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Definition of a Man

Where do females find their definition of a man … honestly? For a long time, I have wondered this. So many women (and I use the term loosely in this post) are holding “skip rocks” in the palms of their hands and treating them as if they’re diamonds and pearls. Growing up with a young […]

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Relaxers. The Whole Truth.

I am an advocate of Black women going natural and taking the time to learn how to manage and groom themselves. Not only are relaxers a waste of time and money, they also are scientifically proven to be harmful to our bodies. There is nothing safe about applying relaxers, just like there is no safe […]

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Of Coarse! … My Hair?

Many of our Sisters who fear most of going natural are those who believe that their hair is “coarse” and/or who grow insecure due to the Teeny Weenie Afro (TWA) stage. This post is specifically for these beautiful Sisters of ours; for the root of their issues has nothing to do with the texture of […]

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Our Beauty is not Our Beast

A Nation begins with its women and maintains with its men. This blog is for Black women who believe that their natural textured hair is unattractive. It is also directed to women who are tired of being slaves to their relaxed lifestyle and want their beauty to be authentic and original. *** Heads Up *** […]

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