When I was in a relationship year’s back, I read Steve Harvey’s, “Act like a Lady, Think like a Man”. It seemed like the answers to all the ladies questions and concerns towards guys being guys. Honest as it may seem, why isn’t there a female author giving answers to how we as ladies act and behave toward when we HAVE the guy, but the red flags are waving and we’re blinded? Once the honeymoon phase is over and we, as Steve said, discuss the short and long term goals, and finally move into a serious relationship, how do we know when we’re missing the red flags? I am talking about when we have been with the guy for two and plus years but there are certain signs that give us the feeling like we’re headed into a Ross and Rachel “break”.
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I was born in 1992 where TLC just exploded onto the scene with their creative and empowering first single: “What about your friends?” I listened to it now and the chorus and message has given me a new insight to how we select and choose our “friends” in our social media accounts and in our real daily life. The chorus is simply sung: “What about your friends? Will they stand their ground? Will they let you down again? What about your friends? Are they gonna be low down? Will they ever be around? Or will they turn their backs on you?” This simple chorus grew questions onto how we in this day and age are fooled to what “friends” we have in our lives. It seemed to draw me into a simple question. What is a friend? How do we define it?
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When you first look at this picture, you see this woman with these baggy clothes and hair almost covering her face. I was surprised to hear this same woman open her mouth and almost an angelic singing voice coming out that was blended with a hip hop beat. Through the 90's, Aaliyah was this icon that changed the ideal of how women were to be expressed. Not only was she beautiful and had this persona of a tomboy, but she had made music that would remembered wherever she would go; in this world and the next, she would always be called Baby Girl.
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What makes the Spice Girls a cultural phenomenon is the fact that aside from the other groups at the time, including NSYNC and the Backstreet Boys, there was an all girl group that shook the world for a more positive and female dominating world towards music. Only a short period of time and this girl group changed the game for women in making a brand and name for themselves.
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