http://www.rulesgirlcelebrityblog.com/2010/02/rules-work-on-any-man-jamie-foxx-case.html . I made the mistake of reading the Sistah’s Rules by Denene Millner a while ago.
I remember feeling that something about the book didn’t feel right. I remember someone else in the BWE mentioning how jacked up this book is, but I can’t remember who. Hmmm could have been because the way author tells black women that what works on a white man or other men won’t work on a black man. In other words she encouraging black women to give it up to keep the man. She wrote it as a black version of The Rules as written by Ellein Fein. Women I will tell you know if you see that book run the other way. I remember thinking why would I want a bm if I have to give it up to him to keep him. That doesn’t sound like a gbm to me. I think as bw we really have to becareful of these black versions of white and other non-black authors. I finally read the Rules and saw that Ellen feins version was way better. It doesn’t matter the race because men are men just like women are women. We may have our culture, society etc. differences, but we have many similarities as well. That is mos def a dangerous book for young women.