Petition Surfaces in Protest of YouTube Personality Tommy Sotomayor

Petition Surfaces in Protest of YouTube Personality Tommy Sotomayor

by Sylvia Snowden

YouTube personality, Tommy Sotomayor, rose to fame by dumping on Black women in social media videos. Some of the gems you can find on... Read More

Why Is It That Women Must EARN Respect?

Why Is It That Women Must EARN Respect?

by Neffer Kerr

I recently saw a meme on Facebook that caught my attention. It read “A man should respect a woman, but a woman should give... Read More

#ADayWithoutABlackPerson

Imagining What “A Day Without A Black Person” Would Look Like

by Shantell E. Jamison

Today is International Women’s Day and millions of women will not show up for life in an effort to strike back against gender inequality,... Read More

Hate in the Pulpit

Hate in the Pulpit

by Jenn M. Jackson

“If folks would get themselves in line with God’s word, then Black lives would matter…we wouldn’t have all of these out-of-wedlock babies and we... Read More

God Isn’t the Only One Judging You,
Floyd Mayweather

God Isn't the Only One Judging You,
Floyd Mayweather

by Michael Arceneaux

When you hear someone counter valid criticism with “Only God can judge me,” chances are they are about as serious a Christian as a... Read More

[Ending Rape 4Ever]
This Is What Rape Culture Sounds Like

[Ending Rape 4Ever]
This Is What Rape Culture Sounds Like

by #teamEBONY

If you’ve ever taken the time to listen—and we mean really listen—to your favorite artists' songs, there’s a strong possibility that you’ve heard lyrics... Read More

‘Nice Guys’ and Misogyny

‘Nice Guys’ and Misogyny

by Preston Mitchum

Society has constructed us to often respond to certain issues in ways that that illustrate how much we have perfected not listening to the... Read More

Why It’s So Hard for Men to See Misogyny

Why Men are Blind to Misogyny

by Slate

Many men are blind to the aggression and misogyny women encounter because they just don't see it.  These are forms of male aggression that... Read More

[BEAUTIFUL STRUGGLER]
Scandal and the War at Home

[BEAUTIFUL STRUGGLER]
Scandal and the War at Home

by Jamilah Lemieux

The relationship between Black men and Black women—and it’s many facets, flaws and forms—is fodder for endless conversation, op-eding, take-down, Tweets, crappy advice books... Read More