Since my father died almost 25 years ago, I have a mass a working amount of uncles. These men in my life who have adopted me as a niece as … Continue reading The Ever Faithful Uncles
I love you, Greg. -JBH I came into the orbit of Team Petty Headlines on TikTok in late 2020, early 2021. It was his snark and coffee cups that drew … Continue reading The Favorites #3: Being “Greg Famous”
This year, my father would be 74 in October. And yet I think back 41 years ago and think that I was his present for that particular Father’s Day in … Continue reading On This Father’s Day
For this post, I will be referencing the book Hemotions by Bishop TD Jakes. I believe this book is still in print and may be available on Amazon. There is … Continue reading Breathe Deep: Mental Health Matters
Over the weekend, I found out that there were divers going into Lake Lanier. Lake Lanier–if you are not familiar–was flooded out All Black town of OscarVille. No those of … Continue reading Talk About It Tuesday-06/14/2022
Please support The Favorite on TikTok (@misterbats, @misterbats1.0) and IG (@thefwbnetwork) “Man, I’m just catchin my session.” -MisterBats Actor, artist, and all round good dude, Martin “MisterBats” Bradford is one … Continue reading The Favorites #2: MisterBats!
Note: This is a pro-Black people space, and I do not celebrate Black men dying. These are my thoughts, only my thoughts, and my demand for change in the lives … Continue reading The Necromancy Of Kevin Samuels
With everything happening in this now almost 3-row-pandemic, I’ve seen the conversation around Covid has kind of died down! Then, I got it. Luckily, I was vaccinated and boosted! With … Continue reading TALK ABOUT IT TUESDAY 06/07/2022
This is actually my favorite part of the year! It’s my birthday month on top of that! But this year, like every year—the basis of this celebration is to honor … Continue reading It’s Men’s Month!
One of the things I keep hearing in these Red Pill/Manosphere social media conversations and posts is “Black women need to be held accountable!” My question is “Who are Black … Continue reading Who Do Black Women Owe?