To Be or Not to Be (Beautiful)

In the olden days, during the times of slavery, the darker-skinned slaves were given the most arduous* and back-breaking tasks, while the lighter-skinned slaves were given the “privilege” of working in the house, closest to the master. Throughout history, this has given way to the assumption that light-skinned individuals are in some way, shape, form… Continue reading To Be or Not to Be (Beautiful)

The Great Debate: A Sassy, but Classy 2016 Election Op-Ed

We are inching closer and closer to election day, (November 8, make sure you’re registered to vote!!) and Americans have two major candidates for president : a controversial reality star and a seasoned politician,with a not so savory track record. The choice, for me is extremely obvious, not because Secretary Clinton made the better argument  for my vote, but  because Trump just did NOT.… Continue reading The Great Debate: A Sassy, but Classy 2016 Election Op-Ed