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Calling out White women who want our rhythm and not our blues

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Using astrology to understand Doja Cat’s rise in stardom

The rapper’s star chart explains a lot about her creativity, beauty, and unapologetic expression of the feminine (Photo credit: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for RCA)


Megan Thee Stallion challenges men by living her truth

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20 years after its release, Aaliyah’s self-titled final album remains a testament to her creativity, self-confidence, and all the wonder her career held.

Aaliyah’s self-titled album cover.


Body Shaming Lizzo highlights society’s attempts to define femininity through Eurocentric standards

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In “The Monster I am Today: Leontyne Price and a Life in Verse,” Author Kevin Simmonds pens an ode of poetry and prose to the operatic grand dame.

Soprano Leontyne Price as Cleopatra in “Antony and Cleopatra” at the Met in New York City. September 1966. (Photo by Jack Mitchell/Getty Images

“What struck me most was her fleeting comment about ‘the monster that I am today.’”

I first saw her in a 1984 United Negro College Fund commercial. Instead of Black educational promise portrayed through the familiar visuals of a young Black actor and his respectable, hard-working parents―reliably fortified by the…

“All For You” evokes the sexiness of summer and the thrill of new beginnings.

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