Micheal, My Gay Angel

I believe Christians are the most judgemental hypocrites on earth, especially when it comes to sexuality. They will look at a person who is gay with disgust and automatically condemn them to hell. Whilst they condemn the gays, they will fail to do the basic thing that is taught by the bible. Thou shalt love … Continue reading Micheal, My Gay Angel

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You Can Buy A Husband, But You Will Never Buy His Love

We now live an era where women are now buying their own husbands. More women are now earning more money than men, especially African women in the diaspora. Women are now having more money and power, so they are now resorting to taking away their own reproach. It's truly amazing, how this scripture is being … Continue reading You Can Buy A Husband, But You Will Never Buy His Love

Being A Mother Is Not An Excuse To Let Yourself Go

Today marks exactly 8 weeks (2 months) since Charo was born and I am celebrating because I feel healthy, happy and blessed. Yesterday my 8 year old son Kunashe who is my photographer, took some pictures of me, and some of my followers asked me what my beauty secrets where. Beauty is a natural gift, … Continue reading Being A Mother Is Not An Excuse To Let Yourself Go

Everyone Wants A Light Skinned Baby

Yes, I know. Backward thinking. Colonized corroded mentality. Mental slavery at it's best. Pathetic Self-hating mindset. Who would say such a thing? 'Everyone wants a light skinned baby'. Well, that is what one slave, a self-hating Zimbabwean man said on my Facebook page in response to my article on my beautiful new baby Charo. I … Continue reading Everyone Wants A Light Skinned Baby

How To Get Your Boaz: If You Are A Black Single Mother

Research shows that 75% of black children are raised by black single mothers. Meaning most black women are single mothers. How tragic. I refused this portion and got my Boaz. I am always asked how I got my Boaz against such odds. Well, this is how you get your Boaz. It always happens exactly like … Continue reading How To Get Your Boaz: If You Are A Black Single Mother

Charo My Melanin Goddess

I have never understood the obsession with light skin among black people. All my girls are blessed with melanin-rich skin, and they are beyond beautiful, inside and out. They ooze black beauty, especially our latest addition to the family, Charo. She is dark and beautiful. I could not help but share these gorgeous pictures of her … Continue reading Charo My Melanin Goddess

Dear Black People, GET OUT Of The White Jesus System

I dare every black person to go and watch the racially charged horror movie GET OUT. It was written and directed by Jordan Peele, who has made history by being the first black writer/director to create a debut feature film that's earned more than 100 million at the box office. I hate horror films, but this … Continue reading Dear Black People, GET OUT Of The White Jesus System

I Hate Spiritual Daddies And Would Love To See Them Melt Like Snails

I believe honesty is a gift, and I intend on using mine faithfully, especially when I'm holding the pen. God knows I have a lot of love in me, sometimes too much for my own good, but I have also learned to hate, and it's an expression I am not afraid to use, especially when … Continue reading I Hate Spiritual Daddies And Would Love To See Them Melt Like Snails

One Lovely Blog Award

I was nominated for the One Lovely Blog Award by health blogger Monique.  It was nice to get a recognition from another great blogger, it came as a lovely surprise. If you love natural hair, health, and fitness, family, nerd and geek entertainment, Monique's blog is a great place to be. Writing this blog has been like … Continue reading One Lovely Blog Award

Returning To The Innocence Of Breastfeeding

As this month celebrates International Womens Day, I will be writing articles that encourage women to break barriers and stigmas about motherhood in the 21st Century. I am currently celebrating the birth of my 5th baby Charo, and I personally feel there is nothing more rewarding to a woman than being a mother. I totally … Continue reading Returning To The Innocence Of Breastfeeding