Ever heard someone blame their break-up on Facebook? Or their most recent fight with a friend over an instagram post they took the wrong way? Or someone claiming Pinterest made them file for bankruptcy? If you’re logged in to the world of social media then you probably have heard these deplorable accusations. But the real question is, can social media ruin lives? Continue reading “Social Media Really Ruins Lives? “
It’s no secret that good dick can be hard to come by. Many women spend months analyzing men’s feet, hands and even a simple dick picture to try and foreshadow whether or not the sex will actually be worth it. Let me first start off by saying that being dickmitized is nothing to be ashamed of and it’s a condition that happens quite often. Have you ever looked back on a relationship or a potential partner and asked yourself what exactly are they giving me besides good D? Do they have anything else to offer besides good D? Can they even form a simple sentence when they are in a conversation? These are just a couple of questions that should cross your mind.
Being dickmitized will give you a false sense of “love” and longing to make things work with someone even though it may be a dead situation. Though amazing sex is pleasurable and can take your mind away from daily stresses; it is important to not fall into the category of being dickmitized. We all know that being dickmitized never ends in rainbows and sunshine; it usually ruins your life on various levels. Here are 6 Signs that you are Dickmitized
I’m sure Ruth B, formally known as Ruth Berhe, would have never imagined that Vine would turn her into a Pop Star; instantly giving her millions of fans all over social media. Ruth B is a Canadian singer from Edmonton, Alberta and she posted her first video on Vine back in 2013. A year later, she began posting short 6 second clips of her singing covers to popular songs. [ WATCH BELOW]
In today’s dating culture, it is widely debated whether or not a man is expected to pay for the first date. Men are feeling used, after feelings of getting nothing in return for paying for the first date. To get a woman’s attention, is a man really obligated to cough up money on the first initial date in order to be seen as a potential “option” for the woman? If a man refuses to pay for the first date or simply would like to split the bill , is he suddenly banished to the friend zone or listed as an unsaved number? The idea is that if a man takes the time to pay for your meal, [especially if he took you to an expensive restaurant] then sex is expected at the end of the night. Let’s all keep it real, if a man spends $200 on a date, he’s expecting to get some ass at the end of the evening; not a simple kiss on the cheek and a “good night” text. The question is…do women owe this to men? Continue reading “If a Man Pays for a Date…You Owe Him Sex?”
It looks like Kim Kardashian just exposed Taylor Swift on Snap Chat and I must say I would love to see how this plays out. Back in February when Kanye released his album ” The Life of Pablo” he directed some rauchy lyrics towards Taylor in his track “Famous”: “I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex/ Why? I made that bitch famous,” Kanye raps in the song’s opening verse. He goes on, “For all the girls that got dick from Kanye West/ If you see ’em in the streets give ’em Kanye’s bests/ Why? They mad they ain’t famous/ God damn/ They mad they’re still nameless.”
Now this would be pretty insulting if Kanye didn’t already have Taylor’s approval to release the track, despite the lyrics, Right? Around this time one of Taylor’s representatives released the following statement: “Kanye did not call for approval, but to ask Taylor to release his single ‘Famous’ on her Twitter account. She declined and cautioned him about releasing a song with such a strong misogynistic message. Taylor was never made aware of the actual lyric, ‘I made that bitch famous”…..
After I nearly had a heart attack and a stroke simultaneously during the Warriors VS Cavaliers final game, social media was split with support for LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and Steph Curry. As I stumbled across crying LeBron memes and the awkward silence from Ayesha Curry on Twitter……I found Rihanna on Instagram trolling Steph Curry and being overly supportive of her “bae”, LeBron. Let us not forget that LeBron has been married to his high school sweetheart, Savannah, since 2013 and they have three children together. How does an openly single woman in Hollywood have the audacity to call a married man “BAE”, joke or not via social media. If your man was approached by an attractive woman, like Rihanna, would you give him a hall pass to cheat?
Yesterday, D’Angelo Russell of the Los Angeles Lakers received a lot of backlash on social media after he recorded a video of a private conversation he had with his NBA teammate Nick Young.The video shows Russell asking Young questions about other women and Young’s confession to cheating. It is publically known that Nick Young is engaged to Australian rapper, Iggy Azalea, and now it appears that those wedding plans are up in the air. It is unclear how the video made its way to social media,however, all fingers point to Russell. Why record a conversation that was obviously meant to remain private?
For those of you who do not know, Twitter erupted yesterday after R&B singer/songwriter, Kehlani was publically accused of cheating on her NBA boyfriend Kyrie Irving with her musician ex boyfriend PartyNextDoor. Of course social media made the situation ten times worse and Kehlani was called a whore. Men from all points of the earth came together in a unified chant, “this is why I don’t trust women”! All in all, if Kim Kardashian ” two divorces, sex tape, extensive slut shaming ” has never publically attempted suicide what made Kehlani feel that this was the only way. Why Kehlani?
What Lead Kehlani Too This Point ??
Most of us have been through a significant break up within our lives and in today’s society , breakups are seen as a race. We race to see who will move on first and there’s always a competition on social media to see who will be the “pettiest”. I personally love the couples that post faithfully about their relationship every week. They never miss a WCW or a MCM post. They are committed to posting their fancy dinner dates and basic relationship memes that remind us that we are missing out on their picture perfect union and love. Then all of a sudden, the posts stop! That’s when I know that things have hit the fan, and the posts about how they’re finding themselves and how they will patiently wait for the “right one” begin. This is the turning point, where I know the plot will thicken and social media pettiness will be at an all time high. So I brace myself….Celebrities aren’t the only people that enjoy putting their business on social media for the world to see.
65 million followers and counting on instagram is enough power to inflict some real evil on the world, or in Kim Kardashian’s case, it’s just another opportunity to break the internet. Sure we love scrolling through our feed and seeing that our favorite celebrities have blessed us yet again with another glimpse into their every day life; but when someone like Kim Kardashian posts a naked selfie why all the uproar (Chloe Moretz and Bette Middler)? Here’s why we think some women are intimidated by other women with sex appeal.