The Pussyfication Of The Black Man!!!

The Pussyfication Of The Black Man!!!

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“Positive people.”

Since: Jun 08

north little rock arkansas

#1 Sep 2, 2008
Here is some information on how to become the men that the creator intended for you to be:Balogun A.
Visions for Black Men by Na'Im Ackbar -

Dr. Na’im Akbar, Visions For Black Men ) Visions for Black Men, was written by Dr. Na’im Akbar in 1991 to create a sense of self determination for black men worldwide. Dr. Akbar is a professor of psychology and a research assistant at the University of Florida. The book discusses in depth the necessity for black men to rise up and become leaders for their families, communities, and other black men in general. Throughout both ancient and modern history black men have been strong despite the hardships that they have endured. Nevertheless there remain many issues that are still a burden to black men. Dr. Akbar’s insight on these issues can help black men understand the reality of the status quo and further motivate them to be active men who can serve as race models. Within the chapters Dr. Akbar distinguishes the difference between being simply a male and becoming a man. In our society there are many physically grown men that are immature and do not fulfill their responsibilities as men. For instance, if a man has children and he does not provide them with emotional and financial support, then he is not a man. According to Dr. Akbar, he is simply a male. It does not take much effort for a man to impregnate a woman, however it does take effort to support a child and to be a provider for a family. At the male stage one is incapable of doing things independently. Men who are unable to provide for themselves and depend relentlessly on others illustrate a man at the male stage. As the stage of maleness is surpassed the experience of being a boy or toddler comes into effect. The subsequent level following the boy stage is manhood. It was expressed that an individual transcends into manhood as a male becomes conscious or aware of themselves and their environment. Within a given environment there are guidelines for living, such as abiding by the laws that govern the land. As people become aware of themselves, they began to understand that there are responsibilities that have to be taken care of. Just because an individual has responsibilities doesn’t mean they are considered men yet. A male becomes a man when they begin to fulfill their responsibilities, which are often concurrent and diverse in nature. Black men that Dr. Akbar referred to as leaders and advocates of change included Marcus Garvey, Elijah Muhammad, Booker T. Washington, Martin L. King, Paul Roberson, and Cheikh Anta Diop. These men all campaigned for positive social, political, and economic progression during the 20th century; respectively they possessed different schools of thought, although each was widely accepted. Collectively these prominent black men had a heavy impact on the African American community because men took heed to the ideals and used them to build. The ideals were used to build a sense of community, and strong families that valued hard work ethic and morality. Currently some black men are still in need of guidance. These individuals need structure in their lives, so that they can also contribute to building what was demolished which is brotherhood, and respect at certain levels. Overall Dr. Akbar did a thorough job as he provided the foundations that a black man should build his vision on. The stages of life that lead to manhood described the different characteristics of men. It is essential to understand these things so that one does not proclaim to be a man while he is at the male stage. As these stages are reviewed and understood overtime people will gradually rise to the challenge of becoming proud black men. On the Geoscale, Visions For Black Men gets 4 out of 5 globes. These globes are awarded for the significance of the material, and the awareness that will manifest within its readers.

“Male Dog!!”

Since: Mar 08

Gwynn Oak, MD

#2 Sep 2, 2008
Your rude title has nothing to do with this article.

What he is stating is the difference between an man and a male.

But if you want to talk about the pussyfication of Black Men or All Men in America. That is a completely different topic.

“Positive people.”

Since: Jun 08

north little rock arkansas

#4 Sep 2, 2008
Here are the results of the pussyfication of the black man:Afro Interpretation

Break the Black female by humiliating the Black male before her and she will subconsciously teach her children to see the Black male in a less attractive light. Do this for years at a time and soon you have a Black race run by women with a weakened Black male image.

Taking notice of the state of Black-America today and realize that this plot has worked to the point where the Black man is in tight competition with the Black woman where it pertains to economic status and success as well as in the educational spectrum. The overwhelming amount of Black single-parent families and female-headed households attest to this fact.

