Guest blogger Shadid Mack questions the logic of black men who blame the downfall of the black community on black women and single parent homes – asking black men how they can expect black women to perform a miracle in a vacuum and a hostile environment? He lays out the problems and possible solutions.
Category: Men’s Issues
In my work in sex addiction therapy, I come across men of all ethnic backgrounds struggling in this area. While the White sex addict may have just as many partners as the Black addict (some with over 200 partners while with their spouse), there is one major difference. Can you guess what it is? It’s the condom. The tendency is for white guys to act out sexually taking more precautions to use a condom while black men ignore the need for contraception, thus perpetuating the trend of single-mothers left to fend for themselves.
Young black men are in a crisis and falling behind educationally, economically, emotionally and socially. Why are their expectations for themselves so low? Why is there such a willingness to settle for mediocrity instead of striving to achieve greatness head and shoulders above the crowd?
What is it with men and their fascination with farting, burping, scratching, pooping and picking their nose? Do they ever grow out of this phase?
You have no rights of free speech on this web page. You speak like you have some sense and your comments will be posted. You can disagree with anything written here, but you best do it in a respectful way. Pretend like your momma is reading it and check yourself.
Men don’t understand that their fear of rejection turns women off. Women don’t like having to ask men out or be the pursuer because it does not inspire feelings of passion and desire in the female spirit.
Why do some guys get all the women, and other guys sit at home lonely and horny? The answer is this: the men that have women are willing to put energy and effort into learning how to talk to and treat females. Whether married or single, if you aren’t getting laid regularly, the problem is with YOU!
Though fashion changes from generation to generation, there are certain styles of clothing and accessories that all men should avoid. If you are an adult male over the age of 18 and you wear these items you really need to stop. Like today.
The hypocrisy of the so-called religious black man is evident when they make posts such as the one quoted here. Why does every black man with an opinion about what HE wants in a wife flatly state that his thoughts apply to every single black man in the world. It’s as if they truly believe their opinion is universal and every black woman should listen to them just because they are a man.