Come Be Apart of SIHLE!!!

Come Be Apart of SIHLE!!!

Sisters Informing Healing Living and Empowering  (SIHLE) WE ARE CURRENTLY LOOKING FOR——>>>>>>YOUNG BLACK/LATINO GIRLS AGES 14-18 TO JOIN A PROGRAM FOR 4 DAYS AT:   WIDNER LIBRARY 2808 W. Lehigh Ave. Philadelphia,PA THE PROGRAM IS FREE—>>>FREE—>>>FREE The Philadelphia SIHLE Project, a program of Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC), is a healthy lifestyles workshop for black teen girls ages 14 to 18. We focus on reducing HIV sexual risk behaviors, improving personal communication, identifying & maintaining healthy relationships and promoting gender & ethnic pride. WHEN JOINING THIS PROGRAM YOU WILL GET…

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Colorism: Light vs. Dark

Colorism: Light vs. Dark

The Brown Paper Bag Test. Are you familiar with it? It is a discriminatory method that was designed with the mere purpose of segregating African American individuals based solely on their skin complexion. If your skin tone was lighter than the paper bag, it was presumed you were more attractive. If you were darker than the paper bag, you were deemed unattractive. Although the idea of a bag determining what persons are appealing and good-looking is completely absurd, the notion is still present in today’s society. For instance, look at…

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Why Do Young Girls & Young Women Aim to Be Exclusive So Early?

Why Do Young Girls & Young Women Aim to Be Exclusive So Early?

I posed this question in various social media groups:  Why Do Young Girls and Young Women Aim to Be Exclusive So Early? Why does a 15 year old or even a 20 year old need to be in a monogamous relationship? Are you even ready for what that means at that age? Do boys/young men want the same? While I appreciate the answers below, I’d like to know what our TheHypeTVShow’s blog readers think!  Personally, I believe young women and girls want exclusive relationships so early because they have not…

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Rikers Island Will Have A Unit For Transgender Inmates This Week

Rikers Island Will Have A Unit For Transgender Inmates This Week

In “Orange is the New Black”, Laverne Cox plays the part of Sophia, a transgender inmate at a women’s prison. In the prison, Sophia acts as a confidant and hairdresser to the women in the prison. More importantly, Cox’s role shows the problems that transgender women face in prison. Well now, the country’s second largest jail will open a housing unit specifically for transgender women.   The special housing unit is scheduled to open this week at the Rikers Island jail facility and is designed to protect transgender inmates from…

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Come Be a Part of Our Live Studio Audience on Saturday

Come Be a Part of Our Live Studio Audience on Saturday

The Hype TV Show, a talk show for, by and about young women, will tape three new episodes on Saturday November 8th at 12 noon. We are looking for opinionated teens and adults to be in the audience! Any high school student who stays for all three tapings will receive 4 hours of community service credit for their participation in the on camera discussions. The three episodes will be “Impact of Reality Shows on Young Women”, “What is Cheating?”, and “All Male Relationship Panel”. During the “All Male Relationship Panel” episode, for the…

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Keeping Skin Flawless

Keeping Skin Flawless

Having acne free skin is not easy, especially if you are a female who likes to wear makeup but forgets to remove it at night. Wearing makeup is what females use to enhance their selves to feel prettier, but it can also cause oily skin and pimples to appear.

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Independent women?

Independent women?

We are every woman until we need something done around the house or our car breaks down. Come on ladies! Let’s be real independent women and master the small stuff ourselves! Nobody is asking you to fix a motor, but knowing how to change your oil isn’t the worst thing in the world, even if you never do it. Further, let’s face this reality: if you don’t know how to do these things, you become an open wallet. Yes, some of my friends pay handymen to come over to hang…

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