Writing at Clutch magazine, Danielle C. Belton wonders, in response to reading that Janet Jackson may have retired from showbiz since her secret marriage to a billionaire, when she'll ever be done with the rat race.
Danielle C. Belton writes in Clutch magazine that if the ladies of Bravo's new reality show, Married to Medicine, want to be respectable, they chose the wrong medium. But luckily, she writes, there's nothing real about any of it.
Clutch magazine's Danielle C. Belton explains why lifelong commitment seems so tough to find these days -- and why it's not for everyone.
Black Snob's Danielle C. Belton checks in on the raging debate surrounding Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg's comments about women holding themselves back at work, arguing that the conversation is more nuanced and should really revolve around promoting better family leave for all workers.
It's no excuse for what he did, says the author. She should know -- she lives with the disease, too.
Writing at Clutch magazine, Danielle C. Belton says that her reaction to the news that the singer didn't sing the national anthem live at the inauguration was "So?" Here's how she categorizes those who had more to say about the incident.
Clutch magazine's Danielle C. Belton begins to explore the other side of the ubiquitous statistics about black marriage.
What's to be done when our buddies come out with statements about African-American women like, "All black women are crazy," XOJane columnist Danielle C. Belton wonders.
Clutch magazine's Danielle C. Belton says that men in New York have been testing her "friendliness" with physical contact that really crosses a line.
Clutch magazine's Danielle C. Belton reviews recent studies that suggest a practical way to increase the odds of finding and keeping a spouse.
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