Tag: Reality television

The Only Black Women That Matter

Reality TV has devolved into guilty pleasure television, usually at the cost of the characterization of black women. You can choose from many shows that feature a beautiful, loud, big booty black woman who keeps it all the way one hun’ned by cursing you out, beating you down and doing all the things that most women in general deem as… Read more →

Just Play Football Brotha

Michael Sam is about to make history as the first “out” football player in the NFL. Because let’s be honest, he’s not the only gay dude within the organization. And I’m sorry if that fact may have burst your bubble but come on. You didn’t really think that only straight guys play sports did you? The NFL is built on… Read more →

You Are An Obsession

S/N – Pay no mind to all the pictures of Jesse Pinkman. He was requested by today’s Topic commenter Vanessa. Thanks Van 🙂 I can see why you asked me to blog about him. In 1992 my whole 14 year old existence was rocked by a legendary, groundbreaking television show on MTV titled The Real World. The concept was simple;… Read more →

The Responsibility of Fame

“For certain people fame lasts for a moment. For others it lasts for a lifetime. And for the rest it only lasts long enough to destroy them.” -BRRIII As a society we are obsessed with celebrities. We care more about their lives than our own as we go broke trying to emulate their posh lifestyles. We become enamored with who… Read more →

Kiss “reality” Good-Bye

When I get home from work I immediately change the channel to either TvOne or Centric. Mainly because I like to have noise in the background while I’m doing things like cooking or surfing the net, but honestly I tune into those channels because I love, LOVE the old black shows from the 70’s through early 2000’s. Shows like Good… Read more →