Can You Black Men PUH-LEEZE Keep Black Women Out Ya Beefs

Black Millennials

“That’s why I fucked your bitch, you fat muthafucka!”

This was Tupac’s opening lyric in one of the most notorious diss records in hip hop history, “Hit ‘Em Up.” Considered an iconic staple in hip hop culture, the song was a brutal takedown of East Coast rival Biggie Smalls. The line referred to then wife Faith Evans, a Black songstress whose vocals revolutionized modern R&B.

As much as I love Tupac, his usage of misogynoir to smear a Black man is a bloodcurdling and longstanding reminder that, in hip hop culture, Black women are often the vehicles with which Black men attack one another.

50 Cent’s beef with Rick Ross highlights this vicious motif. The Queens born rapper was ordered to pay the mother of Rick Ross’ child,Lastonia Leviston, an estimated $5 – 7 million after he released a sex tape in an effort to humiliate her, and by extension…

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11 Office Rules to Follow to Keep You From Getting Fucked Up

This is pretty much how I felt when I worked in corporate America…


  1. If you see me on the fucking phone, GO AWAY!

I have had too many coworkers come to my desk while I’m on the phone, make eye contact, and then start talking. Oh, so fuck what I’m talking about, huh? NO! If you see me on the phone, don’t assume it’s a person call. And even if it is a personal call – honestly, it probably is – you don’t interrupt. Send me an email or come back with your rude ass.

  1. If you see me coming, hold the god damned elevator.

Listen, I know some of you be in a rush to get upstairs, but that’s no excuse for being a dick. The four seconds you have to wait for me to get to the elevator will not make a difference. And if I see your ass push the close button when I’m hustling to the elevator, I will…

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On Bigotry & Discounts

The Claudia Chronicles

Away with your bullshitA colleague recently published a post that is full of bullshit. I won’t name her because I don’t feel like being that petty right now. My main pet peeve, before I even started working as an escort, is this belief that “the market” gets to dictate and reaffirm bigotry and racism in the demimonde and since it’s “the market” that it is above criticism and reproach.


Hiding your bigotry and your love for the status quo (because it works out for you to the detriment of others) behind “the market” is cowardly crap. I was a business major for three years* and I know enough libertarians to have nothing but disgust for the worship of “the market” by those who benefit from it the most. Sure, “the market” may say that thin, white, cissexual, female escorts under 30 are the most valuable/get to charge more for their time but anyone who…

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20 Reasons To F*** A Horseback Rider

Well, it’s rodeo time again!  The festivities kicked off here in Vegas on DEC 3rd and will continue til DEC 12.  I’m having a hell of a good time & have been visiting different venues all week.  The after parties have been super fun; I have never seen so many good-lookin’ men in one place in my life!  Except for last year at this time…

It’s not too late to join in the festivities:


I’ll leave ya’ll with a little humor as to why a woman who rides is an enviable notch on your bedpost…

1. We have 4 speeds and many positions.
2.  We wear tight pants and tall boots.
3. We love getting dirty.
4. We know how to ride our mounts.
5. We perform well with animals.
6. We like to be in control.
7. We’ll ride it for hours.
8. We know how to handle a big girth.
9. We get off easy.
10. We’re always on top.
11. We like it rough.
12. We have our legs spread all day long.
13. We love using whips.
14. Straddling is our natural position.
15. We don’t mind being bucked around.
16. Endurance riders do it longer.
17. We can ride standing or sitting.
18. We think the fast ones are the most fun.
19. We’re used to having hands between our legs.
20. If we fall off, we get back on and ride harder.



When I was six years old, I gave my first blowjob.
“It’s a game”, said He. “Don’t you want to play?”
It was too big, and I threw up on him.
He said I’d do better the next time.

When I was seven years old, I watched a group of fellow second graders cheer as a boy in my class tried to kiss me. He hugged me from behind, giggling all the while.
I threw sand in his eyes, and was sent to the Principal.

When I was eight years old, I had an elderly teacher ask me to stay behind in class. He carried me on his shoulders, and called me pretty.
“Teacher’s Pet!” my friends declared, the envy visible on their faces.
They ignored me at lunch that day.

When I was nine years old, an older girl on the school bus would ask me to lift…

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Happy 4th of July! [On Freedom, Terrorism & Justice]

One thing that’s on my mind with today being the 4th of July: the actions taken by colonists in America to free themselves from British tyranny were terrorist in nature,  according to the dictionary definition of terrorism.

(ter·ror·ism ˈterəˌrizəm/Submit
the use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims.)

This is not a debatable opinion, it is so. I find it hypocritical that so many people who proclaim “Happy 4th of July!” and say they are proud Americans judge those members of our society who protest openly, speak out and civilly disobey to show their discontent with the state of affairs in this country. Rights are never freely given. People have to fight for them, and more importantly people have to DIE for them. Society has to be disrupted to a great degree for things to change.

Those who benefit most from maintaining the status quo are without conscience, no matter the time in history that we’re discussing. That 1% doesn’t give a fuck about you, me or anybody else that isn’t one of the elite. This attitude has nothing to do with political parties; that’s just a dog and pony show to keep you busy. If you are pointing the finger at people who are causing a ruckus and drawing attention to injustice in America, you should be proud of your fellow Americans. That is, unless you think freedom, justice and equality are only for certain people, in which case you need to ‪#‎checkyourprivilege‬

Four New Ways To “Do” Sin City [June 2015 Edition]

Viva Las Vegas

Whether you’re a Vegas virgin or long-time repeat visitor, you can never know about too many interesting diversions & secrets the city holds.  According to the Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority, the average visitor in 2014 spent 4.2 days and 3.2 nights here, and who comes to Sin City for a boring time?  You could have stayed home for that!  Here are 4 absolutely delightful ways to enjoy YOUR Vegas vacation (aside from seeing moi, that is)

  • STAY: VIP check-in/VIP arrival @ Vdara – Transportation from McCarran to Vdara, check in as early as 11 a.m. and more perks.
  • DINE: Visit Julian Serrano’s Lago (Bellagio) – Try the Rosso Bellini; it features a caramel nest cradling a golden raspberry.
  • TAN:  Catch some rays during the Sensation Pool Party @ Monte Carlo (12-5, Fri-Sun) – Enjoy games, DJ’s and the lazy river.
  • IMBIBE: Enjoy over 100 varieties of brown spirits, play interactive games or shoot pool 24 hrs/day in an upscale setting @ Whiskey Down (MGM Grand)


Vegas For Newbies

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Vegas Events

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Vegas Transportation

FREE Vegas Visitor’s Guide (Hard copy avail in U.S. & Canada)

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Source: L.A. Times (Susan Stapleton), LVCVA