This is a LGBTQ+ group. All men are encouraged to join, including straight men.However, unlike the already established AoM group "Gay and Bisexual Men", this group is wide open, no privacy settings enabled. The overall purpose of the group is to encourage conversations between the straight and non-straight communities. This already happens in AoM, but it is scattered. And it can't happen in the private "Gay and Bisexual Men" group.Debate is expected, but this is for building up bridges not…See More
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Kumasi is a bustling city. Also known as the Garden City. Most times of the year, the weather is favourable. I live in Kotei, in a hostel. I am a student at KNUST.
Yes I have some friends around me. We all have this entrepreneur mindset. We are working on a lot ideas to start our businesses as soon as possible. Currently running some ideas which even though not raking in profits but worth it.
"I can speak for my family - which contained at least 4 confederate soldiers in my immediate lineage.
I know they were opposed to slavery because they were buried in cemeteries in the Wesleyan Methodist churches they were baptized before the…"
"I don't want this to descend into a debate about the civil war. All I'm saying is I don't know what the common soldier was fighting for/thought they were fighting for, or what their family thought they were fighting for. In an age…"
"His history is extremely one sided. He completely ignores the fact that 4.5 slave states remained in the Union, 4.5 left the Union only after the attack on Fort Sumter, the same economic warfare England had used on the American colonies the North…"
"I think the thing about when neo-confederates pull out the "ordinary soldier didn't fight for slavery" argument is that few, if any, ever cite actual soldiers' words in support of this argument. Surely there are CSA soldier…"