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Join us TONIGHT on DiLT, and meet "Blissfully Unmarried" cast members: Teddy Ames, Kinda Stroud and Asaki Kuruma. "Blissfully Unmarried" is an independent film written and produced by filmmaker Derrick Shaw of Ruby Street Productions, starring Dante "DaDarkKnight' Johnson. And later, the DiLT team will respond to riveting letters from listeners who are "living a lie". Join Dante "DaDark Knight", Darla Jerome, Sharra and Cookie, as we entertain you with a unique brand of talk show topics and humor. Sunday May 26th at 7PM EST
Are both parents always the “best” parent for their children? Today, Glenn Barker, Executive Director of The ManKind Project, Dr. Marvin Thompson, Educator and Founder of Empower ED LLC and Chloé Taylor Brown connect with Sheila Peltzer, President of KN2P (Kids Need 2 Parents) to discuss her mission of Shared Parenting and her work to change custody laws to maximize the time children spend with both parents. Sheila Peltzer has worked for the past 7 years to make "rebuttable presumed shared parenting" the standard in family law. This 75 year-old grandmother says, “I will continue to work till I'm 100 to make it finally happen.”
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What are you doing this Valentine Weekend???
If you're in the Twin Cities, get yourself to our Talk Shows on LOVE this Friday at 7pm. We have 2 locations:
RCCG STRONG TOWER PARISH MN, 697 Ave, NE Minneapolis, Mn 55413
Hilton Minneapolis Bloomington, 3900 American Blvd West, Bloomington, Mn 55437
Both venues have free entry so no worries or excuses folks ????
We will be having REAL TALK on living Fun& Fulfilled Lives either Single or Married so be sure to join us.
We will be having a live Recording of the Moby Sugar's Croonings that day too so this should be fun ????????
See y'all on Friday! Let's swap tales....
There are men in the Americas who refuse to get married. To some these men are called MGTOW. They may be known as other things. I need the audience to know that there are more unmarried persons than married persons in this country for the first time ever maybe. (I say maybe because stats were not always kept) Unmarried people took over in 2014. What this is about is determining what does marriage mean to us in 2015. Is it a good thing? Are divorce laws fair? Things of that nature.
Dr. Johnson, who is an unmarried father of two, has more advice for the fairer sex, which he delivered in a lecture entitled “For Sisters Only” earlier this year. In the video, which is also posted on YouTube, the supposed clinical psychologist told a Brooklyn-based classroom full of adult black women that a black woman’s vag*na “is the back root to her unconscious mind” and that women who desire wild sex have mental issues. More specifically on that point, he says the following:
“The more violent you are during sex, the greater the likelihood your unconscious issues are not dealt with. Yes!!!! Women who scream more, want to be beat on, women who want the man to engage them as if it was a rape…I met one brother the other day, who was like, ‘Brother Umar, help me out. I was making love to this sister and she was bad. And then she just started talking in another language and grabbing stuff and punching me in the back… And I was like, ‘Damn. Are you a woman or a man…’ Unconscious energy. If you want all of that, it is because you got issues…”
Or it is possible that you just like “freaky” sex, including role playing and S&M and that you just had an orgasm? But these ol’ Mistas-from-the-Color-Purple-acting dudes don’t want to know anything about making that kitten purr – they just want lay on a girl and do their business.
The modern welfare system seems to have resurrected a pattern of behavior that was designed to destroy emotional ties between men, women and children in order to breed human beings for sale on the market. The plantation stud. Back in slavery times, this was a virile young man assigned by the plantation owner to have sex with a female chosen by the plantation owner in order to impregnate her. Once she was pregnant, the stud was then reassigned to another female, to have sex with her until she became pregnant. This business, known as "slave breeding" became popular once the United States outlawed the importation of Africans on slave ships. Without new arrivals, plantation owners had to create a system of breeding children for farm workers or for sale by creating an emotionally detached sexual relationship between enslaved men and women. This way, fathers would have no bond with their children, they often didn't know which children were theirs. The enslavedmen lost the instinct to protect and provide for a family, they were conditioned to be only driven by sex. They would therefore offer no resistance when the child or the mother was sold, beaten, or otherwise abused as a slave. Is the modern day phenomenon of emotionally detached men with multiple women and children a resurrection of the plantation stud? How do we correct this destruction of our family cultural values?
