“Low class” Donald Trump and the Wasps


By: Nell Beram/Salon.com Try, just try to find a parody of a pair of Wasps more entertaining than Thurston and Lovey Howell of “Gilligan’s Island.” Played by Jim Backus, who was of Lebanese descent, and Natalie Schafer, who was Jewish, Thurston and Lovey behave the way people like to believe — and sometimes they’re right —Continue reading ““Low class” Donald Trump and the Wasps”

3 Couples Share Their Best Advice for Navigating an Interracial Relationship Right Now


From: Self Magazine Thanks to current events, being in an interracial relationship can feel especially fraught. By: Rozalynn S. Frazier, C.P.T. Interracial couples across the country are processing the current outcry for racial justice—and, in some cases, how it’s affecting their relationship. The celebrity world offers up plenty of examples. Actress Tika Sumpter, who is Black andContinue reading “3 Couples Share Their Best Advice for Navigating an Interracial Relationship Right Now”

Parents lose lawsuit over destruction of son’s porn stash


53 minutes ago A man who sued his parents for getting rid of his pornography collection has won a lawsuit in western Michigan and can seek compensation. U.S. District Judge Paul Maloney ruled in favor of David Werking, who said his parents had no right to throw out his collection. He lived at their GrandContinue reading “Parents lose lawsuit over destruction of son’s porn stash”

Men will associate sex with happiness more than women: Study


Talk about a happy ending … for men at least. Men were 250% more likely to associate happiness with sexual intercourse than women, according to a new study. This is based on the answers of 1,147 male and female respondents in a large-scale survey. Of all male respondents, 20% used the word “Sex” as aContinue reading “Men will associate sex with happiness more than women: Study”

How To Balance Social Media & Relationships, According To A Love Expert


By: Agata Dominika/YourTango.com It’s no secret to anyone that social networks play a significant role in today’s society. And it may be hard to balance your online presence with your relationship. Whether you want to accept it or not, most people spend a considerable amount of their time and attention on their online profiles. So, is thereContinue reading “How To Balance Social Media & Relationships, According To A Love Expert”

Uncle Frank, COVID, and the LGBTQ+ Mental Health Crisis


Bill Smith/Theadvocate.com The recently released movie Uncle Frank gutted me. It’s the story of Frank Bledsoe, the cool uncle to his teenage niece, Beth, who Frank encourages to find a world bigger than the repressed society where they grew up in rural South Carolina in the ‘60s and early ‘70s. Closeted to his family and battling addiction,Continue reading “Uncle Frank, COVID, and the LGBTQ+ Mental Health Crisis”

Trauma ran away with my childhood: Losing my father to violence forced me to grow up fast


Trauma is normal. So many of us in Baltimore never really get a chance to be young a young Scoot Warren and his father (Photo provided by Scott Warren) By: Scott Warren/Salon.com Scott Warren was born and raised in Baltimore city. He is a writer, spoken word poet, actor and rap artist pursuing a degree inContinue reading “Trauma ran away with my childhood: Losing my father to violence forced me to grow up fast”

How To Find Love: 3 Ways You Could Be Blocking Yourself


By: Kristine Carlson Do you want to know how to find love that lasts? It’s important to look deep and make sure you’re not getting in your own way of real love. In fact, there are 3 common blocks to finding real love that you need to avoid. 1. You’re holding onto the past. WhenContinue reading “How To Find Love: 3 Ways You Could Be Blocking Yourself”

Unapologetic Black women are taking back our power


Naomi Osaka is working hard to normalize being an unapologetic Black woman, and I’m here for it By: Takirra Winfield Dixon/Salon I am Black and alive, and that’s half the battle today. Seriously. I woke up. No cops shot me in my sleep or on the street. I didn’t get charged with a crime I didn’tContinue reading “Unapologetic Black women are taking back our power”

Ask the Rodfather: He is a smoker and I cant stand smoke, help!


Rodfather: My father was a heavy smoker and he died when I was nine years old, he was only 32. No one smokes in my immediate family, none of my friends smoke and kissing somebody who smokes is like licking an ash tray. I met the love of my life online two years ago. InContinue reading “Ask the Rodfather: He is a smoker and I cant stand smoke, help!”