The Curse Of Facebook Popularity

Someone very close to us recently said to Boaz, 'Each time I post a picture of myself on Facebook, I get over 600 likes, but when I post about my business, I don't get any likes at all. It's very embarrassing and discouraging and I feel like not posting anymore.' He's very ambitious, but he's … Continue reading The Curse Of Facebook Popularity

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When My Boaz Fulfilled My Ultimate Fantasy

I find nothing more sexy than a man who can sing in a foreign tongue, there is just something so cool about it. My favorite gospel singer from Ghana is Soni Badu, I like him  because he sings in Shona quite a lot, so on a spiritual level he connects with me. So I always … Continue reading When My Boaz Fulfilled My Ultimate Fantasy

When Children Are Born Racist

My two-year-old little girl is the epitome of what it means to be a strong, black girl child. She is that kind of girl who just loves life to the fullest. She is fearless and bold, everything I wasn't when I was a child, I was ever so timid and shy. But not my little girl, … Continue reading When Children Are Born Racist

Why A Woman Should Never Leave Her Husband For Cheating

I don't think a woman should ever leave her husband because he has cheated. That should never be the only reason for her to walk away. When a man is a good provider. When he shows his wife respect. When he rightfully treats her as his queen. When he doesn't deny her her conjugal rights. When … Continue reading Why A Woman Should Never Leave Her Husband For Cheating

Water Is Purer, Blood Is Contaminated And Overrated

When you were giving birth to all these children whom did you think would look after them? I will never touch them unless you are sick on a deathbed'. She said to me... I always heard a saying that Blood is thicker than water but I have come to that place where I believe, Water … Continue reading Water Is Purer, Blood Is Contaminated And Overrated

Black People Are The Better Race

Dear Munroe Bergdorf. You are the woman who recently got fired by L'Oreal for saying this, "All white people are racist. Most of ya’ll don’t even realise or refuse to acknowledge that your existence, privilege and success as a race is built on the backs, blood and death of people of colour. Your entire existence … Continue reading Black People Are The Better Race

If Only I Had Kate Middleton’s Privilege

If only I had the privilege of Kate Middleton, today I would be on baby number 10. Kate's third pregnancy is such big news not only because she's a royal, but because we now live in a society where just 'three' children are considered a lot for a young couple. There are already debates online … Continue reading If Only I Had Kate Middleton’s Privilege

John Lewis Genderless Agenda Is Child Abuse

Yesterday I woke up to the horrifying news that John Lewis had become the first major UK retailer to remove ‘boys’ and ‘girls’ labels from its children’s clothing range. Apparently, this is to avoid 'reinforcing gender stereotypes'. Instead, new genderless labels that say either ‘Boys & Girls’ or ‘Girls & Boys’, are on all own-brand … Continue reading John Lewis Genderless Agenda Is Child Abuse

Top 10 Most Beautiful African Women

Rating women's beauty can be very difficult, especially African black beauty. Black women's beauty is already a controversial and rather political subject for they are often a subject of mockery for hiding their own hair under European women's hair. Black women's beauty is probably the most underrated in the world, mainly because for centuries, black … Continue reading Top 10 Most Beautiful African Women

As Kenya Makes History Today, May Africa Watch And Learn

It is a country of global history makers. The country of Barak Obama. It remains East Africa's biggest economy. And can I just say it has one of the most beautiful flags in the continent of Africa? So Africa and the world should not be surprised, that African political history was made in Kenya today. For … Continue reading As Kenya Makes History Today, May Africa Watch And Learn