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This week, my co-hosts and I, will to take a look at chivalry and ask, Is chivalry really dead? Are men still being men and not boys, and opening doors for women, pulling out chairs? Complimenting them when they look nice? Things like that. Has that practice fallen on deaf ear? Has the "Gentlemen" evolved past that, or not enough to still being practicing those things, those little things that every man, every good man should know? We'll talk about it this Sunday, when we're "On-Air" with Sada. And my guest co-host Mista Ecks....See you this Sunday "On-Air".
Chivalry/Chivalrous (adjective): 1. Having the qualities of chivalry, as courage, courtesy, and loyalty. 2. Considerate and courteous to women; gallant.
What ever happened to the act of men opening a door for a woman, or even the simple act of pulling out and holding a chair for a woman to be seated?
In today’s world it seems that the art of dating and courting is GONE. It seems that what we used to call a DATE is now merely a HOOK-UP, which lends to the thought that respectability or chivalry is now a mere figment of our imagination.
On this episode of Hot Topics Talk Radio, we’re going to discuss today’s dating culture, and what is now so different today, versus yesterday.
Our special guest at the top of the show will be Hip-Hop Recording Artist, Billy Bang!!! You can check out Billy Bang, featured in the new hit, "Candy Rain".
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We ask the question, is Chivalry Dead? Well, it seems that the women has given up and settled for just any type of treatment from men. Do women think that the Perfect Gentleman no longer exists. Ladies call in and give us your opinion. 646-716-6296
Is Chivalry dead? Is being a gentlemen a thing of the past?
There was once a time when a man would hold the door, pull out a chair, or give up his seat for a woman. Now, in the 21st century, with the Women's Movement and empowerment, Many men feel like it isn't necessary for a man to exercise these amenities on women. Some women have even complained that they would rather not have a man treat that as so because they feel it shows them as being weak and dependent on men. What do you think?
Join Bryckk and LaKriush as they weigh both sides of the issue. Call in 805-830-8320, press "1" to comment LIVE. Feel free to visit the chat room during the show at www.phonefantasyradio.com. See you on October 19th @ 7pm est.
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Chivalry: The sum of the ideal qualifications of a knight, including courtesy, generosity, valor, and dexterity inarms.
Is this a characteristic thats being looked over in those men who carry them? Do women really seek the disrespectful thug of today? Is the respectful man who opens doors, holds himself and his lady at a high standard and rises to his feet when his lady enters the room considered to be weak?
Do the men who carry these traits have a harder time dating women because they are looked down upon for being respectful?
Join us tonight and let your voice be heard...