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Health: Men's health and Women's health are really the same thing! A simple look at what we all need.
Media: What does it mean to be a man or woman today? Has the ideal of being a man created the fake machismo we see today? Has the ideal of a woman led to a submissive role played by all women today?
Tough Guise- Documentary by Jackson Katz - We will explore where this guise of manhood can be seen in men today
Killing Us Softly- Documentary by Jean Kilbourne - Why does media portray women as objects to be desired and owned? Why do women keep up with the illusion?
Book Review: The Infinte Mind by Dr Valerie Hunt
Journey through professional wrestling history with opinions and insights from your favorite hosts of Beyond The Kayfabe! Join Aditya Putcha on Wednesday, January 21st at 8:30 PM PST for the first Rewind of 2015! The late, great Eddie Guerrero dazzled us throughout the 80's, 90's, and early 2000's with his incomparable charisma, never say die attitude, and Latino machismo! Hop into that DeLorean as we Lie, Cheat, and Steal our way back through time!
Nesse programa, irei falar sobre:1) O clima de desânimo e acidentes desse carnaval.2) Como identificar a agenda comunista mais sutil.3) Grupos que confundem machismo com misoginia.Não percam!!!
TONIGHT WE BACK ON AT 6:00pst WITH ONE OF THE BEST SHOWS EVER WE GOT THE HEAVY HITTERS IN THE BULLY GAME SPEAKING ON WHAT THEY GOT GOING ON ,D BULLYSHOP BULLIES THE OWNER OF "SOUR DIESEL" ,AND DEON HALL OF FAME BULLIES WITH HIS "MACHISMO" THESE DOGMEN GOT FIRE!!!HEAR WHAT THE GOT COMING UP ,ALSO WE WILL BE GIVING U THE UPDATE ON TOMORROWS SHOW IN LAS VEGAS THROWIN BY SILVERSTATE PETSHOP GOING DOWN AT CRAIG PARK.PLUS A UPDATE ON THE UNITY BULLY SHOW COMING UP ON MAY 24TH .CALL IN TO JOIN US @ 347-945-6512
This episode of Kiler Davenport Live is a pre-recorded Interview with -- Eric Crow Daven:
Writer, Author, Poet
Born and raised in Brooklyn, East New York, Eric has seen first hand the difference between moving a product and becoming the product. Eric has spent the last few years of his life becoming the product.
In 2002, he put his pen and his love for poetry seriously and joins a poetry troupe called “Machismo Redefined”. He became one of the founding members along side John "Chance" Acevedo and Nathan Pearson, performing at multiple poetry venues including the world-famous Nuyorican Poets Café. He has published and distributed his first poetry book and soundtrack entitled “Blank Pages”.
In 2003, he got the chance of a lifetime to perform a poem that he co-written with his friend, Sean Pamp for the NBA All-Star game on ESPN. In 2008, he published his second poetry book entitled “Windows to my Past”, and created a soundtrack in which he made available on iTunes.com. In 2009, Eric released his third poetry book entitled “Sinning on my way to Church”.
In 2012, Eric has set forth his fourth and maybe his final poetry book "The Search for Substance";and he has added the title of Creator and Executive Producer with the creation of his first internet show "THE CIPHER". With his eye on the future and soon to be release short story book and a series of children books, the future is merely a few words away.
Last month, a powerful panel of men gathered to explore the need for balance and the ability to grow and express one’s self. The conversation continues in this new year and these brothers say it’s time to stop hiding. Hiding from what? The machismo silence forced on our brothers is not only harming them, but also the families who love them. The cost of closed off hearts is negatively impacting the family.
