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Leigh Langston

I am the woman behind the Dangerous Lee Network and along with helping starving artists get fed I have published some of the best in DIY, How To and Top List content in 50+ categories as well as my short stories, poems, opinion essays and personal blogs. I am also the author of the safe sex erotica anthology, "Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down" and an eBook on the affects of colorism, The Half Series: When Black People Look White.
Leigh Langston has written 964 posts for Simply Senia

What No One Told You About School and How to Deal With It

By Kristina Sisevic Don’t you miss the days when homework was just coloring? School is hard, especially when there’s a distraction on every step. The social networks, television, your crush and when any of the above come to your mind it’s impossible to study. What no one told me about school is well, they didn’t … Continue reading

Senia’s Pick: He’s So Fine – But Is He Great to Date – Safe Teen Dating

By Alexa Keating It’s exciting when you begin to notice boys; even more exciting when they begin to notice you! Suddenly nothing is more important than how your hair looks, what you have to wear and how it looks on you. You may see your friends in a brand new way as you notice their … Continue reading

Cyberbullying Tactics 2015: 42 Cyberbullying Examples

By Michael Nuccitelli, Psy. D. Cyberbullying Tactics 2015 is a prevention education article and website page resulting from my research conducted in October 2014, along with input from parents, educators and pediatric professionals. Cyberbullying is one typology included in my Information Age dark side of human consciousness construct. Of the seven typologies, cyberbullying is the … Continue reading

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What We Can Learn From the Post Office About Parenting

By Shiloh Lundahl Has this ever happened to you or someone you know? Child: “Mom we need to go to the store tonight! My project is due tomorrow and I need a poster board and some construction paper!” Parent: “How long have you known about this project?” Child: “They told us two weeks ago, but … Continue reading

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