Do You Have Some F.U. Money Saved Up?

- By Bossip Staff

Chances are if you’re in a long-term relationship, about to jump the broom, or already have, some woman has advised you, if you and your partner have a joint account, to make sure you put a little money aside for yourself. Tyra Banks calls this F.U. money and it’s the need for women in relationships to still have their own exit strategy, i.e. cash flow, that prompts Tyra to employ so many young women. The “America’s Next Top Model” creator and entrepreneur explained this motive to Glamour, saying: “My mom stayed with my dad for too long because of financial reasons. If she’d just had a little side hustle, a little of her own money, she would have left. So I encourage women to have what I call ‘F.U.’ money.… A lot of my passion for this business comes from that…”

Sex Once A Week Keeps Married Couples Happy?

According to Forbes, a new study published in the journal of Social Psychological and Personality Science—that was one of the largest to explore the correlation between sex and happiness—suggests that one is the magical number when it comes to how often happily married couples are getting busy in a 7-day span. Researchers poured over responses submitted by 11,000 men and 14,000 men who participated in the General Social Survey between 1989 and 2012. What they found was that most established couples are doing the horizontal mambo once a week, and they’re satisfied. Additionally results suggest that adding a night or two of sex didn’t boost happiness…

Portraits Of Black Professors At Harvard Law Covered In Black Tape

The portraits of all the Black professors at Harvard Law were covered with black tape just a day after students rallied and marched on campus in support of Black student activists around the country. Reports Think Progress: Photos taken by Harvard PhD candidate Clint Smith show the portraits of tenured African American law professors, which are displayed in the law school’s main building, marked by black slashes of tape across their faces. Leland Shelton, the president of the Black Law Students Association, told ThinkProgress that he viewed the incident as a hostile action. It “wasn’t done by an ally. It wasn’t in support of black students and black professors,” Shelton said…Reportedly, some of the backlash is due to calls from Black law students to remove the family crest of of Isaac Royall Jr., a noted slaveowner, from the school’s seal.

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