Men Need to Let Women Be Men

Hi everybody! I want to talk about how us women tend to contradict ourselves. Some of us say we want to be treated equal to a man and don’t want to be considered the “weaker sex”. But, it seems like only when it’s convenient for us. I often see on television women getting into men faces and punching and slapping them. For whatever reason we often make it okay to laugh and find humor in women abusing men. But, then it’s not so funny when the man finally hit back. Then, everyone runs to attack the man and yell, “She’s a woman!” Okay, first off, why was a “woman” hitting a “man” anyway? Oh yeah, I forgot! She said that she’s equal to a man. So she should go ahead and fight like a man, right? But no! She yells out too, “I’m a woman! You never put your hands on a woman !” And then she starts crying. Does anybody find this ridiculous besides me😄? If you decide to challenge a man, you get what you deserve. A man shouldn’t have to be a punching bag because you’re the “weaker sex”, or as you say an “equal”.  Women often say that they want to be independent and pay their own bills, but then will be first in line to draw a mans attention with revealing clothes and hope to get asked out for a date. Then, when they get the date, they are hoping to find a man who makes a lot of money and have their life in order. Why? Because she’s hoping to get treated like a “lady”. She wants him to ask her out, pay for the date, and have the ability to spoil her. So, my point is, that all of a sudden women will accept the title of “weaker sex “when it comes to accepting a mans money or help. That’s when us women will say the man should make more than us and he should take care of us despite having our own money. No! You said you wanted to be a mans equal. You ask for the date, you pay for the date, and you spoil him financially just the same. Also, a man shouldn’t date you either unless you make a certain amount. I hate how men let women get away with this crap. If you men are judged on how much you make financially, women need to be judged too!  Ladies! You have to make up your mind. If you claim to be equal to men, you have to give up the privileges that come with accepting the title of “weaker” sex. Oh yeah! And if you get attacked or robbed in the street, you fight them off! Don’t hope for a man to come to the rescue. They should stand there and watch like you’re just another man. Let me stop rambling on😆.

Don’t try and Renewal being a woman out of convenience!

 

Betcha didn’t know!😆

 

 

 

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Homeless Veterans?

Hey! I hope your Christmas went well! I want to talk about a subject that always bother my husband and I. Too often my husband and I run into homeless veterans. Why on earth is their homeless veterans? How do we not freely give to those who fought, cried, died and bled on our behalf? The numbers are disturbing!👇

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) states that the nation’s homeless veterans are predominantly male, with roughly 9% being female. The majority are single; live in urban areas; and suffer from mental illness, alcohol and/or substance abuse, or co-occurring disorders. About 11% of the adult homeless population are veterans.

Roughly 45% of all homeless veterans are African American or Hispanic, despite only accounting for 10.4% and 3.4% of the U.S. veteran population, respectively.

Homeless veterans are younger on average than the total veteran population. Approximately 9% are between the ages of 18 and 30, and 41% are between the ages of 31 and 50. Conversely, only 5% of all veterans are between the ages of 18 and 30, and less than 23% are between 31 and 50.

America’s homeless veterans have served in World War II, the Korean War, Cold War, Vietnam War, Grenada, Panama, Lebanon, Persian Gulf War, Afghanistan and Iraq (OEF/OIF), and the military’s anti-drug cultivation efforts in South America. Nearly half of homeless veterans served during the Vietnam era. Two-thirds served our country for at least three years, and one-third were stationed in a war zone.

About 1.4 million other veterans, meanwhile, are considered at risk of homelessness due to poverty, lack of support networks, and dismal living conditions in overcrowded or substandard housing.

How many homeless veterans are there?

Although flawless counts are impossible to come by – the transient nature of homeless populations presents a major difficulty – the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) estimatesthat 39,471 veterans are homeless on any given night.

Approximately 12,700 veterans of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF), Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and Operation New Dawn (OND) were homeless in 2010. The number of young homeless veterans is increasing, but only constitutes 8.8% of the overall homeless veteran population.( http://nchv.org/index.php/news/media/background_and_statistics/)

Now that you have an idea of the numbers, how does it make you feel? I understand that the VA is low on resources, but that’s no excuse. All efforts should be made to make sure that all our veterans should be taken care of! We’re talking about people that risked their life to serve our country. We say thank you for serving our country, but walk pass them laying on the sidewalk! We all assume that it’s just some bum who don’t want a job. These men and women deserve immediate help! A lot of them have mental disorders , drug problems, and alcohol problems. Why? Because they have seen and experienced things we don’t even have the guts to imagine. Then, a lot of them come back disabled! Missing limbs and all. It takes a lot of adjusting to get back into ” normal” society after experiencing hell! They shouldn’t have to worry about anything but getting well and adjusting to life when they come back. Not trying to juggle their mental disorder and bills! Everything should be paid for on their behalf. They should be first in line for education, housing, education and medical care. These men and women don’t even get to enjoy the things that they fight so hard for! I remember how my husband and I would talk to this man who was a homeless veteran. He would walk with such pride despite the fact he lived in a homeless shelter! He was up in age, so he was wearing a very old vintage military suit. All his medals and badges attached. He walked with his head held high!😄 He was also African American, so it takes a lot to still hold your head up considering in his time African American soldiers were treated like dirt. And sadly, still get treated less than😩. That would explain why roughly 45 percent are African American or Hispanic. To this day my husband still run into homeless veterans at work. Please, if you see a homeless person, remember they could have served your country. Please give what you can to those in need.

