Today’s VSB/Pittsburghese Ass Word I Ain’t Gonna Front And Pretend That I Knew is “jitneys”
I know it’s off topic, but that’s a rough ass 46 lol.
It really doesn’t take much with me.
Love this article. I was raised just like you to be “polite” - ie give yourself up so you don’t upset men. “Editing yourself” is a kind of ingrained fear that eats the souls women and girls. I fight that feeling in myself everyday. I have 3 daughters who I’ve done my best to raise to speak their minds, take no…
Interesting, though I disagree with your take..
My favorite defense of Trump is when people say “What if he said (fill in the blank) instead of (fill in the blank)?” Like bitch, what if I picked the right lottery numbers instead of the wrong ones. You know these clowns are desperate when their only defense is to imagine that something entirely different happened.
Watch out, world! In what might be the best holiday present ever, the dapper and diminutive Cayden (aka @cayden_style on Instagram) beat out all other contenders for the grand prize in J.Crew’s inaugural #CastMeJCrew contest—a campaign notably started by a hashtag from Elle Fashion Features Director Nikki Ogunnaike.
As soon as Constant Coverings restocks with patterns I can fux with, I will be buying so many of those.
When Don “Puffy” Comb-Over took the opportunity during a White House ceremony honoring the Native American code talkers to call Elizabeth Warren “Pocahontas,” the collective response from most nonracist Americans was, “Oh no, he didn’t!”
I grew up in Allen County, Ohio. I lived in the county seat of Lima and attended school in the village of Elida. The show Glee takes place in my hometown, and I have never watched a single episode of Glee, but I often use this fact to help orient people to where I grew up. I rarely visit my hometown outside of…
As black women, we occasionally have to deal with white people asking to touch our hair. Whether they’re fascinated by the curls, locs or intricate styles, there’s always a time in a black woman’s life when she feels like she’s on display at a hair petting zoo. You may have felt the urge to smack someone’s hand when…
I’m writing this from my hotel room in New York City, where I’ve been since Tuesday evening and will be until Friday. I’m in town to attend The Root 100 gala Thursday night, but I’m here early to meet with my agent (and possibly my editor), hang out with some friends and visit the GMG office.
LeBron James’ SpringHill Entertainment is developing a television series about the life of Madam C.J. Walker. Walker, born Sarah Breedlove, was a pioneer when it came to black hair care and was the first black female millionaire and the first woman of any race to become a self-made millionaire. The series will be…