A Hip-Hop Mystery: Whatever Happened to Choice the First Raunchy Female Rapper?

Way back in ancient times, an unknown female rapper burst upon the rap scene like a fiery comet and disappeared just as quickly. Her name is Choice and she released two albums in 1990 and 1992 but since then, nothing has been heard from her. Which is a shame because she was dope as hell.Continue reading “A Hip-Hop Mystery: Whatever Happened to Choice the First Raunchy Female Rapper?”

Misogynoir and Sexual Abuse in the African-American Community

Another paper from graduate school Abstract This paper will discuss misogynoir (hatred of black women and girls) and whether hatred of black women and girls leads to higher instances of sexual abuse and rape amongst them. This paper will also discuss the two gaps in the literature selected for this project and how can writersContinue reading “Misogynoir and Sexual Abuse in the African-American Community”

Gender Inequality in Sub Saharan Africa

inequality has maintained the suppression of women worldwide and unfortunately has impacted Sub-Saharan Africa with the greatest magnitude. Everyday in these countries are countless occurrences of physical, emotional, and psychological abuse that must be acknowledged as a primary concern for governments across the world. A prime example of gender inequality is the use of rapeContinue reading “Gender Inequality in Sub Saharan Africa”

Black Patriarchy: Where Men Rule, but Refuse to Build

Originally posted on Exposing the Black Patriarchy Movement:
Patriarchal cultures throughout the world share commonalities, but they also have distinctions. One distinction that makes Black Patriarchy different from patriarchy in other cultures is that it is a system where men seek to rule, but refuse to build. For example, if we look at Black neighborhoods…

Memories of Things Past

Recently I posted my third grade class photo and I can’t help but be fascinated by the little girl that I used to be in that picture.  I was third from the left with two pigtails parted straight in the middle (my favorite hairstyle) and I had on a red turtleneck sweater and a denimContinue reading “Memories of Things Past”

Ten Ways to Found Out if You Are a Brainwashed Negro

Brainwashed Negro: A Black individual who has internalized every negative stereotype about Blacks and their culture and is seething with self-hatred and low self-esteem. Usually believes that the only path to success and true happiness is to marry or assimilate into White culture, hoping to escape the sins of blackness. One of the biggest problemsContinue reading “Ten Ways to Found Out if You Are a Brainwashed Negro”

Dear Men: Stay The Fuck Out of Women’s Wombs

We are currently in the Season of the Scorpion, the greatest zodiac of all time. I remember reading a long time ago that  the Scorpion sign governs the pelvis, and reproductive (sexual organs) and I have learned the hard way as a Scorpion woman that this is true because my reproductive organs have been givingContinue reading “Dear Men: Stay The Fuck Out of Women’s Wombs”

Desperate Heifers or When Being a Basic Chick Goes Terribly Wrong

According to the standards of American society, I am considered a middle aged, overweight Black woman. Which is the bottom of the barrel according to some. But I cannot tell because this fat, old, black woman has never been desperate for male companionship. Never had a problem getting a man; if anything, the problem wasContinue reading “Desperate Heifers or When Being a Basic Chick Goes Terribly Wrong”

For the Hood-Rats, Bust Downs, Thots, Baby Mommas, Welfare Hoes, and Every Black Woman Who Lives on the Outskirts of Black Respectability

So much about being a Black woman in America is denial.  Denial of your womanhood because being Black is considered more important than being a woman.  Denial of your sexuality because being chaste and pure is considered more important being sexually free.  Denial of anything that will make the Black male gaze disappear although theseContinue reading “For the Hood-Rats, Bust Downs, Thots, Baby Mommas, Welfare Hoes, and Every Black Woman Who Lives on the Outskirts of Black Respectability”