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Tonight we are going to be talking about forbidden love affair you guy's know what I am talking about poeple that are married and have a side piece, preachers with all kinds of girl friends , men and women who know they are to old to be dating someone that is in their early 20's Tune in tonight from 7pm to 9pm see you there
Thursday's night show is about The Forbidden Fruit radio show! Yes, we will discuss the idea behind "The Forbidden Fruit radio show". Many of our listeners wanted to know the story and the meaning behind the title and the, now famous, Apple Brain logo. We will clear all of that up. Along with that, we will discuss other taboos in America and the world. What is your Forbidden fruit? Nothing is Forbidden on tonight's show. We want to hear from you. Don't
Never in a million years did you imagine you'd be involved with a married man/woman. You always thought to yourself "I could not and would not ever be one of those home wrecking men/women!" I don't believe in extramarital affairs, as it's all about self control! Do these thoughts/feelings sound familiar to you? Have you now found youself in the situation you'd thought you'd never be in? Are you "caught up
The Joy of Joy Redmond!! Author and Writer will be our featured guest on tonight's show!! Her books can be found at: http://www.facebook.com/booksbyjoy as well as on the webisite: http://solsticepublishing.com/
Plus all of our greats and many many more!!
7:30-9:30 PM Tonight!!
On June 19th, 1865, slaves in Texas found out that they were FREE...Woo Hoo! Only thing, this was 2 1/2 years after President Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation freed slaves everywhere else. I guess good news travels slow. Facebook was only 139 years away...damn! Join us here on the FRUIT as we celebrate with Texas on getting the word. How do you celebrate Juneteenth?
Don't miss it, this could be fun!
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Join The Gist of Freedom, Thursday February 13th, as we welcome author Betty DeRamus, our guest for a special show in honor of Black History Month and Valentine’s Day, ! Betty will talk about her first book, Forbidden Fruit: Love Stories from the Underground Railroad, a collection of true stories about enslaved couples—and a few interracial ones—who took extraordinary steps to avoid being separated during the slavery era.
Betty's book Celebrates the Black men and women who fought to preserve their relationships during the slavery era. These romantic and heart- wrenching stories come to life in author Betty DeRamus’s two acclaimed non-fiction books. Forbidden Fruit: Love Stories from the Underground Railroad (Atria 2005) and Freedom by Any Means: True Stories of Cunning and Courage on the Underground Railroad (Atria 2009.
Forbidden Fruit is a collection of true stories about black couples (and a few interracial ones) who defied mobs, bloodhounds, bounty hunters and bullets to avoid being separated by slave masters, distance and time. Wrote author Herb Boyd: “Betty DeRamus has tapped a heretofore unknown vein of Black culture: love stories from the Underground Railroad.”
The book’s characters include a free black man who voluntarily became a slave to remain with his enslaved wife, and a runaway slave who carried his ailing wife to freedom on his back. Forbidden Fruit spent 9 months on Essence Magazine’s bestseller list. It also has been used as a textbook at Queen's College, New York, and John Jay College, New York: Memphis, Tennessee's LeMoyne-Owen College, Livonia, Michigan's Schoolcraft College, and numerous other Michigan schools.
Sometimes couples love are forbidden for whatever reasons by their fam, loved ones, friends, co-workers and others. What kind of pressure do these couples experience during the holiday season which is symbolic of love & togetherness. We are in the midst of the holiday shopping season and some have not even started shopping for their signinficant others so let's continue talking bout shopping for that perfect romantic gift regardless of stage of relationship. Of course we can also talk
Ah, love... falling in love is so blissful. Everything is enchanting, and life seems grand. But, one day you realize that the person is flawed, just like you. What do you do? You try to change the person, you bitch and complain, and you do all the things rather than what is really needed; Get rid of the person.
Ok, maybe that was a bit harsh. WE don't have to separate, at least not permanently.
Head Nurse Mikester will be hosting this show from the ballroom dance studio in Columbus, Ohio. Only she can say if she has danced the forbidden dance (the lambada) while on vacation. Meanwhile, Soundmistress sits out the dance contest as her scabies flares up again.
Joining us will be the lovely Miss Sandra Furr with her pick for this week's Concrete Carpet, and we'll send another schmo away in shame as Slut of the Week.
This installment of The Forbidden Fruit radio show will ask and play with the question, "Is Atheism a Religion?" Where does the Devil fit in, if at all? Would you attend a weekly Atheism service? You just left religion and now you are enjoying sleeping in on Sunday's if you like. Why would you trade worshiping an invisible God on Sunday mornings for not worshiping an invisible God on those very same Sunday mornings? I don't believe in the Spagetti Monster, but I wish I would catch myself getting up on any morning, meeting up with other non believers of the Great Spagetti Monster and singing "Oh How Great Thou Aren't" hymns.
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