TV relationships: Sex and the City

Television has the tendency to give its viewers an image of an ideal relationship or what it deems to be romantic. We follow someone for several seasons, hoping that he finally lands his crush or the female protagonist actually becomes her own version of Cinderella. It makes us feel good and it gives us hope in …

Dictating politics in romance

I never seriously imagined that personal politics would dictate the outcome to any relationship that I have. Of course, we all have our set criteria that we think is important when it comes to choosing a significant other. Whether it's a great face, great body, good job, a lot of money, if the person comes …

Dating and fake hair

I had my first weave experience, and I really have no idea how girls do it. It's heavy, gives you headaches, you have to make sure your track isn't showing, and really it's just not appealing in the dating world. Let me explain. Being a color-head that I once was, I used to bleach my …

Everyone else got married, and I got a cat

This past weekend was an ideal scene out of Sex and the City. I had a typical girly couple of days off: enjoyed my free time, hung out with some friends, and I even got a cat. It was great; I really got to love spending time with myself until Sunday night rolled around and …

Non-commitment committals

Just to keep it open, all of my blog posts are a reflection of my views and experiences on modern-day dating. Many of which actually happen to either me or close friends without any fabrication. Why be so honest, you may ask? Well, for one, in many cases, men are evil. And two, it allows …