I write this as I just finished watching Netflix's adaptation of the play, American Son. While the story was predictable, my heart is still broken because it was so much more than the story you see unfold on the screen. It's more than just a missing son in the middle of the night. It is … Continue reading American Son
A couple things first, one, I want to congratulate Miss Hailey Barry on being selected to portray Ariel in the re-make of the Little Mermaid. Second, MERMAIDS DON'T FUCKING EXIST. If I did not get my black card taken away for not being a Beyonce or Orpah fan I'm sure I am going to lose … Continue reading A Black Little Mermaid
It is that time of year again. The time of year where it rains every day and the humidity is damn near 100. Which means my hair is even more difficult to deal with; which ultimately means I am even more annoyed with how my hair looks. So when that happens, and it always happens, … Continue reading Don’t Touch My Hair | LIFE
I have been off from work for a few days and over dinner the other night my daughter commented on my hair and asked why I straighten my hair when I go back to work. When I am off from work for any extended period of time and/or during the hot and humid summer months … Continue reading Natural Hair.
Google her name, I am sure you'll be like oh that woman. Don't worry. I forgot all about her as well. But then, a few weeks ago, I get a random text message from my dad (he's known to do that from time to time). All it said was, The Rachel Divide check it out on Netflix. … Continue reading Rachel Dolezal.