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Recently, Pastor Marvin Winans refused to allow an unwed mother of a 2 year old boy to have her child blessed in front of the congregation along with the children of married parents. The baby momma is irate and says she "never felt so disrespected and degraded in my life." Really? To me there is a big difference between being an "unwed mother" and a "single parent" and folks need to get real clear on that. Single parents could be widows or divorced (with primary custody), or aunts who adopted their deceased sister's children rather than let them go to foster care, or fathers whose wife died or went into the crack zone so he split and took the kids with him. Unwed mothers have never been married, no signs of marriage, sometimes barely know the fool they are pregnant by. There is a huge difference. But since its Pastor Winan's church, his belief system guiding the church, and his interpretation of religion guiding him why argue with him? Bottom line - what is up with black women having all these kids out of wedlock and thinking its okay? Why do black women not have a wedding first THEN have children? Why say that "babies are a blessing!" when you know you don't have the resources or maturity to raise a child? Why not seek an abortion or a morning after pill? Are out of wedlock children and missing fathers going to be the downfall of the black community? Join us to discuss this important topic. The call-in number is 347-327-9215.
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With so many single women in the U.S., especially African American women, we have to ask - is the problem men that don't want to marry, or is it that modern women aren't what men are looking for when they say "my wife?" What exactly is it that men are looking for when they marry? What makes a woman wife material or not? The call in number is 347-327-9215!
There is a lot of talk in the black community about black women being the "rock" of the family and for their men. Many of the commonly heard phrases amongst black men and women are: I take care of my man! If I don't do it for him, somebody else will! I expect my woman to nurture me I need my woman to help me She needs to make me feel like a man Black women need to help the black man come up - we can't do it by ourselves Women need to help achieve and build, and not just try to get with a brotha after he's done all the work by himself Things like this get on my nerves. I truly believe great numbers of black males are confused about what manhood is and instead are caught up in a continual infancy expecting women to take care of them, essentially exchanging one mommy for another they have sex with. Why have black women fallen for the okey doke of "helping" black men make their dreams come true? What's in it for HER to help HIM is my question? What is it that black men do by themselves for themselves these days - with no dependence on or assistance from women? Join the discussion today at 6:30 pm PST/9:30 pm EST by logging on or calling 347-327-9215dependent men | single black men | needy black men | codependent black women | black relationships
You know the story of Mr. Cee, top hip hop DJ who confessed to having numerous encounters with transgender women... men who dress like and live their lives as women because they say they were born in the wrong body. But Mr. Cee is married. He has a family. He was sneaking around with transgender prostitutes and having unprotected sexual encounters with them. Then going home to his wife. All over the web people are defending Mr. Cee and saying this is why gay black men go into hiding - the judgments and condemnation of black people. What do you say about this situation and black men hiding who and what they are from the women in their lives? Do they have the right to present a false front because they are afraid of the repercussions? The call-in number is 347-327-9215.Mr Cee | transgender | down low black men | gay men in the closet | black women dating gay men