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5 Signs You are in a Toxic Female Relationship

5 Signs You are in a Toxic Female Relationship

Men are not the only ones who suffer through toxic female relationships. Unfortunately, neither are children. This is an article about toxic female to female relationships that I for one, found myself in near routinely up until about half a decade ago. It's a learning...

Things You Should Never Do in the Morning

Things You Should Never Do in the Morning

So I ruined my morning in more ways than one. Today was a good day (thanks Ice Cube) so please do not misunderstand, it is just that I could have been a much better steward of my time. I decided to go over those mistakes in this blog post and remind you as I remind...

How to be More Feminine: For Black Women

How to be More Feminine: For Black Women

Being the yin and not the yang more often than not. It is important to humble yourself and learn from other nations and ethnicities of women whose history and current conditions have spared them from the harshness and masculinity that has been thrust upon us as women....

The Femininity Revolution

The Femininity Revolution

While I had no idea that this was the name of an actual book, I must admit that I am more than excited that such a book exists! Here it is: “One of the best things that ever happened to me is that I’m a woman. That is the way all females should feel.” - Marilyn Monroe...

5 Femininity Tips for Beginners!!

5 Femininity Tips for Beginners!!

Horn's up! Here are 5 Femininity Tips for Beginners!! Gentleness Having or showing a mild, kind, or tender temperament or character. pleasant, benign, lenient, merciful, tender, soft, humane Nurturing Care for and encourage the growth or development of encouraging,...

My Femininity Journey

My Femininity Journey

My femininity journey is that of a typical ugly duckling. Let's just say,I was not….and then suddenly, I was. My confusion began at an early age. Adult men and women alike shamed me for displaying feminine characteristics. As African American girls growing up in the...