{Men: stop it. It’s not amusing. Ladies, do better.}

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So I had a conversation with a guy friend of mine and we were talking about the approach some men take with women. It’s never okay to approach a woman with the mindset that you’re this successful rapper who can be sexually demeaning to a woman to try to land her in the sack…

If you approach her with a simplistic “hello”, I promise you’ll yield much better results. What respectable woman will fall for someone who consistently refers to women as bitches and hoes? If indeed you do snag this “woman” after you’ve dogged women out and said that if that “ho don’t act right” that you’ll just go call your “other ho”, then what kind of keeper do you really think she’ll be?

Do you honestly think you’ll be able to take such a hood rat home to mommy?

Unlikely. Fellas, step your dialogue game up. You cannot possibly expect this same woman to be faithful to you either after you’ve been so blunt as to say you’d call another “woman” if she doesn’t act right. Then you know what will happen?

You’ll be the first one to get mad when she does cheat. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

If you are going to be a serial womanizer, demeanor and cheater, do it on your own time with a “woman” who will agree to it and who you won’t be mad when she steps out on you.

I use the term woman to describe these female beings very loosely as no WOMAN would ever allow for such trash to be called her significant other.

Ladies, we’ve got to do better. The misogynistic view of women incorporated by today’s hip hop, rock and rock star culture is inappropriate and downright disgusting. There was once a time when women like Lena Horne, Pam Grier, Marilyn Monroe, Raquel Welch, Sofia Loren and the likes were the “cover girls”; the epitome of every young man’s fantasy. No matter what was going on behind the scenes with these women (whether good or bad) the composure that they kept in front of people was definitely a force to be reckoned with. These were respectable women who stood proudly and walked with dignity and upheld high standards that all little girls wanted to emulate.

We have got to bring that dignity of being a woman back to society once and for all…

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