Clutch Magazine

Facebook and Relationships: Don’t Befriend Your Spouse

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Some couples live their relationships on Facebook. Their tagged-love statuses, cuddling photos and professions of love signal bliss in their coupledom. However, it also invites Facebook friends to see some of their separations in real-time. The “so-and-so is now single” sends newsfeeds into frenzies of...

MY NAME IS CANDACE, And I’ve Had It With People Mistaking Me For Every Other Black Woman They Know

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Angela and I look nothing alike. Yet every day, I am approached with a “Hi… Angela right?”, with my desk name tag right in front of them, or “Thanks Ange- I mean Candace, I’m sorry!”, peppered with an awkward giggle.

Pre-Teen Musicians On The Receiving End Of Bullying

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Malcolm Brickhouse and Jared Dawkins aren’t your average Flatbush, Brooklyn pre-teens.  The music in their earbuds may not be the latest thing that Hot 97 is attempting to pass off as “music”, but a little bit closer to what’s played on  New York’s rock stations....

Curing the Age-Old Back-Pocket Girl Syndrome

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He dumped me without warning or reason. We’d been intertwined for five months, separating so I could attend class and study before interlocking our limbs again. It was five months of uncontested bliss – until it wasn’t. The grief oozed through me. I was incapacitated...

First Look: Idris Elba as Nelson Mandela

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One of the most fascinating, complex, revered figures of our generation, Nelson Mandela has a life story that profoundly speaks to unwavering courage, overwhelming compassion for people and the sheer tenacity of the human spirit. It’s a huge undertaking for any actor to capture Mandela...