Tuesday, July 25, 2017


4 Health Problems African-American Women Face.

Tweet (ThySistas.com) Being a African-American women in today’s society definitely comes with its share of struggles but let me begin by saying I would not change the essence of who we are as magical black women for anything. Still, it is unfortunate that black women are plagued disproportionately with higher incidences or mortality rates for various […]

To Know My Sister is to Respect Her Strength.

Tweet (ThySistas.com) It is very unfortunate that many of us have elders, sisters, and friends that we truly do not know. What we know of these women is surface knowledge at best. Time nor blood relation can teach us the women we walk among. When interacting with women it can be difficult as all want to […]

Let’s Not Play the Villain.

Tweet (ThySistas.com) Sisters it is a fact that brothers have a hand in the state of our community. We know that some of them need to step up, and be fathers to their children. Yes, we have brothers that need to deal with their internal battles so that they are not taking it out on us […]

Embracing Becoming A Woman—Literally!

Tweet (ThySistas.com) Becoming a woman is an everyday job, growing up as a woman means enduring various transitions and changes. While some changes are physical others are mental and emotional, throughout the years of aging you grow and develop. During puberty the hormones in the female body are more active than usual, these hormones signal the […]

Support According to Her Needs.

Tweet (ThySistas.com) One of the best things about having a strong sister circle is knowing you are never alone. This manner of support system is necessary for black women to heal, rise and thrive. Of course, in our circle we may find that we can relate to a sister or two more as they may have […]

Slow Down: You Just Met Him.

Tweet (ThySistas.com) Being single has its perks, but many of us see it as a season on our way to a healthy relationship. There is absolutely nothing wrong with acknowledging one is tired of being single, and ready to start actively dating. With that being said, it is wise to be realistic, and careful. Sound […]

Don’t Turn Your Back on You.

Tweet (ThySistas.com) Life has a way of reminding us that we are vulnerable, and susceptible to pain. There are many different life events that can threaten to change the very fabric of who you are as a woman. Death of close loved ones, physical trauma, illness, divorce and betrayals are just a few of the mountains […]

Every Black Man Doesn’t Hate You.

Tweet (ThySistas.com) Sisters when someone says “every” they are lying. We live in a country whereby the propaganda machine has been created to destroy black love from both sides. None of us have met “every” black man…we don’t even know a quarter of them, and vice versa. The media wants us to believe that black men […]

5 Reasons Why Black Women Need Intentional Community.

Tweet (ThySistas.com) True sisterhood cannot be forced but in an intentional community it is required. An intentional community is a planned residential community designed from the start to have a high degree of social cohesion and teamwork. The members of an intentional community typically hold a common social, political, religious, or spiritual vision and often follow […]

Why do (some) Black women OPENLY settle for being the Side Chick?

Tweet (ThySistas.com) Invention of the word, Side Chick, to reference the woman who is willingly dating or being intimate with a married man is too clean. It has sanitized the realm of being the “other woman”, the whore, bed wench, the adulterer. Makes it seem like an acceptable title for someone to have or aspire to […]

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