Laverne Cox

An in-depth essay in the Antioch College Review turns the tables on the Transgender debate and illuminates the liberal media’s attempt to normalize sexual disorders.

The comprehensive article, titled “The Sacred Androgen: The Transgender Debate” by Daniel Harris, starts off by acknowledging transgenders need protection under the law because their mental and emotional deficits “do not strip them of their humanity.”

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Funky Dineva

Social media is an untapped source of gullible women who are willing to pay a rumored crackhead $100 to hear him teach them how to live like a rich white woman off other people’s coins.

Thank goodness there are YouTubers like Alexander Rodgers to set those women straight.

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Bruce Jenner Dr Michael Brown

Yesterday I read an excellent article by Dr. Michael Brown regarding former Olympian Bruce Jenner’s televised revelation that he is a cross dresser.

Dr. Brown, a theologian who holds a Ph.D and teaches in several seminaries, was dragged unmercifully on Twitter.com for saying Bruce Jenner is not a woman.

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Catcalls

Last week a viral video stirred heated debate about men’s first amendment rights and women’s rights to feel safe while walking down the street. The race-baiting video featured an average looking Caucasian woman sauntering down the seedier side of NYC for 10 hours while receiving over 100 catcalls and wolf whistles from black and Hispanic men.

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Janay Rice tweets

Ray Rice’s long-suffering wife Janay Rice is a trending topic on social media giant Twitter.com. Janay posted a response on her private Instagram page blaming the media and public opinion for her husband’s indefinite suspension from the NFL on Monday.

Typical of most women who suffer from battered women syndrome, Janay wrote: “No one knows the pain that the media & unwanted [opinions] has caused my family. To make us relive a moment in our lives that we regret every day is a horrible thing.”

Janay’s statement didn’t go over so well with women on social media, who criticized her harshly for staying and defending her abuser.

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Ray Rice and Janay Palmer

Ray Rice‘s long-suffering wife Janay Palmer responded to his termination from the Baltimore Ravens in typical battered woman fashion — by blaming others for his downfall.

Palmer, 26, posted a message on her private Instagram account on Monday, just hours after Rice’s contract was terminated.

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Puff Daddy

Influential hip hop mogul Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs was instrumental in helping to bridge the gap between then-Senator Barack Obama and young black voters during the presidential race in 2008.

In an emotional video uploaded to social media yesterday, Mr. Combs requested the president’s presence in Ferguson, Mo.

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Beyonce Tiffany Riddick

Normally Beyonce runs a very tight ship. It is an extremely rare occurrence when an insider breaks rank and speaks to the media about the Beyonce’s inner sanctum. Getting information from behind Beyonce’s iron curtain is like pulling teeth (I know because I’ve tried on numerous occasions).

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Chuck Creekmur Pens Open Letter to Nicki Minaj

Rap idol Nicki Minaj once vowed she would change her crazy, pre-Superbass-era ways. She changed her style, even tossing her wigs and weave extensions aside to embrace her own natural flowing locks.

In an interview, she said:

“I went so far to the other side that there’s only one place to go from there. You can either continue doing costumes or you can just say, ‘Hey guess what? This will shock them even more. Doing nothing will shock them even more.'”

Nicki’s brief social experiment ended with a loud bang when she released the cover for her new single “Anaconda”.

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Beyonce Grammy

I totally agree with a NY Post writer who slammed Jay Z for greenlighting his wife Beyonce’s disgraceful strip tease routine during the 2014 Grammy Awards. Beyonce is a grown woman who should have known better. If she really is such a talented performer, she failed to convince millions of viewers who tuned in to see a show, not a lap dance. Then Jay Z comes out onstage wearing a tuxedo to dance with his wife who is barely dressed. They both looked like idiots.

NY Post writer Naomi Schaefer Riley summed it up best when she wrote: “What do you call a man who stands there smiling and singing as his scantily clad wife straddles a chair and shakes her rear end for other men’s titillation?”

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@Darkerthajenni documents cosmetic surgeries on Instagram

Jenni Bricks

Documenting breast implants and liposuction surgeries online is nothing new, but rarely do you see a black woman being so open about cosmetic surgery.

Most women who can afford to leave the country for expensive cosmetic surgeries keep their friends in the dark about how they got their new curves. Whether due to vanity or shame, they return from their “vacation” to the Dominican Republic with a plethora of lies to explain the weight loss and artificially enhanced breasts and butt (exotic diets, new personal trainer, Yoga, etc.)

@Darkerthajenni documents cosmetic surgeries on Instagram

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Bob Woodson

A speaker at a Republican National Committee luncheon commemorating the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington said issues concerning the gays and immigrants take priority over black people.

Bob Woodson, the head of the Center for Neighborhood Enterprises, blamed black leaders for ignoring the real problems facing blacks in America.

“Everybody has come in front of them on the bus — gays, immigrants, women, environmentalists,” said Woodson. “You never hear any talk about the conditions confronting poor blacks and poor people in general.”

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Riley Cooper

A sports blogger says suspended Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper will never suit up in a NFL uniform again. Cooper, 25, is still feeling the fallout from that N-bomb he dropped during a Kenny Chesney concert last week.

Jay Graves of Baarbershopsports.net theorizes that Cooper is done in the NFL because the balance of power flows from the locker room not from the Philadelphia Eagles front office.

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