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If I Am A Racist …

Chances are … you are too. In a recent conversation with my peers, I was called out as a profiler and racist. Wow! Here’s what happened. A few weeks ago, a girlfriend and I were coming out of a restaurant late at night in what can be called a sketchy part of town (isn’t that […]

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Abercrombie & Bitch

I don’t have a lot of tolerance for snobs, bigots or idiots. Which means that Mike Jeffries, the CEO of Abercrombie & Fitch will not be on my Christmas list. The man is all that and more. Jeffries proudly proclaims that his stores are strictly for the thin, pretty, and cool kids, which serves as […]

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What do boobs and brains have in common?

I’ve been well endowed pretty much since the day I entered puberty. I haven’t always been thrilled about it, but by the time I was 14, I was a substantially curvy girl. Just like life, big breasts are a double-edged sword. When you’re young, men look at you for all the wrong reasons, and women […]

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Is there such a thing as righteous prejudice?

I realize that this is a touchy subject. But these past couple of weeks had me steeped in unwanted and volatile conversation about it. The Bible talks about it, Romans partook in it, and if we fast forward centuries, it is still going strong. Why are we, as a nation, so obsessed with judging who […]

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