This morning the FDA denied a petition to change the Plan B morning after pill from a prescription drug to a retail product available even to girls under the age of 17.
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From the teens into their 40s, men are confused about what women seek in a man. Here are a few tips to help get you closer to having the girl of your dreams like you back.
The first thing some men do after talking on the phone a time or two is press for an invitation to a woman’s home. Their idea of a date is spending time together relaxing on your couch… in close proximity to the bedroom. A “no, I don’t know you well enough yet” response may cause such a man to press even harder or become downright irritated at your refusal to give him what he wants. What is behind this increasingly common behavior pattern, and what should women do to counter it?
There are dozens of silly things women tell each other about men, dating, love and relationships, these are the seven that cause the most damage to the female spirit.
Narcissistic Personality Disorder is characterized by long standing patterns of lack of empathy towards others, a need to be fawned over, and a belief in their innate superiority. With Black males demanding submission by women and having no sympathy to women’s plights, how many Black men can be identified as suffering from this mental illness?
Black women are tired of hearing Black men say that we are bitter, unhappy, or that we alone are responsible for the high numbers of single family homes and fatherless children. We’re not. Black women are tired of the bullshit, the blaming, the failure of men to step up to take responsibility for the mistakes they’ve made. We, just like women of other races, deserve to have a decent, loving, committed and honorable man in our arms. We deserve wonderful fathers for our children. We deserve to have respectful Black men be our husbands as well our lovers. Where are these men?
Noting the double standard in which allows Black men to judge the sexual behaviors and number of partners of Black women harshly, while completely ignoring the sexual past of White women. What’s that all about?