Sadika: The Serial Baby-momma Part 2: “Bonnie and Clyde”

A couple of months ago, I wrote an article about the CDC’s statement that 48% of Black women have herpes. I received several comments here on the Alumni Roundup, and also on facebook. One particular comment disturbed me. The commenter stated that Black women needed to “keep their legs closed.” He wrote that too many…

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[5 babies and 3 baby-daddies] Sadika: The Story of the Serial Baby-Momma

Delve into the mind of the “Serial Baby -Mommas”: the women that continually have children out of wedlock, with several men, with no marriage present or any where in sight.

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Black America Allows the CDC to Stack Herpes Numbers: The Truth Behind the “Statistics”

Reports say that 48% of Black women have herpes, 46% of Black women have a net worth of $5, and 70% of Black women can’t get a man… But are these reports accurate? Further research proves that they are not.

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Why is Charlie Sheen better than Chris Brown?

Writer Richelle Ransom offers an intriguing comparison of the indiscretions, punishments, and careers of singer Chris Brown and actor Charile Sheen.

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Dear Black Man, I want AND need you…

“I will love you Black Man, no matter what they tell me. I know what I want and need. I want and need, you, Black Man- contrary to popular belief.”

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Selling Yourself Cheaper than a $1 Menu Whopper Jr.

Richelle Ransom (AKA TripppleR for you twitter users) shares an interesting piece correlating food and love. You are what you eat…

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