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March 07, 2011

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Adventurous Wench

Great blog! Thank you for sharing your thoughts. I'm looking forward to your future blogs!

"America is a land where men govern, but women rule." ~ John Mason Brown :-)

Moncler Jacka

So fun article is! I know more from it.

Andi - Bespoke Products

Great message! This is a wonderful day for all women to celebrate.

Cassie

Well, from what I hear from males who father chdelrin unmarried, they didn't want the women so I think it was black men's choice to not solidify the family, more likely than not. I think black women need to take full responsibility in not getting pregnant before marriage, but that will more than likely lead to a deep decline in black births because of the discrimination we face as women of African descent even by our own kind and especially the rest of the world (let's not even go there). So in many cases, we have to deal with the cards that we're dealt. Sure it's not like everyone else, and I think most of us would love to have a normal, ideal situation, but there are disparities in life that will always be here.So it's a risky gamble in that some of us will luck up by doing things the right way but most will not. We may benefit in the short term by not being married and having kids if we make some smart entrepreneurial moves with other women of the like, but in old age we won't have anyone to look after us when we are old and poor. Now, those who carried on with their fate and had chdelrin out of wedlock, will likely be poor while being young and old, but they will have someone to care for them in old age. Which is better in the long run? Having babies out of wedlock may be the better choice considering it's a split between being realistic about discrimination toward black women and setting yourself up for old age.

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