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Ebony Magazines Cover of a Shattered Cosby Show over the face of Bill Cosby has touched a nerve of many black people on the internet who cannot separate Bill Cosby the man from Bill Cosby the character on The Cosby Show. If a pedophile built a skyscraper do we haver to tear down the building? No, but it would get scraped off the list of hot tourist attractions or would it?
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Rape is not funny: Why the Black community can't stay neutral on Bill Cosby.....
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Things to consider:
Why is it that many see these allegations of rape as nothing more than an attempt to destroy the legacy of a man of influence?
When we discuss issues of sexual violence against women should we only be talking about allegations surrounding Bill Cosby or the issue of sexual violence in general?
Has Bill Cosby become the face of rape and made it easier to discuss issues of sexual assault?
Rape culture is a concept in which rape is pervasive and normalized due to societal attitudes about gender and sexuality. Behaviors commonly associated with rape culture include victim blaming, sexual objectification, trivializing rape, denial of widespread rape, refusing to acknowledge the harm of some forms of sexual violence, or some combination of these. There is evidence to suggest that rape culture is correlated with other social factors and behaviors. Rape myths, victim blaming, and trivialization of rape have been found to be positively correlated with racism, sexism, homophobia, ageism, classism, religious intolerance and other forms of discrimination.
The most recent case with Bill Cosby has sparked the need to have this discussion. Both men and women, can be raped. Both men AND women can be blamed for rape. I want to have an open, adult discussion about it.
This is my very first episode on blogtalk
And in this episode i will be talking about the Rape allegations against Bill Cosby
I will be giving my honest opion on the whole soga
I will be taking calls from people who are interested in giving their opion on the issue.
America's favorite TV dad Bill Cosby has been accused by multiple women of rape. The women state these alleged events happened more than 30+ years ago. No charges were filed or any arrest made yet the media and public are treating Bill Cosby as if he did this. The women present no evidence yet their word is all people need to tarnish Bill Cosby. This issue is something that any man fears. Women can ruin your life on lies and have you in prison,reputation tarnished and financially ruined. This is very disturbing on all levels
This episode i will be giving my take on the whole soga sorounding Bill Cosby and
And the rape claims aginst him.
I will be very honest in my opions and my take on this situation.
I hope to get some listeners who are intersted in giving their thoughts on this soga and if they think that Bill Cosby did rape these women.
Friend, what does Jell-O, Fat Albert, and Huxtable have in common? …America’s Dad, Bill Cosby. Every day brings new allegations of sexual misconduct against the 77-year-old former “Cosby Show” creator. Cosby has gone to great lengths to ignore, refuse comment, deny the allegations, and remain silent. The public is calling for an explanation and a modern-day crucifixion, but our question of the day Is Silence Consent? Helping us with that as we continue our Election Series with have our “Domino Talk” duo, the Smith Brothers – Nehemiah & Jacques. Both are both “raising the consciousness” and providing a voice to world -- Reverend Nehemiah Smith, Editor-in-Chief of The Weekly Defender (http://weeklydefender.com/?section=home) and Bro. Jacques Smith -- man of God, father, husband, engineer. Both operate in the theater of ideas.
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(CNN)Bill Cosby said he had sexual relationships with at least five women outside his marriage, gave prescription sedatives to women he wanted to have sex with and tried to hide the affairs from his wife, according to a court deposition obtained by CNN.
The deposition, first reported by the New York Times,was taken 10 years ago and stems from a civil lawsuit filed by Andrea Constand -- one of two dozen women who have publicly accused the comedian of sexual assault over four decades, often alleging he gave them some sort of drug without their knowledge. CNN independently obtained a copy of the full deposition.Cosby, 78, has never been criminally charged and has vehemently denied wrongdoing. In the deposition he says the sex and drug-taking were always consensual.