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Every Monday at 9pm (EST). 

Each week, the chat kicks off with a topic and confession* about that topic from one of the hosts or a guest. Here's the schedule with date, topic & confession contributor. Check back soon. The schedule updates frequently.  To join the chat,  type #BlerdDating into the search bar on your Twitter page. REMEMBER TO INCLUDE THE HASHTAG #BlerdDating IN EVERY TWEET SO YOUR TWEETS SHOW UP IN THE CHAT. 


* Contributors retain all rights to their confession. 

NEXT CHAT: FEB 4, 2019 I Dated Mr. Phobia

By @hollieharper5


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GUEST HOST - COMEDIAN SHARRON PAUL (@Sharronica ) Sharron Paul is a NYC-based actress, comedian, writer and producer. She co-hosts the long-running *CHEAP DATE* comedy show, which was deemed “One of the best things to do in Brooklyn” by TimeOut New York. She was named “One of the funniest women on Twitter” by the Huffington Post. Sharron has appeared on FOX, ABC, MTV, and A&E as well as a number of popular sketches and music videos. She co-starred in the series Political Fashion Chat on IAF TV, as well as the webseries’ Girls Are Roommates, Ghostedbusters, and 2 Self Help Books Away from Being Perfect. Sharron also voices the character Francine on Amazon’s animated series “Fanny Fun Facts.”


GUEST HOST- M’SHAI DASH (@mshaidash) M’Shai S. Dash is a blogger, digital content creator, and freelance writer from Washington, D.C.  She began writing music and poetry as a child, and has recently completed a work of poetry called Woman In Sujud. After appearing in PBS’s Legacy: Being Black in America (2007), she began speaking publicly about social justice issues, the contributions of people of color in speculative fiction, and the power of digital storytelling in a social media driven world. Dash has spoken at the Apollo Theater (2008), Charles Sumner School (2012), Duke Ellington School of the Arts (2012), and Blerdcon DC (2017).  She was also a featured presenter for Blogger Week DC at Trinity University College (2017).  Most recently, she spoke on a panel about afrofuturism and pop culture at the Bushwick Starr in New York (2018).

Dash writes about race, pop culture, and mental wellness.  Her writing has been featured in Blavity,  For Harriet,  and Madame Noir. Her most recent short stories have appeared in The Scribes of Nyota: Our Voices, Our Imagination, A Compendium, and in the Awakenings Foundation online magazine.  She is a currently a staff writer and content curator for, and a co-host on Black Sci-fi TV, a public access television show which airs on PhillyCam.

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GUEST HOST - DR. VIBE (@drvibeshow) Dr. Vibe has been the host and producer of his own award winning online show The Dr. Vibe Show™ for the last decade. He has done over 1500 interviews with people from all over the world. His conversations were the first and and only online show to be regularly featured on the popular U.S. based men’s website, The Good Men Project which has 2.5 million unique visitors from every countries per month and 6 million page views per month. He dominates the Internet when it comes to hosting intelligent and entertaining conversations. His main mission is to peel back the layers of the mainstream media to reveal the positivity that is often clouded. 

The Dr. Vibe Show was the winner of the Best International Blog category at the 2012 Black Weblog Awards and for three years was a finalist in the best Best Podcast Series category at the Black Weblog Awards.

In June 2015, Dr. Vibe acquired his Empowerment Coaching Certificate so he can help people reach their goals and dreams. He believes that the more empowerment that you have in your live the better life that your life that you will have and the better you can help others. 

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