth because it took too long. That question Read More …

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10 Lies Black Women Tell Themselves

10 Lies Black Women Tell Themselves By Doris Taylor 1. White women are stealing Black men. Trust me, no one is stealing them. It’s their choice to date outside of their race. And so what if they are? Love is love and it comes in all colors, shapes, and sizes. Sistas need to stop snarling at Caucasian women who choose Read More …

5 Memorable #BlackGirlsAllowed Moments of 2017

  5 Most Memorable #BlackGirlsAllowed Moments of 2017 In 2017,DangerousLee.biz became BlackGirlsAllowed.net Why? The short story is that I’m sick of White people and men. Keep reading for the long story. Scroll down if you’re anything like me and hate reading the commentary before list posts. If you see Carly Simon and Taylor Swift you’ve gone too far. This website Read More …

FaLessia Booker: A Courageous Flint Woman

FaLessia Booker and I go back a bit and we have always been supportive of each others work but I’ve never known the full scope and struggles of her story. FaLessia Booker is a freelance writer and editor living in Flint, Michigan. She works as the Editorial Director of Courageous Woman Magazine and volunteers as Editor in Chief for Martha Read More …

Danielle Sanders Explains Why Black Women Need Safe Spaces

Chicago native, Danielle Sanders, has created a online safe space for Black women in the form of her website, The Sum of Many Things – for the woman who does it all where she shares her favorite things to live a balanced life. It’s also a lifestyle and personal development blog, so if you find yourself in need of uplifting, Read More …

Racist Fashion: It’s Not Just Little Black Boys in Monkey Hoodies

What Do Sean Avery and Gucci Have in Common? Most of us (Black people) wouldn’t know who Sean Avery is even if we were spitting in his face (he’s an ex hockey player that is currently promoting a memoir) but when I saw a clip of him on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen wearing all black including black Read More …

Amber Hasan: Wearing the Loud Mouth Ghetto Girl Badge with Pride

Photography by: Senegal Tuklor Williams Amber Hasan describes writing as a sacred thing that makes her feel spiritually whole and allows her to feel as if she is fulfilling one of her purposes in life. She likes to keep her writing diverse while always giving her readers common sense, real life, and down to earth wisdom. On tracks like Loud Read More …

Ask A Black Girl: Why are Black girls so snotty towards White women?

  WHY ARE BLACK GIRLS SO SNOTTY TOWARDS WHITE WOMEN? A woman named Melissa, who I assume is White, wrote me with the following question: Hi, it seems to me for the most part black girls don’t like making conversation or being friendly with white girls. Why is that? MY RESPONSE: Thanks for your question. If you don’t mind, can Read More …

A Black Woman Dealing with White Peoples Privilege and Fragility Online & IRL

White fragility is a defensive response to real conversations about race. via GIPHY White privilege has layers. To understand what it is and what it isn’t read Understanding White Privilege and White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack. So, my Adventures in White Privilege and Fragility started this particular week when my Facebook “friend”, C. Hope Clark, who is A White Read More …

May is Masturbation Month: Celebrate With These “Super-Hot” Books!

DID YOU KNOW THAT MAY IS MASTURBATION MONTH? Me either! But thanks to Kinkly.com, a website that prides itself on featuring straight up sex talk with a twist has included my first book, Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down, on its list of 13 Super-Hot New Erotic Books All for Your Masturbation Month Pleasure. Panties Up is filled Read More …

Ask A Black Girl: Is it normal for White men to be super attracted to Black women?

I’m a White man attracted to Black women. Help! Q: Out of all ethnic ties, Black women turn me on the most. I don’t know why. I told my peers and they gave somewhat disgusting looks and replies. I like Black women because of their beauty: physical features like bigger lips, hips, buttocks and legs. Also their nicer skin. Is Read More …