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    Milestar Babies: Convenience and Success

    in Education

    An overview about the convenience and success of Milestar Babies.

  • 00:15

    Milestar Babies: Educational Enrichment

    in Education

    An in-depth review about early childhood learning and the advantges of Milestar Babies.

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  • 00:14

    Milestar Babies: Success and Early Childhood Development

    in Education

    A discussion abou the practical benefits of Milestar Babies, with an emphasis on early childhood development.

  • 01:01

    I Want Babies!

    in Parents

    Do you baby talk to babies?  Did you look forward to growing up to have babies so you could act like a baby again?  What makes us want to have children?  Did you want to have someone to love you?  Did you want someone to control as you told them want to do?  What in the world would make a lady want to have babies when it requires so much time and effort?  Really now???!!!!


    Did you like it when a person came up to you when you were nearing your teen years and talked to you like you were an infant?  Why do people talk to babies different than they do to adults?  


    Are you aware of the forces of nature and the biological nature of humans?  Well, now you will be!  What is the real difference between a lady and a man?  Let's talk about it at Sweet Perfume and Leather Jackets!  It isn't so much about sex as it is about your biological nature!  Oooooh laaaah laaaaaaah!

  • 00:44

    Hijacking Babies For A Profit

    in Family

    Talk about current issues

  • 00:45

    Hijacking Babies For A Profit

    in Family

    Talk about current issues

  • 00:15

    Designer Babies

    in Science

    This week on Roundtable with Stephanie Robinson, Stephanie takes on science, the field of genetics and the current dilemma regarding its ethics and limitations. Has the time come when parents will be able to pick and choose the characteristics of our yet-to-be-born babies? Do such modern scientific advancements represent progress or a threat to humanity? Are we playing God?


    Joining us to sort out some of these challenging questions is Enola Aird, an activist mother and founding director of Mothers for a Human Future; Dr. Keith Crawford, a physician-scientist and Chief Medical Officer at Parcell Laboratories; and Dr. Marcy Darnovsky, Executive Director of the Center for Genetics and Society. Together we will discuss just how far our science has gone and should go, as well as the implications for society and for our very humanity itself.


    It is time to gather at the Roundtable as Stephanie Robinson delivers hot topics, deep talk and a little bit of uplift. Roundtable with Stephanie Robinson...pull up a chair.

  • 00:35

    FREEDOMS GATE: Saving America one dime at a time with the "March for Babies"

    in News

    Find out how one person can make the difference in helping to save the life of a baby or a mom, from Standing at Freedom’s Gate guest Jackie Fobbs, a nationally known senior health system analyst and Michael Joseph a UAW International Representative, editor and chief writer for UAW Region 1A’s published communications for the UAW’s Solidarity Magazine and Retiree’s News, and CEO/President of Omari Productions join host Kevin Fobbs to talk about how a single dime can change a life with the March of Dimes March for Babies

  • 01:50

    How Are We Having Our Babies?

    in LGBT

    When we talk about being a family in the LGBTQ Community we start a whole different type of conversation. Family in our community could mean two mothers and two fathers but the questions that are being asked more then not is: How Are We Having Babies?  Who is Having Our Baby? How do your answer our child when they ask “Where did I come from” if you are in a same sex relationship/marriage couple? Can We Talk for REAL will be joined by expecting parents Jonica Burkhead and wife Nkenge Jazz Burkhead.  They talk about their journey to parenthood was understood from the time we started dating. We discussed our desire to have children early on. After a year of marriage we decided it was time to start trying. Our first challenge was finding a clinic we trusted and were comfortable with, that was gay friendly. We prepared ourselves for homophobia or outright rejection; however we found a great clinic and doctor. Another challenge was having a million questions and neither of us personally knowing another gay couple who had been through it. Once we were in the process, we had to have many discussions about choosing a donor, like race, as many black men don't give specimens so we were limited. We then had to figure out what we valued in other areas like education, hobbies etc. the hardest part was the waiting, waiting to ovulate, waiting to test, and then waiting for baby. zLet's talk about how lesbians have babies, how gay men have babies, how the transgender couples have babies. If you would like to be an active participant in this conversation of “How Are We Having Babies” just inbox us so that can include your family in our family conversation. If you adopted your child, took legal responsibility of a family members child, used a turkey baster, a friends sperm or the sperm bank or if you had sex the old fashion way with the opposite sex let us hear from you.     

  • 00:31

    Designer Babies

    in Science

    This week on Roundtable with Stephanie Robinson, Stephanie takes on science, the field of genetics and the current dilemma regarding its ethics and limitations. Has the time come when parents will be able to pick and choose the characteristics of our yet-to-be-born babies? Do such modern scientific advancements represent progress or a threat to humanity? Are we playing God?


    Joining us to sort out some of these challenging questions is Enola Aird, an activist mother and founding director of Mothers for a Human Future; Dr. Keith Crawford, a physician-scientist and Chief Medical Officer at Parcell Laboratories; and Dr. Marcy Darnovsky, Executive Director of the Center for Genetics and Society. Together we will discuss just how far our science has gone and should go, as well as the implications for society and for our very humanity itself.


    It is time to gather at the Roundtable as Stephanie Robinson delivers hot topics, deep talk and a little bit of uplift. Roundtable with Stephanie Robinson...pull up a chair.