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Ask yourself: Do you discriminate based on sex? Do you stereotype the opposite sex because of something you experienced, heard or simply look for the negative? We've all had bad experiences with those of the opposite sex but do you yet categorized into the following: "women are hoes and men are dogs".
Since women's lib, women have been afforded the opportunity to work in a so called "man's world" and are doing it. But has it cost us relationship? Many of our men are incarcerated, have lost their jobs and some carry "the momma's boy syndrome.. Has that effected the way men deem themselves as the man of the house or the bread winners in the household?
I believe we have work to do in order for neither of the sexes to judge, put down, stereotype, etc... why? because many things are individualized though we have been effected in a genera sense.
Let's talk tonight about Sexism, feminism and chauvinism on Real Talk Radio! We're ready... LET'S GO!
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We always hear about how women fight for equal rights.
Sure, there is a reason for it. Very good reasons, of course. However, women don't necessarily have it harder in all ways, & reverse sexism exists as well.
We talk about that, double standards, hypocricy, and why...if you're a girl, at the very least, you have an easier time getting into any bar, club, party, or event.
Joke aside, this is likely true. : ) We discuss.
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A male buddy of mine acctually approached me with this topic. As a woman a lot of sexism goes in one ear and out the other, but paying close attention to what's said, what's assumed, from people both inside AND out of the hobby, men AND women, still says a lot of it exists!
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Please join us as we discuss the racism and sexism in the Atheist community. I fully concur with a blog written by N. Washington in which she states, “We” Only Do “Diversity” When We Want to: Atheist Silence & the Day of Solidarity for Black Non-believers.
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They're Killing Black People (Physically, mentally, emotionally, financially, etc.) They face:
Police brutality, last hired/first fired, AIDs, germ warfare, worst schools, lack of bank loans, terrible black politicians, Malaraia death, poorest communities in America/Canada/England/Europe, self hate taught by schools/most religions/movies, etc. African nations are the poorest in the world, highest levels of suicide/homelessness/depression, disproportionately makeup America's homeless populations, darker natives are being violently or sexually erased (from Hawaii, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, etc).
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This newest addition to the Black Whole Radio family of shows is hosted by Nazeerah Hanifah Parker and focuses on educating and empowering our younger people, specifically our young women. Join her as she openly discusses many of the issues that the youth face today like racism, sexism, and classism. "Future Queens" is committed to helping our princesses become the women they will need to grown into in order to rule the kingdom they will soon inherit.
SHOW NOTES: Full disclosure, Ms. Edythe Heslip (née Edythe Eulalia Boyd, Anderson Heslip, June 25, 1924 - March 3, 2010) was my paternal grandmother and an incredibly powerful person.
She was one of the most forceful personalities I have ever encountered and she lived vividly, vibrantly and entirely her way. There was not a joke left untold, a dance left uncompleted or a good time missed in her life. I miss her terribly and she shaped much of my perspective and tenacity in life. She always said, "Go for it Girl!" with such certainty that you never doubted what was possible. I used to call her right after every national and international television show I did (she loved to watch me on CNN, MSNBC and FOX News) from the limo and she was the best critic and fan. She insisted that I get in as many big smiles as possible and not yield to anyone else (to let them drown me out). She died several years ago and suffered from Alzheimer's at the end of her time here.
She was stubborn in the best sense of the word and was someone whose zest for life and personal power ensured her the best possible life (although she faced intense racism, sexism and societal forces that tried their best to deny her what she wanted). She demanded to be treated with respect and she was. Don't take my word for it. Please read this interview with her in the archives at Baylor University at http://digitalcollections.baylor.edu/cdm/ref/collection/buioh/id/2616. My grandmother and her sister, my Great-Aunt Marjorie Pryor (who was another phenomenal human being that I share about in other programs), were truly originals.
She always said, "You Get No More Out Of Life Than You Demand." She meant it. She did it. You can to.
Has the benefits of the special laws become a blanket shield for bad behavior by the protected? For example: If a homosexual individual tries to make an advance, there is a hesitance to press sexual harrassment charges for fear that there will be an outrage against "homophobia" rather than getting the details of the case to adequately prosecute the CRIME. Or a woman makes a false allegation of rape, and although the details of the case clearly show the trickery, time is spent "investiating" for fear of an outcry of sexism and discrimination. The need for government protection for certain special interest groups and special classes is indeed a real one, but the raison d'etre for these laws must be protected from misuse for the good of the communities for which they were implemented. Join in tonight at 10:30 pm EST with your thoughts. Call in at 347-327-9967.