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Sign Language: 5 Characteristics That Make Virgos Wonderful

Virgo season (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) is upon us and while folks are busy repping how much better their sign is than the other 11 (yawn), I, the Sexy Sagittarius (smirk), have decided to be more diplomatic. No sign is better than the rest. The elements and distribution of strengths in certain areas won’t allow that. Continue reading Sign Language: 5 Characteristics That Make Virgos Wonderful

5 Black Movie Scenes That Make You Believe in Love Again

Love_Jones_article-small_15194Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope.”—Maya Angelou

While I 100 percent agree with the words of the legendary Maya Angelou, it’s pretty hard to these days. Trying to date in 2015 is more like engaging with robots, as people are more than likely to opt for a text message emoji of a hug or kiss than a real one.

Being single can arguably be one of the best times of your life, but depending on how you look at things, you could be headed down the path of no longer believing that finding love is possible. Here are five Black movie scenes that will renew your faith in love. Continue reading 5 Black Movie Scenes That Make You Believe in Love Again

Baggage Claim

ErykahBaduBagLadyVideo_article-small_52003“Bag lady you gon hurt yo back/Draggin’ all them bags like that.”—Erykah Badu

Often, people tend to primarily associate heartbreak with romantic relationships. But the reality is that many of us experience that type of pain well before we even think about dating. Romantic relationships just happen to provide a space for such deep-rooted pain to surface. Continue reading Baggage Claim

Facebook:The Real Meaning Behind That “Like”

As social media becomes increasingly intertwined in our day to day living, we have to note the   impact that it has on our mental. No one puts up a status on Facebook without wanting at least one or two people to like it. Continue reading Facebook:The Real Meaning Behind That “Like”