Black Femme Soul Review: Euphoria

Euphoria is the latest hit television show on HBO. It recently wrapped up its first season and I just finished my binge watch. Euphoria is a dark, teen drama with explicit and violent content. Sometimes I squirmed watching it, but it is a good teen show. I think many of the storylines are relatable to... Continue Reading →

Black It Girls Through The Years

Black Women's History Month is over, but we celebrate Black women all year-round on this blog. Let's look at these legendary and future legendary Black It Girls. Some we grew up watching and admiring. A few of them we are witnessing now. Many were before our time.   Josephine Baker (1906-1975)- Josephine was a legendary... Continue Reading →

Black Women Can Wear Any Hairstyle They Want

Black women should be able to switch their hairstyles without being accused of hating themselves. The assumption that a woman with kinky hair loves her blackness more than one with straight hair is shallow. It contradicts the pro black movement. We preach about loving each other to turn around and judge each other based on... Continue Reading →

Twerking is a Cultural Dance

Twerking is a cultural dance. Why is it often seen as demeaning? Cultures within the African diaspora have similar dances that involve pelvic gyrations. Although twerking and whining are not the same, twerking most likely was influenced by our African ancestry. Why is whining seen as a legit cultural dance while twerking is not?As influential as... Continue Reading →

The Problem With “Niggerfishing”

“Niggerfishing” is the art of white women portraying themselves as Black women or racially ambiguous women on social media. It’s like “catfishing”, which means to portray yourself as a completely different person online. White women on Instagram spray tan their skin outrageously dark, overline or inject their lips, and rock cornrows on Instagram for that... Continue Reading →

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