The One Mic Stand with SimplyNay is writing a new chapter. We are producing shows that uplift the voices of what we believe embody as the feminine spirit, whether masculine or feminine centered. In our first episode, our host Rasp explores how you deal with being a woman over 40 or under 40? What it is like being unmarried? What are the experiences of the dating scene? As well as how one feels wthout having biological children? What do women really want? Maybe, the answers aren't as difficult they seem! Join us to find out these answers and many more.
The One Mic Stand with SimplyNay is writing a new chapter. We are producing shows that uplift the voices of what we believe embody as the feminine spirit, whether masculine or feminine centered. Join our host Rasp as she explores what women really want? Whether your a woman over 40 or under 40 lets hear about what you really want? What it is like being unmarried? What are the experiences of the dating scene? How does it feel to be with or without biological children? What do women really want? Maybe, the answers aren't as difficult as they seem! What is it thats makes women keep holding on to pain? When is enough, really enough? Why do women settle for second best for themselfs? What about women that abuse women? How do you leave an abusive relationship? Finding resource in times of need? What happens when she or he walks out on you? Becoming an whole person is possible! These are some of many topics we will be exploring on this show every Sunday 8-9 pm . Join us to find out these answers and many more...
How critical are the differences between marriage vs shacking up? What about preparation and examination of your potential 'life partner' in the capacity of 'life partner'? What are the benefits or simply affects of going into marriage with a blind practicality vs having done some true 'test driving'? Before making your supposed life long purchase. Does shacking up truly help us vet out unsustainable surprises and red flags?
So he breaks up with his girlfriend, then jumps right into something new, but still has and expresses strong feelings for the one he just broke up with?!? Guys what's da deal with that? Do we have this tendency? Is this a male thing? What does this say about us and our true feelings towards the respective women?
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Our History of Christianity Scripture verse today is 1 Timothy 5:3 which reads: "Honour widows that are widows indeed."
Our History of Christianity quote today is from Ignatius of Antioch. He said: "But it is fitting for both men and women who marry to form their union with the approval of the bishop, that their marriage may be according to God, and not after their own lust."
Today, in the History of Christianity, we are looking at "Christian Life" (Part 9) from Dr. Justo L. Gonzalez's fine book, The Story of Christianity (Volume 1).
The Organization of the Church (Part 2)
When speaking of women in the early church, mention should be made of the particular role of widows. The book of Acts says that the primitive church helped support the widows in its midst. This was in part an act of obedience to the repeated Old Testament injunction to care for the widow, the orphan, the poor, and the sojourner. But it was also a matter of practical necessity, for a widow deprived of means of support either had to remarry or to seek refuge with her children. In either case, if the new husband or the child was not a Christian, the widow would be severely limited in her Christian life. Therefore, it soon became customary for the church to support its widows, and to give them particular responsibilities. In an earlier broadcast, the story was told of a widow whose ministry was such that she enraged the pagans, and therefore became a martyr. Other widows devoted themselves to the instruction of catechumens. Eventually, the meaning of the word "widow" within the church changed and came to refer not just to a woman whose husband had died but also to any unmarried woman who was supported by the community and who in turn performed some particular functions within it...
It has been proven that fewer and fewer people are tying the knot, and a new study reveals just how much marriage rate has declined in the last century. People often wonder why some of us get married, especially now that it is obvious that there is decline in marriage; Dr. Flanagan, an American psychologist suggests that, people get married ‘because we want someone who can be a student of us, and the reason why we get unmarried is that, over the time, the students become teachers and no one is ready to learn, also by forgetting to tend to one another’…. Therefore, it is within our civil responsibility to the society that we address this issue together.
Many changes in the last half century have played massive effect on marriage and divorce rates...
If you've listened to LOVEOLOGY for any length of time, it is clear that there is a specific language we use when referring to the unmarried life. For instance, we say "unmarried" not "single". There is also an emphasis on establishing the value of being unmarried as more than just an in between to marriage. There is such power in the unmarried state, and Apostle Daryl's message to the unmarried is something that has forever transformed my life and the way I look at being an unmarried woman. Listen in this week as he shares his powerful, compelling and thought-provoking "Message to the Unmarried".
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