A picture of my stalker

I know I’m a pretty cool person. I go to work, I give back, I put in work for the community, I created my whole empire around being able to give others opportunities and choices that they never thought was possible. I trust my dopeness. …


Often times I hear us saying, “we need to do better” about everything except how we perceive and treat black women. Black women can’t even send non-verbal communications without a bunch of happy sunshine emojis and shit to ensure the recipient that we aren't angry, and even still that’s no…


Why do Black men hate Black women? This is an age-old question that has never really been addressed nor given any answers or solutions. Black women have been forced to just deal with it and be ready to fight for our lives in our own communities, even in our own…


I have several Facebook platforms one of them I use to discuss a lot of different topics and deliver them in my most charming fashion *wink* I talk about the government, politicians, celebrities, white people, being a mom, being an aunt, but I mostly talk about real black ass issues…


Nightlife. Photo Credit: Johnny Silvercloud

What’s up with the dating pool, and why is it full of pee and poop? It shouldn’t be nearly this complicated to meet and be with your soulmate. Why so many games? Why are so many folks insecure? Why so much hate for Black women? Why are so many adults…


What part of mourning the loss of a loved one, don’t people understand? Do yall think that only applies to white people?

Photo by Walid Hamadeh on Unsplash

grief

/ɡrēf/

noun

deep sorrow, especially that caused by someone’s death.

Similar: sorrow, misery. sadness, anguish, pain distress, agony.

If the definition of grief isn’t clear enough, take…


I always see Black women being told to “stay for the kids” but I don’t hear anyone telling Black men don’t cheat, don’t abuse, don’t do drugs for the kids.

Why is that?

Before you raise your hand to beat on that woman, think about the kids.
Before you go sticking…


We are currently in the light of the Derrick Jaxon scandal and not much to my surprise a black woman has been humiliated, degraded, disrespected, and so much more by her own husband, and of course, black people don’t see the extent of the damage that has been caused. …


Let's discuss Case Study #53 who goes by the name of Amiri Brown and David Cuffe all over social media. His real name is Mishel White. I remember coming across this dude in a Facebook group he started. I ended up in this group because he invited me, a random…

Mocha Moma

Award winning poet. Author of Soul Not For Sale-The Poetic Publication. The Love Poet speaking out against Unhealthy Black Culture and its generational damage.

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