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Jacque Reid Proves Existing Stigma of Black Women and Interracial Dating

The topic of interracial dating is a touchy one in the Black community, particularly because of the historical references and the stigma associated with the idea that you have to find ...

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Niecy Nash Says Oral Sex Will Keep The Divorce Attorneys Away

Niecy Nash has never been known to edit her words, and in her latest interview with Playboy, she definitely doesn’t hold back when describing the secret behind her still thriving ...

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Virginia Pastor's Dating Seminar Stirs Controversy With It's Touchy Title

Virginia pastor David-Jamel Williams recently partnered with HBCU Virginia Union to host a dating seminar inspired by his past experiences, but his efforts to enlighten others on the dos and ...

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The New York Times Reports The Casual Text is Replacing Casual Sex

Yesterday I read an article in The New York Times titled, "With Some Dating Apps: Less Casual Sex Than Casual Text." The article explored how people are making online connections, ...

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Are You The Marrying Kind?

Most women grow up fantasizing about the perfect wedding with the perfect guy but are we still expecting those dreams to be realized or are we buying into expectations that ...

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Instagram Page Bye Felipe Calls Out Rude Dudes

Dating is hard. Really hard. Online dating can be the pits. Having to deal with strangers who send inappropriate and/or sexually charged messages is not only a turnoff, but a ...

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A Web-Based Training Program May Help Reduce Sexual Violence on College Campuses

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In light of domestic violence resurfacing at the forefront of many of our conversations, researchers at Georgia State University (GSU) has created an intervention program in hopes to lower the rates of sexual violence on college campuses. As stated in the study led by Laura...

Girl Talk: 5 Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me About Life After College

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When I graduated from college almost 10 years ago, I remember breathing a huge sigh of relief. Finally, I thought, I’d arrived at the finish line and could begin the new, exciting chapter in my life. I walked (well, more like rolled, considering I’m in a wheelchair)...

Watch These Students React To Their College Acceptance Letters

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High school students across the country are now opening their mailboxes and inboxes to see if their college of their choice has accepted them. Thanks to HooplaHa, we can see the reactions of students after receiving probably the most important piece of mail in their...

College Professors Don’t Care About Women And Minorities

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Have you ever written your college professor an email, and never received a reply? Well it could be because you’re a woman or a minority. A group of researchers emailed more than 6,500 professors at the top 250 schools pretending to be the students. And they...

Open Thread: Was Diversity Important To You When Choosing A College?

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Growing up in New Jersey afforded me the opportunity to live and breathe diversity. Whether it was hearing different Caribbean accents, African languages, watching people walk to synagogue (or driving and walking half way) or even learning about the cultural differences with Latin countries, there...