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Tariq Nasheed Thread: (07/08/10 - Estrogen Spirit In Men)

Started Jul 8, 2010 0 Replies

Not sure how many of you have heard of Tariq but:Tariq Nasheed is a controversial author, radio host, and television and online personality.…Continue

Book Suggestion: The Manipulated Man

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jack Parrish Apr 25, 2011. 6 Replies

Has anyone read this? Someone told me I should give it a shot…Continue

Does Your Woman Routinely Ask You To Go To Church With Her?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Nick H Dec 8, 2009. 34 Replies

I am sure many men have issues with this. Especially if the church doesn't offer an early service. Couldn't fathom missing football for Church.No disrespect to any of my religious individuals out…Continue

 

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Jack Parrish replied to KidKash202's discussion Book Suggestion: The Manipulated Man
"I'd like to bump this as it's the only thread I can find on Vilar using the search feature.    I'm not a misogynist. Far from it, actually. And I have great respect for the feminine "energy" in the world (for…"
Apr 25, 2011
Jankenstein replied to KidKash202's discussion How Black Churches Keep African-American Women Single & Lonely
""I would defy anybody to actually look me in the eye and tell me that religious teaching is a part of the problem." Todd, religious teaching is a part of the problem."
Jul 9, 2010
Michael Pullins replied to KidKash202's discussion How Black Churches Keep African-American Women Single & Lonely
"HAHAHAHA!!! Sorry...I meant lonely. (I thought it was already understood that women were looney) LOL!"
Jul 9, 2010
John Clanton replied to KidKash202's discussion How Black Churches Keep African-American Women Single & Lonely
"Sarcasm, Todd. See replies to Joel..."
Jul 9, 2010
Todd Serveto replied to KidKash202's discussion How Black Churches Keep African-American Women Single & Lonely
"The term "religious American men" is a pretty broad term, and telling us all to pull our head out is a painting us all with a pretty broad brush, don't you think, Paul?"
Jul 8, 2010
Todd Serveto replied to KidKash202's discussion How Black Churches Keep African-American Women Single & Lonely
"This "article" (quotes added because it's really a F+ quality editorial) is one of the silliest things I've read in a long time. All it does is open up with an extremely biased slam against religion in the black community, then…"
Jul 8, 2010
Penelope replied to KidKash202's discussion How Black Churches Keep African-American Women Single & Lonely
"You had to be reading multiple discussions earlier today to understand what Paul II was referring to. No need to be ashamed."
Jul 8, 2010
John Clanton replied to KidKash202's discussion How Black Churches Keep African-American Women Single & Lonely
"Todd misspelled words a lot..."
Jul 8, 2010
John Clanton replied to KidKash202's discussion How Black Churches Keep African-American Women Single & Lonely
"It's cool, bro. Happens to all of us."
Jul 8, 2010
Joel replied to KidKash202's discussion How Black Churches Keep African-American Women Single & Lonely
"My bad...stupid internet...never gives me nonverbal cues. Anyone have a crowbar so I can get my foot dislodged from my mouth?"
Jul 8, 2010
John Clanton replied to KidKash202's discussion How Black Churches Keep African-American Women Single & Lonely
"He was being sarcastic and bashing a specific person in the process. Don't be offended. He didn't mean it."
Jul 8, 2010
Joel replied to KidKash202's discussion How Black Churches Keep African-American Women Single & Lonely
"It's hard to have a conversation when you use blanket terms. By "religious," do you mean all religions? Scientology, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Shinto, Satanism, the whole shebang? Because that covers 90+ percent of the country.…"
Jul 8, 2010
Paul replied to KidKash202's discussion How Black Churches Keep African-American Women Single & Lonely
"Well, if you religious American men would pull your head out of your ass, maybe you'd nod too."
Jul 8, 2010
Michael D. Denny replied to KidKash202's discussion How Black Churches Keep African-American Women Single & Lonely
Jul 8, 2010
Michael D. Denny replied to KidKash202's discussion How Black Churches Keep African-American Women Single & Lonely
"Thank you, but just wait until I break out with "dickheadification"."
Jul 8, 2010
Justin replied to KidKash202's discussion How Black Churches Keep African-American Women Single & Lonely
"What about Covens?"
Jul 8, 2010

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At 11:42pm on November 24, 2009, Herb Munson said…
Hi there KidKash202. Welcome to AoM. Also, I would like to invite you to take a look at the most active group here. It's my new group called The Great Debate. It's the one with the colorful galaxy picture. In any case, good to have you here and welcome aboard.
 
 
 

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Hi all,I didn't expect this to happen, but there is something on which I am desperate to get other male teachers' opinions.Short backstory: After a career in finance I have returned to university to study teaching (I'm 32). After completing a 4 year Bachelor of Arts, I am in my final year, studying a Graduate Diploma in order to get my teaching qualifications.Sitting in a room of 90+ students, with only 4 others being male, the lecturer asked us to form groups to discuss what we would consider…See More
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