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Let’s face it: we women get pissed when our men look at other woman. We hate it. But for them, it’s just an instinct, a knee-jerk reaction. In fact, Louann Brizendine, a clinical professor of psychiatry at the University of California, … Continue reading
This hip hop event based out of Atlanta is a lot of fun. If you are a fellow hip-hop head you should check it out. A3C Hip Hop Festival: competitive prize packages and career-breaking opportunities.
Dear Eve… Did you really forsake millions of women for a quick one night romp in the Garden of Eden? Your reckless actions condemned the rest of us to ugly afflictions such as menstruation, girdles, pregnancy, weight gain, varicose veins, angst-riddled teens and … Continue reading
Dear Lauryn, I used to think you could do no wrong. But sometimes, even the stars fall out of the sky, tumbling to earth, merely destined to be a pockmarked stone for the rest of its once glorious days. I … Continue reading
Oh my. Normally, I wouldn’t post any dude to my Powder Girl of the Day post for obvious reasons. But this dude–Big Freedia–because of his gigantic entertainment value and the tiny little fact that he’s a big-assed, cross dressing, freaky-deaky, … Continue reading
This Week’s Short Film – T is For Toilet. I first saw this on filmbalaya.com. This claymation short is sooo good…it’s SCARY! Watch at your own risk…!
For all my writers out there, mark your calenders, stop procrastinating and start writing! Stop making all the old excuses: ‘No one will be interested in what I’m writing.’ ‘There are too many writers. I’ll never get published anyway.’ ‘I … Continue reading