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Loving Your Reflection: Loving the Skin You’re in Fashion Show

Loving Your Reflection is a performance agency that hosts several body positive shows and events throughout Pittsburgh. This year, founder of Loving Your Reflection, Danielle Jackson Thorn, hosted an impeccable fashion show and performance called Loving the Skin You’re In, and it was filled with body love, shameless sexual expression, and the triumph that comes … Continue reading Loving Your Reflection: Loving the Skin You’re in Fashion Show

Introducing The Queenpin PGH

Since the beginning of time as original people, Black women have been the refuge the world needs. We have given life to the nations, only to have ours taken away. We have held it down, only to be let go of once we are no longer needed. We have been the backbone of nearly every … Continue reading Introducing The Queenpin PGH

Why I am STILL Boycotting the NFL

It’s been a full two seasons since I’ve watched my beloved Steelers play. Ben is nearing retirement, Antonio Brown was apparently uninvited to the Pro Bowl, and I guess now the Kardashians have something to do with it? As much as it breaks my heart to miss them Burgh boys barely miss the playoffs and … Continue reading Why I am STILL Boycotting the NFL

Fashion Highlight: Farath Rap, Danielle Luckett and Let Me Live, LLC

Y’all know I’m always on the lookout for fashion brands owned by black women and women of color. Well, last month I had the opportunity to sit and chat with Farath Raphael and Danielle Luckett, the founders and owners of Let Me Live, LLC. LML is an appropriately named sports fashion brand with a strong … Continue reading Fashion Highlight: Farath Rap, Danielle Luckett and Let Me Live, LLC

What Christmas Means to Me

I must admit that although it has been increasingly hard to celebrate the holidays in recent years, I love Christmas. I love Christmas because my mom loves Christmas and always makes the home and environment so warm and loving. Most of my love for this holiday comes from childhood traditions like helping my mom make … Continue reading What Christmas Means to Me

Fashion Highlight: Glendine Mason and CayJor Boutique

Y’all know I love highlighting black woman and WOC owned businesses, so when I had the opportunity to learn more about style guru Glendine Mason and her clothing store, Cayjor Boutique, I jumped at the chance—especially since she’s having a pop-up event this Black Friday weekend! Photo by @sbyr_photography Two years ago, Glendine Mason decided … Continue reading Fashion Highlight: Glendine Mason and CayJor Boutique

Nov 6th is Election Day, Go Vote

Honestly, this post is just to reiterate the importance of voting, especially right now. No fancy rhetoric or agenda; just basic common decency and the act of doing the right thing. I put together a little guide to break down the details and hopefully answer all of your poll questions. Walk like you have 1,000 … Continue reading Nov 6th is Election Day, Go Vote