The hundreds of thousands of Black men being raised by Black women are either reluctant to stand against the white man and are rather programmed as workers or are too subservient and naive to see the ills being inflicted on him and his entire race.

Restrain any Black male (or female) from standing up and speaking out about these ills and the Black race has no means of learning what is happening. Pay off, bribe, and or compromise with any Black male that tries to enlighten his people and you have a modern day Uncle Tom who further adds to the destruction of the Black race.

Mack the Great

Since: May 07

Fort Washington, MD

#5 Sep 2, 2008
WrningSgn wrote:
Your rude title has nothing to do with this article.
What he is stating is the difference between an man and a male.
But if you want to talk about the pussyfication of Black Men or All Men in America. That is a completely different topic.
LOL! So true. We already know that black Feminazis were responsible for the pussification of black men and as a black woman she'll blatantly deny it as always.SMFH.

DobyTheDoggy

“The face you love to hate!”

Since: Jan 08

Gatorade...is it in you? HAHA!

#6 Sep 2, 2008
denita d wrote:
blaaaaaahhhh
I guessed the starter of this thread before I opened it! You really need to get a life white guy....

“In the Space Love Demands”

Since: Oct 07

Black Love USA

#8 Sep 2, 2008
denita d wrote:
The hundreds of thousands of Black men being raised by Black women are either reluctant to stand against the white man and are rather programmed as workers or are too subservient and naive to see the ills being inflicted on him and his entire race.
I am not sure what this thread is
about...

But I skimmed and read this part...
I am very very busy...

This is why I fault younger women
for the little overlords and
criminals they have running about...

It is your job as a mother, even
moreso as a single mother, to make
sure that when your son leaves your
household he is strong.

I know too many women who did it-
alone.

I think the issue is that too many
women DO THINGS for their sons
rather allow them to do them for
themselves.

And too many women do not try to
affect the social lives or spiritual
lives of their sons, in any way.

“In the Space Love Demands”

Since: Oct 07

Black Love USA

#9 Sep 2, 2008
denita d wrote:
The hundreds of thousands of Black men being raised by Black women are either reluctant to stand against the white man and are rather programmed as workers or are too subservient and naive to see the ills being inflicted on him and his entire race.
I can only add that I do respect that
raising children alone is very
difficult and I am sure that these
women don't realize what they are
doing.

But it is definitely up to Black women,
who are often raising children alone,
to put the warrior in our children.
Come to Blacktown

Dumfries, VA

#10 Sep 2, 2008
All that wig glue is getting to Denita's head. Didn't the korean lady tell you not sniff that shit!
denita D

Kent, WA

#11 Sep 2, 2008
Come to Blacktown wrote:
All that wig glue is getting to Denita's head. Didn't the korean lady tell you not sniff that shit!
One of your typical sissy assaults.pull her hair..pull her hair...no scratch her eyes out!!!you refuse to comment on the posts because the truth is being spoken.

“Real Black Men Speak English”

Level 4

Since: May 07

Bmore

#12 Sep 2, 2008
DobyTheDoggy wrote:
<quoted text>
I guessed the starter of this thread before I opened it!
Everyone else probably did too. She's seriously a broken record

“Mr. Biggs”

Level 1

Since: Jan 08

houston.tx

#13 Sep 2, 2008
you can't be serious

Level 8

Since: Jan 08

Arkansas City, KS

#14 Sep 2, 2008
lol pussification lol wow
PTBW Forever

Bowling Green, KY

#15 Sep 2, 2008
Oh no, the black man could be called boy again!

considering white women pussified the white man a long time ago and you all go along with it.

