Dangerous Lee, real name Leigh (sometimes spelled “Lei”, pronounced ley) Langston, a brand with various projects in the fields of internet publishing, writing, acting, painting, and internet radio has worked professionally in the radio, television, fashion and music industries over the course of her career.
In 2008, Dangerous Lee’s short erotic story, Til Death Do Us Part, was featured in the New York Times Best Selling anthology, Succulent: Chocolate Flava 2, edited by Zane. In March of 2010, Dangerous Lee self-published her first book titled, Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down, an anthology that includes six erotic stories with an emphasis on HIV education. Dangerous Lee has also worked as a certified HIV Prevention Specialist with Wellness AIDS Services, Inc. of Flint, Michigan.
Dangerous Lee’s claim to fame is the humor advice column, Ask Dangerous Lee, where she dishes out opinions on love, relationships, pop culture, and celebrities. Ask Dangerous Lee was published monthly in the now defunct Uncommon Sense newspaper and syndicated in various independent magazines and websites nationwide. It can now be read exclusively at The Dangerous Lee News & Entertainment Network.
Ask Dangerous Lee, the column, lead to the Ask Dangerous Lee Live radio show on the Blog Talk Radio network. For more than two years Dangerous Lee, along with co-host, hip hop artist Hassahn Phenomenon, featured celebrities on all sides of the entertainment and media spectrum. Dangerous Lee was also the co-host of The Radio Happy Hour with Dr. Blogstein, the top comedy show on the Blog Talk Radio network.
Working as a one-woman production, Dangerous Lee has secured more than 100 media features over the course of five years and has taken The Dangerous Lee News & Entertainment Network to be included in the top 11,000 websites in the U.S. She has also had the pleasure of being selected as Vibe Magazine’s Vixen of the Day, as well as being featured on The TODAY Show with Kathie Lee & Hoda. Dangerous Lee has also worked as a contributing writer for actress, Monique Coleman’s official website, GimmeMo.com and is the co-founder of Book Bizarre, an event that highlighted self-published authors in Flint, Michigan in 2010 and 2011. In 2013 The Dangerous Lee News & Entertainment Network was nominated for four Black Weblog Awards and selected as a Top Fashion Blog to follow.
DangerousLee.Biz, the hub of The Dangerous Lee News & Entertainment Network, is Dangerous Lee’s home base and media distribution channel that was established in 2008. It includes a circulation of viral topics and worldwide news including events in Dangerous Lee’s personal and professional life. DangerousLee.Biz provides free high quality content to its readers and keeps its audience engaged by providing an unconventional alternative to the mainstream media blitz.
SimplySenia.com was established in 2012 and features content relevant to tweens, teens, and parents. Senia is Dangerous Lee’s daughter and the website also highlights her art, educational accomplishments, book reviews and other cool things that Senia shares as she grows up to become a woman. Simply Senia was also nominated for Best Parenting Blog in 2013 by the Black Weblog Awards. PantiesUpSkirtDown.com features sexual health and lifestyle news and was created in 2009 to promote Dangerous Lee’s book, Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down, as well as safer sex practices. BlackGirlsAllowed.com, created in 2013, features content by, for and relevant to Black Women and Girls all over the world.
African Americans only make up 14% of the population, but almost half of the new HIV cases are African American. These numbers are very disproportionate and because HIV is such a taboo subject in the African American community many people are not getting the message. This astonishing fact is the reason why Dangerous Lee wrote Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down.
International AIDS Activist, Hydeia Broadbent, shared her thoughts after reading The Safe Sex Kit from Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down; “I think it will help more people think about HIV/AIDS and STDs in their sexual relationships and also think about practicing safer sexual activities.”
Olivia Brown – Read review here.
Blog Critics – Red review here.
Erotica for All – read review here.
Mad Moose Mama – Read review here.
Teri Frasher – OMG girl! You are an excellent if not explicit writer! Good job!
Andrea Sutton – You have worked hard to promote a “difficult topic” to society, and have done it well. You have helped some people heal, believe it or not.
LilCandi83 Cool – Your book title is like my new saying. I love it!
The King of Erotica (Author) – Your book is OMG!!!!!!!!!!! I love your book. OMG!!!!!!!!!!!
Brian Wells – This book is erotic as well as informative. It makes safer sex sexy again.
TaMara Campbell (Author) – I am soooooo LOVING your book!!!! I can not put it down!! Got me all ‘worked up’! It’s a fabulous read! Very entertaining with great safer sex and prevention messages!! Dangerous Lee definitely tells you how to eroticize sex while keeping it safe!
Stacy McGee Dixon – This is a great book! I read it in one day! Get your copy people! When is the next one girl, you did your thing!
Marty Embry (Author) – The book was the sh*$! The stories were awesome and the real deal. Your book is definitely an eye opener and should serve as a reminder that the last thing a person has to worry about is pregnancy! This book should serve as a reminder to simply cap it before you tap it! I loved how each story unraveled and how each was completely different and will make you sit back and question the person that is laying next to you! This is a must read! Thank you for being you! I’ll see you at the top!
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Contact Dangerous Lee:
- C. Leslie Charles Reviews Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down (pantiesupskirtdown.com)
- 30 Under 30: Hydeia Broadbent (hellobeautiful.com)
- Charly Emery Praises Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down (pantiesupskirtdown.com)
- Vagina Cupcakes Make a Splash at the “Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down” Website (dangerouslee.biz)
- Do You Plan to Have Unprotected Sex This Weekend? (dangerouslee.biz)