TONIGHT: True Love, Cheating & #Scandal: The Panel Discussion & Social Mixer

We’re at it again! Tonight, at Cause – PhilantroPub, Alorie Clark is having yet another panel discussion and mixer on dating & relationships. Tonight’s topic is Love & Cheating and don’t we just love that topic?! Whether it is from a personal experience or observation from that popular show that all y’all watch, Scandal, we’re […]

Stay Away From White People on Halloween

I’m not sure many of you are aware of All Def Digital, it’s Russ Simmon’s new venture to provide comedy sketches online. If you saw the Harriet Tubman sex tape… that’s All Def Digital (ADD). Anyway, these guys raise a good point about staying away from white people on Halloween. You know what? I am […]

Girl Talk: I Refuse To Call Myself “Light-Skinned”

(VIA) When you grow up in a relatively small town in suburban New Jersey, being the only person of color in your class, you’d understand why I had no idea that other members of my race consider me “light-skinned.” Where I grew up, there was no such thing. You were either black, white, Spanish or […]

Dating in the Digital Age: A Panel Discussion and Social Mixer in DC w/ Dr. J as panelist

In the past few months, i’ve been frequently asked to speak on how technology is affecting dating and relationships. I am no expert but I have thoughts. I’m actually a huge fan of online dating and believe that while new technology poses threats to traditional views, it’s not necessarily a bad thing. Tomorrow, (Wednesday, March […]

New NYC Teen Pregnancy Prevention Ads Got People Mad

I always have mixed feelings about teen pregnancies. I’m not going to throw my foot all the way to the back of my mouth but I will speak on a few things as carefully as I can with respect to how I feel about the topic. I believe that children should be given the best […]

Domestic Violence – An Indiscriminate Social Affair

Today’s post is a guest post from Katherine, a member of Omega Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. SBM has decided to become an official sponsor/partner of the Ray of Hope Walk coming up on October 28th, 2012. SBM feels that in addition to providing content on the urban male perspective to our readers via our website […]

Happy Labor Day! Crack some crabs or crash a BBQ!

SBM will be back tomorrow with a big share of content for you… in the meantime between time, do something crazy. – Dr. J

Please Support: DC Lady Bloggers Presents…The Artist Hour

Every now and then you need a change of pace from the blogger meetups dominated by discussions around dating and relationships. This is something different and definitely worth checking out. Come out, meet new people, and take in some good art while you’re doing it. Please support. ~ Dr. J The Artist Hour, is an […]

Why Are So Many Black Men Single: A Different Take on an Old Topic

  Today at 7:15 PM  I’ll be on “The Daily Drum” which broadcasts locally in Washington DC on WHUR 96.3 & nationally on H.U.R. Voices Sirius XM Channel 141 to have a conversation on “ Why Are So Many Black Men Single.” If you have time, please check me out. Before going on the show, […]

Editor’s Note: For New Bloggers, When Copying Snippets Isn’t Enuf

As you’ve seen by now, there’s a lot going on at SBM. We’re adding new writers, trying out new things with content, and striving to provide a myriad of perspective on topics we think you’d find interesting and useful. We’ve learned and grown a lot over the last year, which has brought us a completely […]

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