Since: Aug 08

Washington, DC

#16 Sep 2, 2008
denita d wrote:
Here is some information on how to become the men that the creator intended for you to be:Balogun A.
Visions for Black Men by Na'Im Ackbar -
Dr. Na’im Akbar, Visions For Black Men ) Visions for Black Men, was written by Dr. Na’im Akbar in 1991 to create a sense of self determination for black men worldwide. Dr. Akbar is a professor of psychology and a research assistant at the University of Florida. The book discusses in depth the necessity for black men to rise up and become leaders for their families, communities, and other black men in general. Throughout both ancient and modern history black men have been strong despite the hardships that they have endured. Nevertheless there remain many issues that are still a burden to black men. Dr. Akbar’s insight on these issues can help black men understand the reality of the status quo and further motivate them to be active men who can serve as race models. Within the chapters Dr. Akbar distinguishes the difference between being simply a male and becoming a man. In our society there are many physically grown men that are immature and do not fulfill their responsibilities as men. For instance, if a man has children and he does not provide them with emotional and financial support, then he is not a man. According to Dr. Akbar, he is simply a male. It does not take much effort for a man to impregnate a woman, however it does take effort to support a child and to be a provider for a family. At the male stage one is incapable of doing things independently. Men who are unable to provide for themselves and depend relentlessly on others illustrate a man at the male stage. As the stage of maleness is surpassed the experience of being a boy or toddler comes into effect. The subsequent level following the boy stage is manhood. It was expressed that an individual transcends into manhood as a male becomes conscious or aware of themselves and their environment. Within a given environment there are guidelines for living, such as abiding by the laws that govern the land. As people become aware of themselves, they began to understand that there are responsibilities that have to be taken care of. Just because an individual has responsibilities doesn’t mean they are considered men yet. A male becomes a man when they begin to fulfill their responsibilities, which are often concurrent and diverse in nature. Black men that Dr. Akbar referred to as leaders and advocates of change included Marcus Garvey, Elijah Muhammad, Booker T. Washington, Martin L. King, Paul Roberson, and Cheikh Anta Diop. These men all campaigned for positive social, political, and economic progression during the 20th century; respectively they possessed different schools of thought, although each was widely accepted. Collectively these prominent black men had a heavy impact on the African American community because men took heed to the ideals and used them to build. The ideals were used to build a sense of community, and strong families that valued hard work ethic and morality. Currently some black men are still in need of guidance. These individuals need structure in their lives, so that they can also contribute to building what was demolished which is brotherhood, and respect at certain levels. Overall Dr. Akbar did a thorough job as he provided the foundations that a black man should build his vision on. The stages of life that lead to manhood described the different characteristics of men. It is essential to understand these things so that one does not proclaim to be a man while he is at the male stage. As these stages are reviewed and understood overtime people will gradually rise to the challenge of becoming proud black men. On the Geoscale, Visions For Black Men gets 4 out of 5 globes. These globes are awarded for the significance of the material, and the awareness that will manifest within its readers.
Give it up Marsha.
JKL

Arlington, VA

#17 Sep 2, 2008
denita D wrote:
<quoted text>One of your typical sissy assaults.pull her hair..pull her hair...no scratch her eyes out!!!you refuse to comment on the posts because the truth is being spoken.
go get some AIDS you baldheaded dyke!
denita D

Kent, WA

#18 Sep 3, 2008
Bump..all the name calling in the world will not change the facts.

“Real Black Men Speak English”

Level 4

Since: May 07

Bmore

#19 Sep 3, 2008
denita D wrote:
Bump..all the name calling in the world will not change the facts.
There are no facts in your post.

“Real Black Men Speak English”

Level 4

Since: May 07

Bmore

#20 Sep 3, 2008
It's one man's opinion
denita D

Kent, WA

#21 Sep 3, 2008
Kennyinbmore wrote:
<quoted text>
There are no facts in your post.
Point out the part of the post that is not factual?

Since: Aug 08

Herndon, VA

#22 Sep 3, 2008
denita D wrote:
<quoted text>Point out the part of the post that is not factual?
Do you really think it is smart to be running off your mouth in the inflammatory way that you do when you have an online business?

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