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The stigma behind homosexual Public display of affection (PDA) is relentless. For any straight couple, walking down the high street holding hands would not be of any issue, but you are looking at a completely different set of rules if you are gay holding your partners hand. Its ludicrous, we live in a age when it is seen as ignorant not accept homosexuality. Despite the views of others homosexuality is up close and in your face.
Double Standards in the world of homosexuality, when the public sees 2 women showing open displays of affection such as kissing it is some what ok, bit if 2 men lock lips some may want to cause harm because it is 2 men.
Let's talk about it.
What is the deal with the PDA, Public Displays of Affection; Hand Holding, Cuddling, Kissing, all of the little cute things we do with our mate, displayed publicly for all to see. Do we love it, like it, hate it, participate in it? What are our views on Public Displays of Affection - Tonite on Silent Words Unleashed, hosted by Robert Drakes, produced by LJM
Yo wasup and welcome to another episode of Rockafellaz Radio.
Today we will be on the topic of Display of Public Affection. Now we know in the straight community this is something that is seen often. But when it comes to the gay community, its a whole different ball game. Why is it so hard for some to be affectionate with their lover or spouse in public? Not saying there has to be aggressive affection, but what of holding hands or a small kiss.
Then there are those that dont like to be in public at all with their lover or spouse. Yes it happens. Ever want to go out somewhere with you boyfriend, like the movies or out to eat? Then he comes up with some excuse as to why he doesn't want to go, when the real truth is he is either, ashamed, embarrassed or afraid to be seen in public with another guy. Or is it because you are too feminne.
I would like you all to discuss with me some of your stories while we talk about todays topic.
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On this episode of Synergy of Life: Holistic Health and Wellness Radio Show, Mikial New Bey and Don Blake Jr. will discuss the healh benefits of love and affection. They will also discuss what does the phrase "making love" means versus how the physical perception of sex depletes your energy in life and is unfulfilling. You can call in with your questions and comments at (914)338-0665. You can also watch them live in the studio at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/who-has-the-power-radio-network .
So far they have talked about what is the difference between love and affection, what turns a woman on and what turns a man on. On this episode of Synergy of Life Holistic Health and Wellness Radio, Mikial New and Don Blake Jr. will continue their series on Love and Affection by discussing the difference between healthy sexual activity versus unhealthy toxic sexual activity. You can call in with your questions and comments at (914)338-0665. You can also watch them live in the studio on UStream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/who-has-the-power-radio-network .
We pre-empt our regular "Secular Sunday" episodes of controversial, thought-provoking debates, lectures and authors with this special "The Assault on Public Education."
Program Summary 31 August 2014
This is a special program on the corporate attempt to take over and privatize our public schools with Charter Schools. The show will expose how the "reform" movement under Obama's "Race to the Top" is being used as a guise to bring about this privatization of our public schools. You'll learn how they're doing it, who's behind it and what you can do about it.
Hear journalist/blogger Jonathan Pelto and school counselor Christine Ladd about the privatization of our public schools which is being driven by government, corporations and billionaire foundations ( Gates, Broad & Walton foundations) They discuss the impact on schools, teachers and students and how it's being done. The methods used to turn our public schools over to private, for profit charter schools are Obama's Race to the Top, the Common Core State Standards and the tests that go along with them, and teacher evaluation based on these test scores. It's scandalous and being supported by both political parties. Jonathan Pelto's blog has a wealth of information about the privatization assault in Connecticut: www.jonathanpelto.org
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Public Aid, the money issued by the government to women who have no adequate means to support their children, was meant as a temporary emergency fund until the women were able to find employment. Unfortunately, for many uneducated women who had children in high school, the low paying jobs for which they were eligible paid less than their Public Aid checks. The Welfare system quickly became a way of life, as unmarried teen motherhood and a life on public aid was passed down generation to generation. Unless the father of her child had a job that paid more than her monthly check, a mother often made the financial decision to stay single rather than have her aid check discontinued ifshe got married. Now, with the urban crisis of single mothers, absent fathers, broken families, gangs replacing sports teams and youth organizations in communities, gang wars over drug turf, and senseless gun violence taking innocent lives, its time to examine the root of the problem - the breakddwn of marriage and family. Has giving public aid to women discouraged couples from getting married? Let's stop talking about how "men are the maintiners of women" and face the reality of what has happened. How do we use our collective economic power to finance independent businesses that would empower the men to marry their babies mothers, take care of their families and regain the respect of their children?