Category: Society and Culture

Black Singles and Marriage: With This Debt, I Thee Wed

| 03/01/2012 | Comments (0)
Black Singles and Marriage: With This Debt, I Thee Wed

Marriage for many singles marks the beginning of what they hope will be happily ever after. However, money problems can make your marriage more of a waking nightmare than a blissful dream. Discussing singles and marriage must include a dialogue about debts before you say I DO.

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Gender Roles in the 21st Century

| 02/27/2012 | Comments (1)
Gender Roles in the 21st Century

Gender roles in the 21st century should be dictated by qualifications and skills, rather than gender role stereotypes. Play your position based on your strengths, not on what you are “supposed” to be doing.

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If Submission in Marriage is So Wonderful and Perfect…

| 02/20/2012 | Comments (3)
If Submission in Marriage is So Wonderful and Perfect...

Female submission is touted by patriarchal men as the key to a successful marriage or relationship, but where is the proof? If submissive relationships are better then why aren’t more submissive, religious women happily married?

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Your Selfishness is Not Making the Coochie Wet

| 02/14/2012 | Comments (8)
Your Selfishness is Not Making the Coochie Wet

Black men have the right to be selfish and talk shit about Valentine’s Day if you want to – nobody is stopping you. But don’t say nothin when your selfishness hurts your woman. When she doesn’t want you to touch her, and certainly doesn’t want to share her coochie with you, it will be your own fault.

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Match.Com’s Singles Survey Means Nothing for Black Women

| 02/08/2012 | Comments (1)
Match.Com’s Singles Survey Means Nothing for Black Women

Though the Match.Com 2012 Singles Survey is an impressive undertaking, I would caution Black women to avoid viewing the findings as anything more than humorous entertainment. This is a study primarily of White people for White people, and therefore it has little to do with the very real cultural differences in values and socialization of African Americans.

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Cheating in Relationships – Three Days of the Year Women Are Most Likely to Cheat

| 02/03/2012 | Comments (1)
Cheating in Relationships - Three Days of the Year Women Are Most Likely to Cheat

Smart men pay attention to their women. Those that don’t are likely to find out the hard way that their woman is getting her needs met elsewhere. There are three days of each year that women are more prone to cheating, and Valentine’s Day is one of them.

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Schrödinger’s Rapist: or a guy’s guide to approaching strange women without being maced

| 01/28/2012 | Comments (0)
Schrödinger’s Rapist: or a guy’s guide to approaching strange women without being maced

Many males believe they are owed female attention and a positive response when they approach a woman on the street. The reality is that the woman you are talking to does not know if you are a creeper or a rapist and will treat you accordingly. She can’t see inside your head, and does not know your intentions.

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Survey on Polygyny – What is Your Stance on Polygamous Marriages

| 01/12/2012 | Comments (0)
Survey on Polygyny - What is Your Stance on Polygamous Marriages

What is your stance on polygyny and polygamous marriages? Is polygamy really a viable solution to the high number of single Black women in the U.S. or just a game Black men want to play for sex?

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Dreams of Falling, Fear and Landing on Your Feet

| 12/18/2011 | Comments (1)
Dreams of Falling, Fear and Landing on Your Feet

If you’ve ever dreamed of falling you know how scary it can be. Can you learn to control your fear and gain control of your subconscious mind and your dreams of success?

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Mens Right to Choose: Opting Out of Fatherhood With a Financial Abortion

| 12/09/2011 | Comments (32)
Mens Right to Choose: Opting Out of Fatherhood With a Financial Abortion

Should a man be forced to become a father and pay child support, even though he says he doesn’t want to be a Dad? If a woman finds herself pregnant and wants an abortion, but the father desires to keep and raise the child himself, should a woman be forced to carry the child to term? What would make such a situation fair and equitable for both parties?

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Survey on Sexual Abuse of Children in the Black Community

| 11/26/2011 | Comments (3)
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A survey for victims, witnesses and perpetrators of child sexual abuse in the Black community. Collecting statistical data on sexual abuse and molestation of children, and the secrecy surrounding these heinous crimes in the African American community.

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No Such Thing as a Traditional Marriage Anymore

| 11/17/2011 | Comments (0)
No Such Thing as a Traditional Marriage Anymore

As the world changes, so does our concept of marriage, equality of races, women’s roles in society, and women’s roles in marriage. With that in mind, is there such a thing as “a traditional marriage” anymore?

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