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Men really love women (it don't matter if they're dancers). Its funny how some men pursue these ladies and have kids but then as they break up, suddenly the women morals come into question and question about whether they can be good mothers (#JustSilly).
Sometime people are convenient with their views on situations and forget relationships are built on fairness
A Female Exotic Dancer is a person who entertains men to make a living for herself. Don't assume that because some women are strippers, they must be promiscuous and unable to make money in any other way. Some dancers are very intelligent and might be doing what they do to pay their own way through college or nursing school. Other dancers might have had very unfortunate circumstances that you couldn't even imagine, and might be working at a club to feed their family or send their child to a good school. It's very easy to judge a book by its cover,but dont .... Tonight were taking it to the STRIP CLUB! http://ashy2classy.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/stripper-pole-model.jpg
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This Week on What's Right About Men? - Role models for men-are there any?
It has been hypothesized that individuals compare themselves with differing reference groups who occupy the social role to which an individual aspires. If this is true, who are today's role models? Why is it important for any of us to have a role model? And, are role models necessary?
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HARLAN TALK's Masters, Models & Mentors welcomes this weeks special guest, Jessica Page. Jessica joins CJ Harlan to discuss her powerful story of growing up and living...In And Out Of Foster Care. Her stories reveal the REAL expereinces that many children face when growing up without their biological parents. She offers up important messages for: adults considering fostering children; for those who currently are fostering; and for children who may have faced, or are facing, similar hardships. Jessica also shares how she was chosen by her adoptive mother, not always an easy road but one worth traveling for both of them. This 3 part Harlan Talk show Gets Real with you about what childen like Jessica face every day so that she may help more people create more compassion and opportunities for children who need our help, love, acceptance and understanding. Join us for Part 1 and Get to know Jessica, another amazing Role Model. NOTE: If you know of a child that is being abused and needs help, please step up and make a difference that can possible save a life. Report Child Abuse to your local child protective services (CPS). Links will be made available on our site at HarlanTalk.com
Checking in with Joetta” is an interactive show that will provide informative conversations about topics such as health, education, finances, fitness, empowerment, sports, relationships, and motivational tactics. These topics will be discussed with business & financial leaders, educators, sports legends, entrepreneurs, health & wellness advocates and historical icons.
"Checking in with Joetta" will serve as a useful, informative and thought provoking resource for ALL adults, teens & children.
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The full impact of violent encounters is often extreme for victims and can affect them for the rest of their lives. The campus environment combined with the culture of big time college athletics can be seen as a devastating mix, especially since one in five women on campus will experience a sexual assault or an attempted rape.
Athletes are often seen as role models and leaders in their communities. They can have a huge influence towards minimizing violence and improving societal standards.
National Coalition Against Violent Athletes (NCAVA) is dedicated to a concept of sports, as an activity, that promotes positive life skills in athletes so that they develop into respectful, productive role models.
Their mission is eliminate off-the-field violence by athletes, through the implementation of prevention methods that develop positive leadership potential of athletes within their teams and their communities.
Katherine Redmond Brown, founder of the NCAVA joins us LIVE at BEYONDtheCheers on blogtalkradio on Wednesday, October 1st at 7PM EST. Listen to our repeat broadnast on AMFM247 or at anytime on iHeart Radio or iTunes
"House Nigga Athletes aren't role Models"
I want to raise and pose a question to all the conscious queens, queen mothers and the sister soldiers out there? Is there really a difference between a respectable, intelligent black male athlete and or a modern day athletic house nigga of today?
I ask and raise this question to my conscious Mama's and sista's out there please think about it and ask yourself "Is there a real difference between an Intelligent, responsible male Black athlete and a Modern day Green Cotton Chasing House Nigga Athlete? And if so where are the Mama's/ Mothers out in the for front dealing with these issues while their athletic sons brutalize women and children and because of there prestigious position (House Nigga status) they get away with it without any real resolution or repercussions.
Whats the Solution and Resolution to our problematic ills you ask?
Again and again I will teach it until I can't teach No More. The solution is our Mama's and grandmother's and the entire black female race is the only resolution to our ills. It's going to take our female queens going back to the principles of old our ancient Matriarchal traditions of our ancient ancestral heritage to resurrect and revitalize and heal our communities. This and this alone will stop the violence and mayhem that the white devil systematically feeds and capitalizes off of within our families and communities worldwide.
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This Monday “The Literary Corner” brings you the Fierce Faces, Cat-Walkers & Face Beaters from the Runway straight to you. Our guest panelist this week: Model Takisha Henderson, her passion for modeling is now a career with a drive that is unstoppable. Face Beater Takia Ross CEO. of Accessmatized, has been using her passion for make-up to enhance women's natural beauty for over 5 yrs.
Model-Kelsey Messinger is a Young, Fresh Face, with a Fierce walk to match! Model-Kristen Sims is only 13 yrs. old & has modeled for ELLE & Vogue! Model-Sabrina Miller, is tearing it down as she Werks for the Runway! IT’S A MODEL’S LIFE!!!
EVERY Monday we bring you the BEST in the Business and this week is no different, on Monday 08/25/14 from 8:00 to 10:00 PM EST, Check us out as we broadcast a Models Life & discuss how they make it WERK! Call In @ (347) 884-8924 or listen from you’re computer & chat with other listeners at http://tobtr.com/s/6820867