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On this controversial episode of Caffeine with your host FJ Carter; I will be discussing "Women Submitting to men" Is it a sign of weakness or a sign of true strength? I noticed that some men feel that a woman should just find a man and "submit" to him but whatever happened to chivalry and courting? I noticed that some women believe that "submission" is a form of slavery and not a form of love for your man. We went from housewives to "desperate housewives". Whatever happened to being good to your man as well as the man being good to the woman? Both men and women possess some form of submission when it comes to getting into a relationship because we have surrendered our egos and have decided to unite as one. Is it a crime to cater to your man? The "Independent women" says they don't need a man but yet turn around and says, "Where are all the good men?" Come on! Make up your minds ladies! What is the true ingredients missing in the recipes that we have indulged in called relationships? Because African American women are less likely to get married compared to our racial counterparts. Some African American men says that they date outside of their race because we don't allow them to be men and we refuse to submit. Are we criminals or is it a dominantly effected source that was developed through slavery, welfare, and Willie Lynch to keep us this way? Why do men choose to rule with an iron fist instead of using those same hands to heal those embedded wounds that keeps of from desiring to cater to a man in fear of hate and abuse in return? How do we return back to the cultural, successful, loving relationships that we used to have that developed families and happiness? Is the true definition of "submission" missing from our relationships? Join me and we will get down and go deep into these minds and discover the gold that we have lost within our relationships!!
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