Dear White Women, F#*K You and Your #DayWithoutAWoman

Shemeka Michelle Mature Conversations, Personal Empowerment, Racism, Shemeka Michelle, Society, Women

Dear White Women, You are so fucking insecure! That was the first thought that came to my head when I heard about a #DayWithoutAWoman. My second thought was “What do White women in America have to complain about?” You yell about pay inequality, but I’ve yet to hear you complain about the fact that on average, your income is higher …

Love & DIVORCE: Excerpt from Upcoming Book!

Shemeka Michelle Divorce, Keep it NAKED!, Marriage, Moving On, Personal Empowerment, Relationships, Shemeka Michelle, Women

  Within the first year of us living together and marrying, I lost about 20 lbs. Now that I think about it, my grandma tried to get me to see the red flags; alluding to the fact that the weight loss signified that there was stress in my relationship long before I said “I do”. Like so many other women, …

Bill Cosby’s Accusers Were NOT Innocent Victims!

Shemeka Michelle Shemeka Michelle, Society, Violence Leave a Comment

~Shemeka Michelle I just spent hours reading the accusations from 35 of the women who have come forth with allegations of sexual assault and/or rape against Bill Cosby. While it is not my intention to demean or defame their character, I can’t understand why America didn’t see most of their stories as utter bullshit! I will probably catch all kinds …

Bill Cosby’s Accusers Waited Years to Speak Up and So Did I

Kenita Stubbs Kenita Stubbs, Women Leave a Comment

NGSC: Kenita Stubbs   On Wednesday December 30, 2015, Bill Cosby was faced with a felony charge of aggravated indecent assault. While forty-one percent of Americans said they were unsure if Cosby was guilty, I’m sure the other fifty-nine percent are wondering “WHY NOW?” Years later, why would the alleged victims take so long to speak out? I would like …

GOOD MEN GONE: Living on the DOWN LOW!

Christina Clark Christina Clark, Journals of a 40-Year Old Student, Marriage, Men, NG Contributor, Relationships, Sex Leave a Comment

NGSC: Christina Clark   Recently I have found myself in conversations with clients who are asking, “Who will we date when all our men are gay?”  The fear that is exhibited in these conversations is heartbreaking to witness.  Now before I go any further let me make the, I have black friends statement. This is not a journal against homosexuality. …