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You have to develop into a whole person before you can be in a relationship.” Like TLC, the group has extended its female-empowerment campaign to safe-sex education—with the video “Let’s Talk About AIDS,” taken from their hit single “Let’s Talk About Sex.” Also, there’s a public-service announcement by Boston high-school students on .
James, who chants outrageous raps, is quiet and watchful.
She dresses in loose-fitting jeans and a sweater; she doesn’t wear makeup.
(Part of Naughty by Nature, Treach once came onstage at Radio City wielding a chain saw.) Then there’s Spinderella (Dee Roper), the group’s D. A good man, Spin raps, “touch me in the right spot.” Salt-N-Pepa, it seems, have at last discovered what a good man really is. James believes the charges against Shakur were “fabricated.” But she says gangsta is not for her. The video also ties up—and gags—their producer and manager, Hurby “Luv Bag” Azor, the man who, in real life, broke James’s heart. The members won’t give their ages: “Salt-N-Pepa keep the mystery,” says Denton.
” “We try to tell women not to give rappers so much to talk about,” Denton adds.
You’ll jump on the first bit of proof that there one. It’s on him to tell you what’s up and until he does, you cannot do his work for him.
You may have just started dating or you may be married for six years. That kicks in your fight or flight response and you’ll find yourself quickly scanning for problems. His change in mood feels like whiplash and has left you shaken and feeling vulnerable. Just don’t start believing everything you’re thinking. Until he tells you that you’re the problem, don’t assume that you are. It might not be ok with you that he just periodically disconnects, shuts down, and shuts you out. It feels like you’ve been abandoned and the relationship suddenly feels unsafe. Don’t assume that you know him better than he knows himself. Assure him that you are on his side and available if he needs you.
Offstage, the members of Salt-N-Pepa have a different persona.Salt-N-Pepa, the world’s top female rap group, have fallen in love again. In the video of their single “Whatta Man,” made with the group En Vogue and released this week, Salt-N-Pepa have a warmth and sexual heat that make Madonna seem contrived and mechanical. Unlike, say, Queen Latifah or the women of TLC, Salt-N-Pepa don’t hesitate to put men down.Guys have hurt them, but they have found better ones. “I wanna take a minute or two and give much respect to/ The man that’s made a difference in my world,” raps Salt (Cheryl James), the group’s founding member, wearing a pair of denim shorts undone at the waist. While gangsta rap spins violent odes and misogynistic threats, Salt-N-Pepa celebrate female independence, female sexuality, and—yes—motherhood. 1 rap hit last week was Snoop Doggy Dogg’s “What’s My Name.” “If you don’t give a f— about a bitch/ Then you’re rolling with the Row,” it says. TLC wear their baggy clothes as a statement, but Salt-N-Pepa flaunt their figures. In their hit single “Tramp,” it is the man who is the tramp.Their own fight or flight response kicks in as a defense mechanism to ward off potential danger. Suggest a movie, a board game, or something that gets both of your minds off what is going on. Like a deer hearing something strange in the woods, they’ll just stop and freeze, trying to determine if there is an actual threat. If being around the mood shift is too anxiety provoking for you, go ahead and tell him. We can all have an off day or be in a bad mood for no good reason but it feels strange just hanging out without you, pretending nothing is wrong when clearly we’re not talking as easily as we were yesterday. I hate being nagged when I am annoyed or frustrated. Girls go into relationships, and their man is their world.