Please stand and give our veterans a standing Ovation!👋😄

 Thank you for your service🇺🇸! 

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Season for Giving?

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Pretty, Plus and Proud

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What do you see when you look in your mirror? Do you even look in the mirror or do you try to avoid it at all costs? I used to look and focus on everything I didn’t like; double chin, tummy rolls, thick thighs, flabby arms and of course, the ever-present cellulite! I wanted to see someone else in that mirror; someone “perfect”.

Since starting my body positive journey just over a year ago, I’ve started seeing me in the mirror and stopped wishing or hoping for a different image. I know that my “flaws” are simply parts of a wonderful whole. I am so much more than what people can see or what I see in the mirror. The things I didn’t like so much aren’t all that important to me anymore. I’ve learned to look past those parts and focus instead on…

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You Are Going To Be A Worker ~ AngryHarry.com

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Eventually, no doubt, women will be trained to get pregnant and then dump their babies into the hands of the ‘child professionals’ from Day One, and, beyond that, one can then expect to see children being conceived and, thence, developed to term through artificial means.

So, in the future, we will all troop out to work in order to serve our government masters, we will live on our own, and we will be completely alienated from our offspring; i.e. Big Brother and Brave New World both become a reality.

And yet; people’s close relationships are the most important features of their lives. And this is especially true for women.

And so for any young women out there who are reading this, I suggest that you think very hard about where you are being led.

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You are going to be a ‘worker’ – handing more than half of your earnings…

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Women who dress too revealing

Hey everyone, I hope you guys been enjoying the holiday season. A man just walked passed my window singing a holiday song. He had such a classic voice! Anyway, I wrote this post yesterday, and when I tried to edit it, it became erased. There was no way I was going to write it again yesterday; so I’m doing it today. I’m going to talk about women who dress revealing. I already hear some of you saying that you’ll dress the way you want to. And I agree. But, us women usually don’t like the consequences that come with the decision we make. What made me think of this subject is when I saw a lady outside at the market wearing small shorts. She was shivering and cold. I laughed and asked myself why on earth would a grown woman wear that knowing it’s cold outside😆! Is she that desperate for attention that she’s willing to sacrifice warmth and comfort? Why do us women think that we have to dress in revealing clothes period. Some of you might say it’s for fashion, male attention, or for the summer heat. But, none of those are a good exuse to me. A lot of us will get mad or insulted if a guy hoot and holler at us. Or even go as far to try and touch us. That’s when we say, “I’m not a piece of meat!” But you’re putting yourself out there as a piece of meat. There is nothing fashionable about looking like a street walker/ prostitute. When you dress that way, you’re attracting the same type of crowd a street walker would. That crowd is lustful men, mentally diseased men, and men looking for a good time. The man looking for a good time is the one who is only checking you out because they are lusting at your cleavage or behind. He doesn’t even notice you have a face or brain😆! The man who is mentally diseased is going to actually touch you or rape you. Why? Because he lacks good judgement and self control. To him, you are saying that you are easy, you are trying to entice him, and you caused him to loose control (rape or touch). People with that type of  mental illness don’t always like to take full responsibility for their actions. So, yes, you can dress that way all you want; especially in the summer heat! But don’t get insulted or surprised when you attract the crowd of a street walker. No one deserves to be sexually assaulted or raped, so stop taking unnecessary risk. The only time you should dress revealing is when you’re out with your significant other. Why? Because at least mentally diseased people will see that you are taken and have a protector. You can dress sexy and elegant at the same time.

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This is sexy, but a guy will talk to you and look at your face. You want to have sex appeal and class. You’ll never totally get rid of sick men, but you drastically reduce their attention.
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Now I admit, this is actually cute to me, and if my husband liked it, maybe I would wear it out. No, I wouldn’t !😆 I hate to be gawked at by random men despite him being there. But, this is too much skin. Men easily get turned on by the stomach and upper thighs. Then you mix that with leather and tight fit, you are not going to get a clean man looking at you.
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Need I say more?
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Much better! Still fit snug, but still gives the message that you have class. I personally would wear a full snug shirt underneath, but, she can still get away with it in hot summer heat.

Ladies, women are beautiful. No matter what your size. You don’t need to reveal everything for men to take notice of your beauty. A woman with class, elegance, and self-esteem screams I am a beautiful queen; treat me accordingly!

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I am queen who deserves a king! Ladies grab your crown😊.

Discover the true beauty of a woman.

 

Betcha didn’t know!😄

 

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