Check out the picture from the Steve Harvey Turkey Giveaway at Bright Hope Baptist Church.
Steve Harvey comes to Philadelphia!
Shirley Strawberry signs copies of her new book The Strawberry Letter: Real Talk, Real Advice, Because Bitterness Isn't Sexy at Barnes & Noble in Philadelphia on 4/6/11.
Dear Morning Crew, I'm writing to you because I may have lost my two best friends over a secret that I think one of them should have known. I have two best friends one who is a full lesbian that I have been best friends with for more than 15 years. The second is bi-sexual who has been my friend for more than 10 years. To make a long story short, my bi-sexual friend likes my gay friend and they seem to hit it off really well. But before things become intimate I feel my friend of 15 years needs to know that she has HERPES. I asked my friend before you to become intimate are you planning on telling her about your disease and she said "yes." So far she has not said a word to her. Should I tell my friend and possibly save her life by letting her know ahead of time? Or should I wait and hope my friend lives up to her word and tell her before they become intimate? My fear is that she won't say anything, become intimate with my friend and she catches something she can't get rid of. What type of friend would I be if I let that happen and knew about it the whole time and never said a word. Please let me know your thoughts on what to do about this touchy situation. Thank You