Archive for the ‘Humor’ Category

0 No Wedding No Womb: D*cks, Dudes & Decisions

No Wedding No Womb: D*cks, Dudes & Decisions

Knowledge equals power, so if we tell these young people that becoming a parent is both a decision and a commitment then maybe more will wait until a more stable time in their lives.


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1 Debra J. Dickerson: So You Increase the Black Marriage Rate. So What?

Debra J. Dickerson: So You Increase the Black Marriage Rate. So What?

“You’re anti-feminist!” “No, you are!” “You’re an Uncle Tom for making this a black issue!” ” You reprinted my post without permission!” Meanwhile, the prospective newlyweds schtup along, unaware and unperturbed, while the pixels fly.


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8 Young Ladies, Listen to Me Carefully — A Humorous Take on NWNW ~ by rainebeaux [Support]

Young Ladies, Listen to Me Carefully — A Humorous Take on NWNW ~ by rainebeaux [Support]

These people are basically Crazy Uncle Larry (who doesn’t have one?) coming up with the bright idea–at the July Fourth barbecue, no less!–of holding a fireworks display IN THE LIVING ROOM


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0 “There are these things that prevent pregnancy. I forget what they are called.” — A Hilarious Take on NWNW ~ by reverend­drdash of “Watch Me Yule” [Support]

“There are these things that prevent pregnancy. I forget what they are called.” — A Hilarious Take on NWNW ~ by reverend­drdash of “Watch Me Yule” [Support]

I deplore dialog, unless of course it involves my genitalia confabulating with some vagina. Excessive Vagina Dialog in the Black community has led to a high percentage of out of wedlock births. The excuses reasons for this situation like its consequences are legion. I have decided to interject my two cents and some sense into this #NWNW movement. There are these things that prevent pregnancy. I forget what they are called. The name of them is on the tip of my tongue…


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0 A Comedian’s Take on NWNW ~ by Jacquetta Szathmari [Event Post]

A Comedian’s Take on NWNW ~ by Jacquetta Szathmari [Event Post]

Everyone is making such a big deal about this whole single-parent/out-of-wedlock “epidemic” in the black community. Apparently, 72% of all African-American children are born out of wedlock. First of all big deal and second of all get with the times—who uses phrases like “out of wedlock”.


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