We are a safe space for men to explore their emotional side. We have a panel of men rejoining Life Coach Ade to share their wisdom, experiences and insights:
Cazembe Abena, R.M. is a certified Reiki Master, Energy Worker, Empath and Channeler. (Can be found on Facebook)
Ashende Amun is a CSL (Centers for Spiritual Living) Practitioner, an Urban Mystic, Occultist, Soul filled artist/poet and Spiritual activist. (Can be found on Facebook)
Joe Kelly is an author known primarily for books about fathering. He is best known for the book Dads & Daughter. (Can be found at www.TheDadMan.com)
Gregory E. Woods, Dawn Wolf is a musician, writer, a social activist and a Keeper of Stories. (Can be found on Facebook)
Call in 347 426 3346 or post your questions on "Ask Life Coach Ade Radio Show" fan (LIKE) page on Facebook.
For more information about Life Conversations Radio visit www.LifeConversationsMedia.com
Join LeoNard on a special holiday edition of The Liebster Loft as he welcomes Kent and Chuck, two best friends, and the creators of 30 or Something, the sleek, comedic, introspective, blast out from the pack blog that chronicles the male thirty-something experience from a very unique perspective, minus the psuedo machismo, with candor, warmth and wit, described as "highly complex, a little volatile, and seldom explored."
Discussing regrets, fears, hopes, dreams, and holiday memories, and more, on the Loft!
Tonight at 8pm ET on Ernest Radio Network, it's The Ernest Experience Radio Show.
In the first set, your host Ernest talks about the finale of the CBS game show Big Brother 15. This was, by far, the most controversial year of the show, laced with racism, homophobia, machismo, bigotry, and more. Who did what, and what's to come for everyone now?
In the second set, Ernest defends Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" as not being a "rape song". The very term sounds ridiculous. Ernest will give you more examples of songs that could be construed as rape songs, but should they? And who really is singing about rape, and gets ignored?
All this plus NPR news, weather.com 3-day forecast, and music throughout the show by Solange! Don't miss it!
No crime is as horrific, as mesmerizingly perplexing, as a child's murder at the hands of a parent. In most cases, the perpetrator is the father. A veteran journalist explores five examples of "family annihilators" in this troubling snapshot of American crime twisted by the dark trajectory of machismo in economically stressful times. Her research includes some fifty in-depth interviews of victims' friends and family, an examination of police files, and detailed profiles of the researchers who track these "killer dads." She also presents experts' theories on the causes that drive men to commit these heinous acts-ranging from economic pressures, the stress of perceived failure, and distorted egos, to the disturbing statistics on abuse of adopted children by step-fathers and the connection between murder and pregnancy. Finally, she discusses factors in contemporary society that may foster such crimes, and measures we can and should be taking to prevent them. Well-researched and often-shocking, Killer Dads provides disturbing insights into the dark forces that can turn family dynamics into the worst imaginable nightmare. KILLER DADS-The Twisted Drive That Compels Fathers To Murder Their Own Kids-Mary Papenfuss
Tonight at 11:30pm on Smart Mark Pro Wrestling Radio we will have WCW/WWE Referee Billy Silverman plus bruiser jr, jay thomas, samuel farmer, the hebrew hammer joseph swartz. alcatraz aka on fb as manuel zamora, and onemankru anthony sanners tonight is gonna be a packed event. so make sure to tune in. and see what your host Mr. Karn,Charles Stone and The buckeye Big Mouth. and we will have as a bonus we will have some black machismo impressions done by our very own charles stone.. the phone number is 347-838-9011 www.smartmarkprowrestlingradio.com
Domingo Martinez is the author of The Boy Kings of Texas, a searing look at growing up under the influences of both poverty and machismo. Domingo’s boarder-town family enjoyed few financial resources but produced a rich mixture of memorable personalities that will keep you turning pages until the end.
Join us for a glimpse into this little known corner of our country—where cultures collide to produce a compelling blend of struggle, tenacity, and love.
Sports. Guns. Some things scream machismo. This week, AudioFiles takes a look at a few worlds where men and masculinity are the standard and how that's changing. We’ll learn about gun culture in Missouri and visit an old world "guy hang out" amidst a gentrifying neighborhood. We'll also meet a woman who helps boys from rough neighborhoods become college men through boxing and books. We'll also speak to performer, Cherry Pitz, about the conversation that brought her to burlesque.
Guitarist Justin King joins us for a LIVE set in the studio.