Earlier this week I watched a PBS documentary on Amazon Prime about slavery, it was called Slavery and the Making of America. At the time I was just looking for something interesting. What I found was a very well produced … Continue reading Beauty. It’s a blessing and a curse
As a child I remember going to Pro-Life events with my mom and my church. We marched through the streets of downtown Baton Rouge, Louisiana with signs and t-shirts. I’ll get to the point, I don’t believe God supports doctors … Continue reading Abortion and Government Restrictions… From a Male Perspective
I recently saw the trailer to the film Mary Magdalene. The movie was planned for release in late 2017 but was repeatedly pushed back after The Weinstein Co. shuttered in the wake of multiple accusations of sexual assault against power … Continue reading My Thoughts on Mary Magdalene (film)
Let’s talk about what’s real and what’s real in your imagination. This blog will be an in depth view of my thoughts on online dating. What’s real about it, and how quickly we are to judge or label people without … Continue reading The Perception of Dating
To many people February is just the second month of the year. Or if you like college basketball like me, it’s the last month of the regular season and opens the door to March Madness. However, February is the month … Continue reading Black History Month 2019
One of the most iconic people in my generation was a man named Mr. Fred Rogers. He gained popularity through a television show in which he produced, wrote, and starred in called Mister Roger’s Neighborhood, which aired on PBS. Last … Continue reading People Hated Mr. Rogers?
Everyone who watches television and is on social media probably knows about the Lifetime docuseries “Surviving R. Kelly“. Though I haven’t seen the docuseries, I have been told that it was produced very well and brought forth more sexual misconduct … Continue reading The Dirty Diana’s