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“Twerking and Jerking” What’s with this booty popping craze? Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


Miley Cyrus has the media all abuzz and folks just can’t seem to stop talking about her “twerking rendition” on the VMA’s last week.

As Cyrus took to lap dancing Robin Thicke’s crotch onstage, onlookers were shocked and seemingly surprised that the once innocent Hanna Montana, seemed to be totally turned out for raunchiness. Between the crotch popping twerking and her 15 inch tongue sticking out her mouth, I don’t know which annoyed me the most.


Now you-tube is on fire with “how to” videos on twerking, while other media outlets are speaking from which this disgraceful gyrating derived.

My thing is this, why is this dance so seemingly popular when it is both degrading and vulgar? Popping your rectum from strong points of the pelvis is not dignified nor is it a proper display of self-respect in public.

I personally don’t think the dance is suitable nor do I consider it a form of art such as; ballet, Latin or jazz.

join me tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah” via “Conversations Live” as I will be taking your phone calls and opinions on the air about this dance craze twerking, at 1-347-426-3645, press “1″ to speak to the host!

You can access the show at any of the Conversations links in this post and right here!

In the meantime, sound off here and I’ll see you on the air!

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“Defining a Sistah’s self-worth” ~ Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


When we’ve been hurt and disappointed, we automatically lock ourselves in a box for protection, shunning out those parts of our-lives that are susceptible to be hurt again. We swear off relationships and throw away any chance of true love and fidelity as a reality. We’ll allow one huge mistake, regret or experience to determine our destiny in life going forward.

But isn’t it sad to stop living and believing all because you give consent to your past to manipulate and define your future? 

I know many women who have settled for less, and simply “accepted” the cards dealt because deep down inside, they don’t believe they deserve more. I’m sure you know of someone who seems to have it all together in their life, but when it comes to relationships, they just can’t seem to shake the hurt they’ve been dealt in the past or seem to repeat over and over again.

Don’t you feel you deserve the best your purpose has to offer in every aspect of your life? And that includes love and the right relationships.

Join me tonight at 8:00 PM on “Conversations Of A Sistah” via “Conversations Live” as I discuss “Defining a Sistah’s self-worth“.

Access the show here and I’ll meet you on the air!!!

As usual sound off here!!

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“Ending The Father’s Absence” Tonight on “Conversation Of A Sistah”

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The plight of the African-American culture is the absentee father. Those father’s missing in the household with those mother’s who’ve fathered their children or those males who do not co-parent with the women they’ve procreated children. Children need to see father’s active in their lives, male children specifically and this is quite evident in the lack of male participation from black fathers in our communities. Black women always take on the leadership role for solving problems that plague black America.

If the black man is absent, he is either incarcerated, un-interested, slothful or angry. While the plight of black America cover a broad spectrum of issues, such as; fatherhood, religion, single parent families, crime and black males in prison; where is the black man’s perspective on these issues?

With Father’s Day coming up this Sunday (June 16th) and being the highlight this month, it’s raining Men on “Conversations Of A Sistah”.

Join me tonight June 12, 2013 at 8:00 PM as I’m joined by my special guest, Mr. Kenneth L. Osborne (pictured above), Director of Risk Reduction Services for the Tennessee Department of Correction, former Warden of Sheridan Correctional Center in Chicago, Illinois and Author of When Mama is Daddy: The Male Crisis and Challenge of Ending Father Absence.

You can access the show via “Conversations Live” or any of the “Conversations links” in this email.

We ask that you send all topic related questions to the show at 

See you on the air!

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When The Biological Clock Ticks And you get Tricked! Tonite on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


We as humans allow time to dictate our biological processes. We have to have children and be married before the age of 25 or 30. We want to be happily married and fully established by the age of 50. All of these mental pressures determine our decisions instead of us allowing God to naturally perfect theses developments.

When life’s major decisions are carried out according to man and society, mistakes are made and then regrets ensue. Temporary insanity affects our decision-making because the world defines it one way, when God’s plan is completely different.

Being desperate and determined to make things happen according to your plan and not God’s, equals you being tricked into making all the wrong decisions in the long run.

Join me Wednesday April 10, 2013 at 8:00 PM on “Conversations Of A Sistah” on “Conversations Live” as I discuss being tricked as the result of these biological pressures.

As always you can email me your questions and comments regarding my topic at

You can access the show at any of the “Conversations links” in this post or quickly access the show right here!

And I’ll meet you on the air!  🙂

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Women who’ve changed the game! Tonite on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


As we start our month-long celebration commemorating Women’s History month, I will discuss women who’ve changed the game; women who’ve contributed much to our history using their talents and greatness. Some of these women sacrificed much, as they’ve paved the way for others. Women’s History is my topic of discussion for tonight, Wednesday March 6, 2013 at 8:00 PM on Conversations Of A Sistah.

Coco Channel, Dr., Mae C. Jameson, Amelia Earhart, Rosa Parks and Maya Angelou just to name a few, are women who have done great things to contribute to women’s history by changing the course in history in making a difference.

So join me tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah” on “Conversations Live” as I delve into this topic and add my two cents with great commentary.

Are you doing great things to change the course of history? As usual send us your comments and/or questions to the show at:

Follow any of the  Conversations” links in this post to access the show and I’ll meet you on the air!