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#Politics: So, You’re An “Adult” Because You Don’t Unfriend Based on Who Someone Voted For? Here Is Why You’re Adding To The Problem

Let me explain. Once upon a time, politics was really just that…politics. At least from what I noticed, things didn’t really venture much outside of the political arena. At some point, people developed the mindset that we should “never” discuss politics, but that … Continue reading

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#Trump: Yes, This Is a Scary Time In America For Young Men. Let ME Tell You Why…

Mr. President, A few days ago, you said, “THIS IS A VERY SCARY TIME FOR YOUNG MEN IN AMERICA.” FINALLY, something you and I can agree on. This definitely IS a scary time for young men in America. Let ME … Continue reading

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#KavanaughHearings: White Male Privilege Strikes Again

Yep…here we go again. No, I’m not talking about “here we go again” as far as a black man bringing up race. So white fragility has no place here. That means if it annoys you that I’m on this again, … Continue reading

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#BillCosby and #MeToo: Black Folks, Stop Using Unarmed Black Men To Minimize Sexual Assault

“WHAT ABOUT BLACK-ON-BLACK CRIME???” You know how much you hate hearing that, right? This usually comes after a white person kills someone black; most often, when white police officers are involved. This isn’t about black-on-black crime, though. We already know that most … Continue reading

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Ladies Annoyed With #MeToo: Please Stop Using “Victim” As A Dirty Word

Speaking as a man, I won’t even try to imagine what women have gone through during the #MeToo movement in having to relive the many horrible and often tragic incidents of sexual assault that they’ve experienced, whether it was recently … Continue reading

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#NotAllMen: Why We As Men Need To Stop Saying, “Not All Men Are Like That!”

It never fails. Something is posted by either a man or a woman (more often women) where there exists a complaint of some kind about a man. It isn’t long before a man comes along to say some form of … Continue reading

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#MeToo: We Say Everything To Our Little Girls…But What Are We Saying To Our Boys?

My wife and I have two children. Our son is 12 and our daughter is 9. Now I won’t pretend to be “Holier Than Thou” here. Our daughter is a “Daddy’s Girl,” big time. She’s my princess. Nothing in the … Continue reading

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Here Are Some Reasons We Shouldn’t Be Angry At Those Who Don’t Speak Up Enough About Bad People

Back in 2003, I was deployed to Iraq. I moved from one unit to another and it wasn’t long before I made new friends. One friend in particular, a fellow soldier, confided in me that she was being physically abused … Continue reading

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How And When Exactly Did The Responsibility Become OURS?

There are so many instances where it’s clear who is responsible for something taking place. However, over time, that responsibility somehow completely shifts elsewhere. How exactly does this happen? And when? Here are a few such instances: Restaurant Tipping No, … Continue reading

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Bill O’Reilly: Reason #267 Why Women Don’t Report Sexual Assault

This one is going to be short and sweet. I don’t want to cheapen what women have to experience by coming across as some kind of savior. 100 words or 1000 words or 10000 words won’t lessen the effect. Fox … Continue reading

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