Ma'am. You purposely left out when I said there was a stigma from racist stereotypes about black masculinity that shape the way black gay men are viewed by others in society black, white, or otherwise. If you're going to quote or comment what I said quote all of it. I didn't say white gay men don't have issues with being considered masculine. I just presented the fact that there is intersectionality and a host of stereotypes that white gay men do not have to deal with. Period.
RHOBH sounds like it's been really good judging by the online comments. I've been working so much I haven't seen anything since the premiere. Ugh! I think I need to binge watch this weekend. When does the reunion air?
There is a different type of homophobia in the black community that is rooted in racist stereotypes in what it means to be a black man and masculine. White gay men do not have the same issues as black gay men.
This show is not that good anymore, it's watchable but I was in the corner shaking like a junkie waiting for every Wednesday night.
The ratings are still huge though. The mid season premiere got a 4.8 Adult 18-49 ratings, towering over everything on broadcast television.
I don't agree with this and I don't see it as a conspiracy theory. Bernie is not a Democrat, and he has not built up the camaraderie and connections in the DNC that Hillary has. Many people in the DNC owe Hillary their endorsements because she has contributed to their campaigns, and have endorsed them. I'm not a Bernie voter either, it's just the plain truth. The DNC have every reason to want Hillary to win the election over Bernie and I'm not even upset about it. He wasn't a Democrat until last year, and if he loses will go back to being an Independent. The DNC is not worried about him.
I think it will be Julian Castro. Maybe Cory Booker, but I think she will have African Americans on lock if she continues to hang onto Obama and an Obama endorsement will send her over the top. She may even have a chance in states like North Carolina and Virginia. @Nothin But Attitude --- Obama's loss in the 2012 general election in Georgia was by single digits. Blacks are the majority in the top 5 cities in the state and the surrounding counties, and there is a pocket of heavily black (Also poor and suffering from neglect smh) areas in middle and South Georgia that could make the difference. If Democrats paid attention to us the way they do Ohio and Florida, Georgia could be a light blue state or purple state at the LEAST. Georgia (blacks) and Texas (Hispanics) are the only "Deep South" state that could be turned. Hillary better pick Castro and attack Texas HARD. Especially if Trump's racist behind wins the GOP nom.
I can't wait for Super Tuesday. I made sure I had the day off and everything. I'm excited for the Texas GOP Primary and the Dem primaries in Oklahoma and Massachusetts.
Hillary murdrered Bernie in South Carolina last night. What many fail to understand is blacks are for the most part center-moderates. Name recognition had a lot to do with it but at the end of the day black Southerners are not as liberal and free thinking as Bernie's constituents in New England. Hillary even won among black millennials. I expect him to do slightly better in Georgia (it is much more diverse than SC) and he will be killed in Alabama.
The Real Housewives of Dallas is here to prove that even the drama is bigger in Texas. Giddy up, RHOD is coming your way on Monday, April 11 at 10 p.m. on Bravo. Cary Deuber, Tiffany Hendra, Stephanie Hollman, LeeAnne Locken,Brandi Redmond and their friend Marie Reyes take Real Housewives to the Lone Star State with big egos, big hats and even bigger attitude. Like all Real Housewives shows, there's a pecking order in place with pedigree and status involved. You know what happens when old-money meets new-money meets no-money. Get a sneak peek at the drama in the exclusive preview below. Don't let the sweet Southern accents fool you, these ladies don't mince words. Here's what you need to know about the ladies:
Cary Deuber is an East Coast girl, hailing from Connecticut before spending her childhood in Ohio and making her way to Texas. A certified registered nurse's first assistant, Cary has gone on medical mission trips in third world countries. She lives and works in Dallas with her plastic surgeon husband Dr. Mark Deuber and maintains her own aesthetic injectable practice. She's also a mom to a baby daughter and step-mom to two kids. Tiffany Hendra, a veteran actress, host and model, moved back to Texas to be closer to her family. Now she's reconnecting with best friend LeeAnne Locken and working with philanthropic organizations including Angels of East Africa, a group dedicated to the rescue of orphaned children in need. She's been married to Australian rocker Aaron for 12 years and Bravo notes she has a "troubling past" from her time in the limelight. Classic Real Housewives. LeeAnne Locken, a former Miss USA Pageant competitor, has had several parts in TV and movies and now leads efforts for several charitable organizations in Dallas.
Stephanie Hollman hails from Oklahoma. Described as "the girl next door," Stephanie is the mom to two boys. According to Bravo, for Stephanie to make her own money, her husband, Travis, writes up a list of chores for her to do while he's away on business. Brandi Redmond, a former Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader, is a dedicated Texan. She married her high-school sweetheart Bryan and is the full-time mom to two young girls. Her husband is away on business, so Brandi focuses a lot on charity work and spends time with BFF Stephanie. Marie Reyes, a friend to the Housewives, is also involved in the Dallas charity scene. She's an RN who owns and operates SkinSpaMED. Be sure to come back to E! News for more from The Real Housewives of Dallas. The show premieres Monday, April 11 at 10 p.m. on Bravo.
IDK how to embed but there's a mini trailer in the link http://www.eonline.com/news/738873/forget-the-big-hair-it-s-big-drama-when-the-real-housewives-of-dallas-premieres-on-bravo-meet-the-cast
I am here for it. I am bored to tears with all of the franchises, so I will be tuned into this.
This b-tch can still vote?
Can we get into how good Sheree looked in the scenes she went to catch up with NeNe and played runtelldat to Kenya. Her body, outfit, and head piece were everything. I wonder why she's back with Bob's big ass. Cynthia is a damn mess. "Are you done? Peter's calling me right now." Chile.... the rest of this season will be pretty interesting. And not Sheree telling Tootie that the girls think her man likes men. They know they should have given her a peach.