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Today we take a look at the similarities between PFS and castration, long term effects of castration and how that might inform PFS victims of what to expect in the future.
If you (or a loved one) would like to share your story with PFS Global Support, please email host Adam Held at firstname.lastname@example.org. A science teacher at New Trier Township High School in Winnetka, Ill. (whose alumni include Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Harvard Law School Dean Martha Minow, investigative journalist John Stossel, author Scott Turow and actor Bruce Dern) Adam has been living with PFS since July 2011.
Today we celebrate the Resurrection of the strongest Man that ever lived. That strong Man had strong disciples, men of conviction and faith, who followed Him in spirit and in truth. Two millennia later, the Christian church- at least, in the Black community- is full of women, and the men within lack conviction and strength. What the heck happened? We'll talk about it on Resurrection Sunday- in The Barbershop!
The social oppression and castration of black men is rooted in race and gender. Intersectional theories that explicitly or implicitly suggest that black men are privileged by gender are thus flawed. Black men, instead, are also the victims of “gendered racism.”
Indeed, there is a gender analysis implicit in the notion that white supremacy “castrates” black
men – castration itself is an act of gendered racism. Historically, blackmen have thus been targeted for certain types of treatment – including castration – because they are both black and male. Therefore, although men constitute the dominant and privileged group within American society, black men convey a “subordinated masculinity.” Black masculinity
as a subordinated form of masculinity arises because the interplay between racial and socioeconomic prejudices prevents black males, as individuals, from reaping the full benefits of male class privilege.
The legal system, moreover, has served as a primary instrument of oppression, carving out the racialized sphere of subordinated masculinity. According to critical race theorists, the law does not merely reflect,
mediate, and arbitrate preexisting race relations. Rather, the law “constitutes, constructs and produces races and race relations in a way that supports” white racial power and subordination. The transformative powerof law in shaping race relations is reflected in a 1697 Pennsylvania statute that imposed the penalty of castration for a black man who attempted
When should patients start asking about involving an oncologist in their care, how can we manage quality of life issues while being treated for advanced, metastatic, and castration-resistant prostate cancer? We are discussing how to manage advanced and late stage prostate cancer with Dr Maha Hussain and panelists. The panel of Mike Scott, Tony Crispino, Richard Davis and Jan Manarite, will also be touching upon the results of important clinical trials from the upcoming GU oncology meeting.
Dr. Maha Hussain is a tenured Professor of Medicine and Urology at the University of Michigan. She is the Associate Director for Clinical Research at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center (UMCC), the Co-Leader of its Prostate Cancer/GU Oncology Program and the Associate Chief for Clinical Research at the Division of Hematology/ Oncology. Dr. Hussain is an internationally renowned clinical researcher and an expert in genitourinary malignancies particularly prostate and bladder cancers.
JOIN OUR BELOVED BROTHER AND HOST BRO. KARRIEM N. MUHAMMAD AS HE WILL SPEAK WITH THE MOTHER OF BABY ASHTON RHODES ABOUT HOW AT 3 MONTHS OLD HE WAS CASTRATED WHILE RECEIVING A ROUTINE CIRCUMCISION IN MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. WE WILL BE JOINED BY MS. MAGGIE RHODES, (mother). DR. RANDY SHORT , AND ATTORNEY DENNIS C. SWEET. CALL IN TO LISTEN OR JOIN IN THE CONVERSATION 646-716-597.
Masoretic text, (from Hebrew masoreth, “tradition”), traditional Hebrew text of the Jewish Bible, meticulously assembled and codified, and supplied with diacritical marks to enable correct pronunciation. This monumental work was begun around the 6th century ad and completed in the 10th by scholars at Talmudic academies in Babylonia and Palestine, in an effort to reproduce, as far as possible, the original text of the Hebrew Old Testament. Their intention was not to interpret the meaning of the Scriptures but to transmit to future generations the authentic Word of God. To this end they gathered manuscripts and whatever oral traditions were available to them. The Masoretic text that resulted from their work shows that every word and every letter was checked with care. They called attention to strange spellings and unusual grammar and noted discrepancies in various texts. Since texts traditionally omitted vowels in writing, the Masoretes (introduced vowel signs) to guarantee correct pronunciation.
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