For many a year, the feminists and their allies in the feminized mainstream coven have been eagerly browbeating men; telling us what ‘we need to do’ with our young men. Brothers, it took us a while to get the message, but we have done the job. The numbers have been trending positive and our young men have been on the grow.
Well, let me be the first to put the shoe on the other foot, and go public with my words: “It’s high time that women get their younger sisters
Posted by Mike Ramey on October 31, 2019 at 1:29pm
“A man’s love goes through his stomach. A woman’s love goes through her purse.”
There seems to have been a welcomed re-surfacing of interest in proverbs from the Motherland of Africa. The electronic frontier has been criss-crossed by a variety of websites, each one worthy in its own right to bring the truth of what our ancestors stated in brevity on the subject of the day from ages past. However, for those who still into reading books and turning pages, such written works seem
I might get into a little trouble with this month’s column, but it is an overdue subject concerning women and coaching. I realize that there may be some that think that my column is a little one dimensional. Believe me, there are three dimensions when I put keys down to electronic paper. So, I warn you in advance…get out the smelling salts.
Women SHOULD be coaches, too! However, the need is for women to coach OTHER women, more than men, and vice versa. There are certain things that ONLY
Hundreds of Leaders to Gather in Accra for Inaugural Africa Summit on Women and Girls in Technology, 13-14 September, 2016
● African policymakers and technology leaders - including some of the continent’s most prominent women - will meet to determine the policy steps needed to close Africa’s growing digital gender gap, which is the largest in the world
● High-level panels and lightning talks will focus on issues around affordable broadband, digital skills and entrepreneurship, and women’s rights
I have been absent from this blog for the last month. Hard to believe, but it’s true and I apologize to those of you who look forward to my weekly posts. I have a good excuse though; I’ve been teaching a group of young ladies that have given me a run for my money. Call them young female millennials.
These young women are outspoken, opinionated, oppositional and hard to love. Many of them have dysfunctional relationships with their mothers – they have said “I hate my mom”, don’t respond well to r
The Courage To Change The World (A Call To Action) By Charles E. Campbell
It is my Business! It is your Business! It is our Business! Consciousness calls one to have the moral courage to “Square Up” against wrong and injustice. Let cowards be afraid, but not me! Not us!
Personal Responsibility demands the defense of the weak. I/We will defend our children from abuse, our women from bad love, the elderly from being victimized and our humanity from tyrants at home, in our community, our nation and
Last week a piece circulated the internet written by a young woman about the three months she spent in India. She'd travelled there as part of the University of Chicago Indian Civilizations Program. That in itself isn't the part that made the story viral – it was her description of the sexual harassment and physical abuse she suffered at the hands of Indian men that got everyone's attention.
The young lady in question recounted frightening tales of having her breasts and crotch clawed at by total
Posted by Mike Ramey on February 24, 2010 at 9:48pm
MEMO: TOUGHEN UP, BABY!
BY MIKE RAMEY
Three quick things off of this month’s memo, right from the outset. First, our economy is in DEPRESSION not RECESSION. I make this statement to prepare the brotherhood for the ugly truth, rather than to believe the beautiful lie that the economy is going to get better in one or two cycles. Second, to be counted a man of quality, you have to learn how to toughen up in hard times! ‘Males’ who spend more time worrying about where their next video game is coming f
Posted by Mike Ramey on February 1, 2010 at 10:26pm
This one just in time for Black History Month...how a Black woman has been 'used' for years in medical research and has been identified as an 'immortal'...according to a new book. The story comes from Smithsonian.com...***********************************************Henrietta Lacks’ ‘Immortal’ CellsJournalist Rebecca Skloot’s new book investigates how a poor black tobacco farmer had a groundbreaking impact on modern medicineBy Sarah ZielinskiSmithsonian.com, January 22, 2010Medical researchers us