I swear this song is fitting for my mood today.
10 Mar 2014 Leave a comment
05 Mar 2014 19 Comments
How many of you feel you have to ask for oral sex? How many actually do ask? Do any of you feel that asking is stupid?
Let me drop some knowledge on you or simply my thoughts. Maybe I’m just different….but there is no sexy way to ask for oral sex. I’ve heard many ways of asking but to me it is a major turn off.
I feel that you shouldn’t have to ask for it period. It should simply happen! If you suck it or lick it, do it….no one should have to part their lips to even ask. I get it, some may feel that a closed mouth don’t get fed but look at it like this. If the person who is giving should be ready to do it!
Presentation is everything!! Like have you ever just looked the penis or pussy and just said I’m bout to go in!! No need to be asked just looking at it makes you excited and ready to go to work.
I’ve been in situation where I was ready and then I heard “Say how about you get him ready?” or “you gonna show me ya tongue work?” and I was completely turned off!! If they was getting some it was no longer happening.
Am I the only one who feels this way? Share your thoughts.
03 Mar 2014 Leave a comment
Love, Love, Love this song!!!
28 Feb 2014 4 Comments
in Black History, Faces of Our History, history Tags: black history, Black History Month, Faces of Our History, history, Irene Morgan, Irene Morgan v Commonwealth of Virginia, Journey of Reconciliation
Irene Morgan was born on April 9, 1917 in Baltimore, Maryland. She was raised as a 7th-day Adventist.
Irene was married twice. She a son and a daughter with her first husband Sherwood Morgan Sr.
On July 16, 1944; Irene left her mother’s house head to the doctors she was arrested and jailed in Middlesex County Virginia for refusing to give her seat up on a interstate Greyhound bus. Even thought interstate transportation was supposed to be desegregated, the state enforced segregated seating within its borders.
It was said that when the sheriff tried to arrest her she tore up the arrest warrant, kicked him in the groin and fought the deputy when he tried to pull her off the bus. She was later convicted of violating an old law stating the separation of white and black riders. Mind you this happened 11 years before Rosa Parks.
This started the landmark case Irene Morgan v Commonwealth of Virginia. In 1946 the court finally ruled that the law was unconsitutional. Hastie and Marshall used a different strategy, instead of using the expected Equal Protection clause, they argued that segregation on interstate travel violated the Interstate Commerce Clause of the U.S. Constitution.
This case inspired the Journey Of Reconciliation of 1947, then went on to inspired Freedom Rides in 1961.
Her first husband passed in 1948. She then married Stanley Kirkaldy. They ran a daycare together. She earned a bachelor’s degree from St. John’s University at age 68 years old. 5 years after that she got a master’s degree from Urban Studies from Queens College.
Irene was honored by Gloucestor County in 2000 and 2001 where she was awarded the Presidential Citizens Medal by then President Bill Clinton.
Irene died on August 10, 2007 at the age of 90 due to Alzheimer’s desease.
27 Feb 2014 Leave a comment
Pennsylvania prohibits the importation of slaves.
New Jersey prohibits the enlistment of slaves in the militia without their master’s permission.
Virginia deems any person with black blood to be a mulatto and declares that the use of the term Negro is understood to include mulattos.
Tennessee officially bans slave trading.
Congress gives blacks the right to vote in Washington, D.C.
Congress passes the First Enforcement Act to protect the rights of African Americans.
Joseph Hayne Rainey is the first black elected to the U.S. House of Representatives. Hiram Revels is the first black elected to the U.S. Senate.