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On a crusade of motivation for over ten years, J. Love Benton's first book, Same Gender Loving and Loving IT! is meant for and about black lesbians, yet her overall message of "You Matter" speaks to everyone. J. Love Benton heads three workships, "Love Matters", "Fear No More", and "Bully No More". Her first book Same Gender Loving and Loving IT! is a compliation of facts, stories, hopes, and celebrations of the black lesbian experience including coming out, religion, families, raising children, and most importantly, the relationships black lesbians have with each other.
"Learn why being a Black lesbian embraces the true meaning of courage, strength, and resilience. Become empowered. Be assured that as a Black lesbian you are “It”!"
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Robert FitzGerald, Theoretical Astrologer, and I will have have another interesting discussion on Astrological Gender Roles as they relate to the Hero's Journey.
Robert FitzGerald is the authtor of The Signs of the Times Thisis a fascinating account of how time and history follow an astrological structure. This structure consists of astrological ages that are chronicled from before the Age of Cancer, and the invention of agriculture around the world, to the present end of the Age of Pisces, and the much-prophesied Apocalyptic end of the world. Within this pattern an end-time cycle emerges that explains the Apocalyptic energies that we see around us today. Astrology also promises, in the coming Age of Aquarius, a new golden age and gives us indications of what needs to be done to survive this end-time. ~~~~~Robert FitzGerald is an artist, photographer, and theoretical astrologer. For more than 25 years, he has been pushing the boundaries of astrology into theories of religion, mythology, mathematics, genetics, geology and physics. [Name of your book] reveals a revolutionary vision of history based on the ancient cycles of astrology. His vision of life on this planet promises to change the way humanity looks at history and at the world around us. He grew up in California and now lives and works at Maharishi University of Management in Fairfield, Iowa, a community dedicated to expanding our knowledge of the world by combining spiritual knowledge with the scientific
Thank you for listening to Gender Chat on BlogTalkRaido!
On this episode, we will discuss our intro.
This is just an intro show to tell you what it is about. You can hear the voice of the main host. Jonah/Joanna.
Each show will be recorded at various times till a more permanent time schedule will be decided.
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I hope you will enjoy this new show and future episodes. I love to give advise to anyone that wants it.
If this show goes well, I will open an e-mail so people can send in their questions or personal thoughts about how the show has affected their life.
I am not a doctor or licensed therapist. But I am a good listener. I have helped my friends with their relationships and things look good for them. I hope to help you with not just your relationships, but with any problem you have.
Though most of this info will be repeated on the show, I understand that some people would rather read the info before hearing the show. And then there are people who don't read anything and just listen in. It's all good. I'm just glad you took the time to read this and listen to my show.
My target listeners are for all adult genders. Male, Female, and Transgenders.
A little bit about me. My name is Jonah I also go by Joanna. I am a Sweet Transvestite, (I do love the Rocky Horror Picture Show. LOL!) Living in a small growing city in central America where the population varies. I do have a weird since of humor, but I chose not to show it on the show. My input is searious and real. And I hope to make your day a better one.
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In 2015, do gender roles still exist?
Are there times when a man or woman should "know their place?"
Are men the only ones who should propose marriage? Is it socially acceptable for a woman to propose? What do you think if you see a woman on her knees proposing to her man?
Tune in tonight to see if a woman should know her place!
Also, CEE'S BACK!!! CALCULUS IS OVER - just in time for gender wars with Logic! Should be fun!!
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I want to discuss this topic because it hits very close to home for me and a lot of other couples and single groups alike. Personally I see semi-decent relationships and those teetering on the brink of destruction because of simply failing to acknowledge one another's short comings in the past that have caused issues in a relationship like lack of trust, mutual satisfaction, communication and of course I could keep going. The point of this episode is to start at the source and build in a positive way, so stay tuned because it's going to get interesting.
THE HUMAN AGENDA: Conversations about Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity with author Joe Wenke
Despite the progress in the movement toward marriage equality, the LGBTQI community continues to face difficult, and often heartbreaking, odds. Gay and lesbian youth are four times more likely than their peers to attempt suicide. Nearly half of transgender teens have contemplated suicide and a quarter has made an attempt, according to The Trevor Project. Adoption equality and second-parent rights are still blocked in many states, and legislators in Oklahoma and Alabama have tried to introduce laws that make it legal to discriminate against gays and lesbians. Perhaps most disturbing of all, homicide rates for transgender women account for 45 percent of all hate murders, according to GLAAD.
Joe Wenke thinks there is a better way. By opening up discussions about our shared humanity and experiences, Wenke is getting people to talk with, not at, each other and leaving the rancor and divisiveness behind, beginning with his book THE HUMAN AGENDA: Conversations about Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity. For this collection of frank conversations about growing up, coming out, finding your identity, family, marriage, parenting, careers and so much more.
For more information visit: http://joewenke.org/the-human-agenda.html
For as long as I can remember, relationships have always ended bad and as a matter of fact those who wanted to end a relationship would always do so at that time. For some the ending had to be created in order to end it. The sad part of this entire exercise is that it was never necessary and there is a more rational reason but one many refuse to acknowledge and all will have a major problem with.
Not that any relationships are like any of these examples but let’s use them anyway to possibly help you better come to terms with why relationships must not only end but is necessary for them to end. When you feel it is time to purchase a new car, you travel down to the automotive dealer pick out your next vehicle and either trade the other one in or sell it to another owner. When you out grow your clothes you pass them down to another or give them away to charity. When you have out grown your shoes, you do the same with them as well as anything else. As you age your taste for certain foods change and you miss it but it is nothing you must have to survive. In other words, you outgrow your favorite suit, best fitting dress, well-worn shoes and most dependable vehicle, when these stages come, you now see it as a good thing to move on. The same can be said about relationships.
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