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ON IYANLA  VANZANT  SATURDAY   NIGHT,   A  BLACK  MAN  HAS   34  CHILDREN//IS  IT TOO  MUCH  FOR  BLACK  MEN  TO BUY  CONDOMS//// NEXT  SATURDAY  NIGHT   ON PART  2      ,   IYANLA  VANZANT   TALKS  TO  SOME  OF THE 34    CHILDREN,  AND  TALKS   TO  SOME OF  THE    17  WOMEN  HE  HAS  34  CHILDREN  WITH////I  HAVE MENTIONED     DESMOND  HATCHETT.ANOTHER  BLACK  MAN   WHO HAS  30  CHILDREN///HE  SAID  HE   HAS 26/WHAT EVER..AMAZING  HOW    BLACK  WOMEN  WANT  IRRESPONSIBLE  MEN,   BLACK   MEN    HAVING  CHILDREN  THEY  DO  NOT  CARE  ABOUT/THERE IS NO  FEAR  OF   GETTING  AIDS,HIV   VIRUS.....THIS  IS   PART OF  THE  BLACK SELF  GENOCIDE  IN  AMERICA.../.TOPICS  OF      AMERICA  WANTS TO DESTROY  BLACK  MALES...  BLACK    COMMUNITIES   DO THAT   ALSO..////IYANLA VANZANT  COMES ON  SATURDAY  NIGHT  AT   9;00PM   ON THE  OWN CHANNEL   OPRAH  WINFREY  NETWORK  CHANNEL///

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The men you often gripe about Harry are outliers, statistical aberrations, so unusual they could be ignored while trying to understand the general population.

 

The problem is that these statistical anomalies make for compelling, inexpensively produced TV the masses.  Sadly too many people come away thinking that many Black men that behave just like Desmond Hatchett.

 

In reality, there are many more men like me, who have two kids, by the same woman, a woman that I was married to before those kids were conceived and that I have been married to for 24 years.

 

Unfortunately, no one has taken the resources to make compelling programming with positive Black characters, doing normal things, so we are left with programming highlighting the exploits of dudes with 34 children, houseswifes, flavor of love and the rest.  

 

Obviously it can be done, The Cosby show was one example.  But it seems no one really cares enough to demand anything better.  That is really our problem not the handful of cats running impregnating anything stupid enough to spread their legs.

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Black males seems to be a favorite topic of conversation nowadays, whether they are spawning broods of children, or getting gunned down with their hands up, or going upside the heads of their girlfriends.   Social media is now all a-twitter over the released videos of Baltimore Raven's Ray Rice punching out his girl friend on a elevator, and then dragging her unconscious body out of it. The NFL's first reaction to this incident was criticized for being too lenient in just imposing a suspension on Rice but is now being questioned for being too harsh after it reversed itself and decided to ban him from football for life. 

 

Everybody has an opinion.  Pouncing on the opportunity to promote their causes are all the feminist groups and empathetic female sympathizers bemoaning the abuse of Rice's wife. Others consider Rice's punishment excessive, saying that nobody knows what precipitated the situation.  Many are advising women to avoid attacking or pushing the buttons of men because this can be dangerous when dealing with dudes who need anger management. Criticism is also being directed at women who tolerate ongoing violence instead of removing themselves from the situation. And, of course, some are even arguing that a good ass-whupping is occasionailly necessary to keep an unruly bitch in line.  Obviously a lot of factors figure into this public debate.   

 

I have mixed emotions about the situation.  I tend to think that people should mind their own business when it comes to the relationships of people they don't know.  What goes on between a man and a women is between them, and the release of the videos were certainly an invasion of the privacy of Rice and his partner.  In this age of political correctness and knee jerk reactions, the scene is ripe for those with agendas to take up the cause of individuals, and turn them into poster children for their crusades.  Sometimes the backstory doesn't always favor the victims, and this provides grist for the mill of the opposition. And it should be noted that Rice's girlfriend is now his wife and has released a statement, defending her husband, blaming the hoopla on the media and declaring the couple's love for each other.

 

Generally speaking, no man should beat up a women because he has an unfair advantage.  And women need to realize that there are consequences to provoking a man because you can't depend on him to exercise restraint, especially if you are physically aggressive, yourself.   We would like for civility to always prevail in society.  But in the real world, it doesn't.     

 

Another subject making the rounds on social media are nudie-selfies, and whether people who insta-gram or text naked pictures of themselves to someone should be within their rights to consider themselves victims if these pictures get into the wrong hands and are made public.  The argument is being made that it's not about indiscretion or modesty  but about the legitimate expectations that one's privacy will be protected.  To me, once again, an awareness of consequences comes into play.  People are taking a chance when they transmit naked pictures via iPhones and the Interent.  Not only do you have to worry about hackers, but you can't be sure that the recipient of these pics won't at a later date decide, for whatever reason,  to post them.  If you take this chance, then you have to share the blame if your bare body becomes exposed to the cyber world.

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