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Kim-Lee Patterson
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The stereotypes surrounding black relationships make it seem like black men and women are destined to always have a love-hate (or lust-hate?) thing going on with each other. However, my experience has proven to me that black love is neither lost nor…

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The stereotypes surrounding black relationships make it seem like black men and women are destined to always have a love-hate (or lust-hate?) thing going on with each other. However, my experience has proven to me that black love is neither lost nor…

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My eyes popped open before 6 am this morning (working security does that to you) and that happened to be just in time to go on a little morning adventure. My boyfriend is a dairy farmer and although I have heard all the woes about the lifestyle, I hadn’t…

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I’m blessed to have a partner who loves my natural hair, but it wasn’t always that way for me.   Back when I first started dating, I talked to a guy who told me that he didn’t want me to relax my hair, but that he hated how I looked with my mid-length…

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Friday was the big day! Between jet lag and fatigue, I haven’t gotten around to blogging for the last couple of days. However, I did find the time to explore a bit of my new home, especially the coconut trees my parents planted a few years ago. They will…

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It’s been said that I have a penchant for taboo topics. After looking up the meaning of the word “penchant” (sigh!), I had to agree: digging up touchy topics is a habit of mine. That said, let’s talk about noses. And black features in general. I grew up…

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Edges. Edges. Edges. For those who made it into 2016 and somehow still don’t know, edges are the hair around the perimeter of your hairline. To my knowledge, discussing edges is a primarily black activity, especially among black woman who are unable to…

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Personally, I don’t have a straight answer to that question. It all depends on your vibe. If I get the feeling that you categorize me with your pet rabbit or hamster, then I am probably going to jump 3 ft. back and get my protective halo up. But let’s be…
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