For You, Netizen – Black History Month, Beyonce’, underpants on head. what a week.

For You, Netizen – Black History Month, Beyonce’, underpants on head. what a week. February 10, 2013

netizen |ˈnetəzən|


a user of the Internet, esp. a habitual or avid one.


In celebration of Black History Month…


A picture is certainly worth a thousand words. What better way to celebrate Black History Month than by taking a moment to acknowledge the snapshots of time that represent the struggle and triumph of African-Americans through the years?

As part of our Black History Month coverage, we will be featuring one photo a day that honors years of groundbreaking achievements within the black community. These photos bring tears to our eyes, instill pride in our hearts and motivate us to carry on the legacy of strength and perseverance.

From Huff Post Black Voices: Photo of the Day


The one that reminds me of how we have come…

On this day, as we continue our Black History Month celebrations, we remember Delano Middleton, Sam Hammond, and Henry Smith. Their sacrifice lives on as an important reminder of how long and winding the road toward freedom and equality is in the United States of America.

The Orangeburg Massacre Remembered in Black History


The one that made me think a little bit deeper than usual on matters of sexuality…

One: the Superbowl is just as inauthentic and showy as the Superbowl halftime show. You’ve got muscular men wearing massive padding and skintight reveal-every-ripple spandex running around, dancing, tackling, chest bumping, and more. This is just as much flaunted power and sexuality as the dancing and costuming of the women performing at halftime.

Two: Why are we more comfortable with displays of masculinity and sexuality than we are with displays of femininity and sexuality? Why do we not have a problem watching football with our kids, but we attack and belittle the halftime show. Why is female sexuality so offensive? Why is male sexuality NOT offensive?

What Beyonce’s Halftime Show Reveals about the Evangelical Love/Hate Relationship with Human Sexuality


The most helpful…

What to Read for Black History Month for Every Age.


My Most Liked Instagram Pic…


The hubz texted me this pic while I was on gone to a staff retreat in NYC.  It delighted my soul.


The Pinterest Pin that made me smile…

56596ff7122218908d8474291105a0e6I’m incredibly impressed that she got up & dressed to even pose for this pic.  I’ve never met them, but I’m pretty sure I love this family. Image Credit


So.  What’d I miss this week?  I have had such little time for perusing the blogosphere in these last few days.  What’s worthy?



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  • Jerry

    Excellent. The content of your character enhances your skin tone

  • Jennifer Peterson

    Love this and how funny are those pictures??? And HMMM about the super bowl Hmmm:)