My White Sugar Daddy

My White Sugar Daddy

by Terrence Chappell

Reactions to my relationship — I’m dating a much older, white man by the way — are like having a stable of single, opinionated aunties ready to... Read More

Want Love? Cure Your Dysfunction

Want Love? Cure Your Dysfunction

by Shantell E. Jamison

“He who knows others is wise. He who knows himself is enlightened.” – Lao Tzu I was talking to a buddy of mine who... Read More

Stop Dating Non-Black People Who Are Silent About Our Struggle

Stop Dating Non-Black People Who Are Silent About Our Struggle

by Josie Pickens

Black people are standing up and demanding to be seen, and to matter, in ways I have read about in history books, but have... Read More

The Truth About Emotionally Detached Daters

The Truth About Emotionally Detached Daters

by Lincoln Anthony Blades

Finding love is hard. Hell, dating, meeting new people, and even just amping yourself up to land in the correct mental space to entertain seeing... Read More

5 Tips for the Well-Endowed Man

5 Tips for the Well-Endowed Man

by Glamazon Tyomi

“I love my wife, but there are times when sex just isn’t comfortable because…well…I don’t fit,”  lamented a concerned husband in my inbox.  Complaints... Read More

Dear Lover: 5 Signs You Deserve Better

Dear Lover: 5 Signs You Deserve Better

by Shantell E. Jamison

Let me be the first to admit that I go above and beyond for those I love. If I decide to commit to you,... Read More

Love Coach: When SHE Cheats

Love Coach: When SHE Cheats

by S. Tia Brown

Most romantic dramas have the same, lazy storyline. Some beautiful woman — who has wanted nothing more in her life than to be a... Read More

No, He Does Not Have A Fear of Commitment

No, He Does Not Have A Fear of Commitment

by Lincoln Anthony Blades

In the past three weeks, I've seen one close friend and two associates – all men – break off long-term relationships with their women. For these... Read More

5 Reasons to Date a Black Woman

5 Reasons to Date a Black Woman

by Shantell E. Jamison

“Black women were created of brown sugar and warm honey, the sweetest thing to bless the earth. Be wary of anyone who tells you... Read More

Colorism: There’s An App for That … and It Must Be Deleted

Colorism: There’s An App for That … and It Must Be Deleted

by Kyra Kyles

If ever an app deserved to be deleted from all platforms and banished from Black-kind, it’s a monstrosity known as Smoochr. Shout out to... Read More