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About Our Love

God Gave Me A Second Chance With My Soul Mate

About Our Love
Tre and Maia nuzzle each other.

About Our Love: Why I Waited Five Years to Marry My College Sweetheart

For me marriage symbolizes a step toward a future. And of course I believe in non-conventional relationships, but I always wanted a wife. When I met mine, I really was partly afraid I would lose someone so important to me without making that grand gesture. Another part of me wanted to show her how serious I was about being just as important in her life. We were engaged for five years and much to my chagrin I wanted to speed up that process.
Dating
Melissa Henry is a football player with the London Warriors AFC.

20 Winning Relationship Tips Black Lesbian Couples Can Learn From The Super Bowl

Every January or February millions of Americans gather around their TVS to watch the Super Bowl. This year is extra special because it’s the golden anniversary of the game. Super Bowl 50 is a big freaking deal. And if you’re a black lesbian who expects your relationship to last past 50 days, 50 weeks or 50 months, here are some great relationship tips to steal from the big game:
Health & Spirituality
Ayesha and Cicely model their healthy new bodies.

Eight Years After Falling in Love With Her, My Wife Has Changed

I remember getting my gallbladder removed on December 25, 2010. It was a horribly painful experience, but it was the best Christmas gift I ever got. After that, I was determined to change my eating habits. My wife, Cicely, and I had been thinking about becoming vegetarians. After watching several documentaries that exposed the cruel environments that the animals lived in, that was it for us. We never looked back. Changing our eating habits was merely part of the battle. Our ultimate goal was to completely change our lifestyle—mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually.
How To
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Seven Ways Black Lesbian Couples Can Dream Big

Everybody has dreams. When I was a kid, I dreamed of being a neurologist who would moonlight as an opera singer on the weekends. And as every kid experiences, my dreams changed over the years, and I bet your dreams have changed too. As we ease into adulthood, we simply stop “dreaming” up big dreams. My big adult dream was to get married, but shortly after my wife and I got married this past September, I realized that I, too, had stopped dreaming big. Here are seven ways that we dream big as a black lesbian couple.
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