Author Archives: Charing Ball
Charing wonders why Mother’s Day, in particular, got Minister Louis Farrakhan so riled up.
Charing says, when it comes to protecting your good name, always remember to be impeccable with your words.
People say love yourself like it’s easy to do, it’s not.
Charing says that Prince had a right to protect his music, but what about the fans?
What do you think?
The more I think about it, the more I come to understand just how much my mistrust of the opposite sex is rooted in our culture.
Some good information ladies.
Charing says what is being sold to us as the face of transracialism (if it is such a thing) is a suburban White woman whose total identity is shaped around fragments and pieces of the Black experience she picked up in college. Thanks, but no thanks.
See whether or not this stylist thinks this is cultural appropriation or not.