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Jacque Reid talks to William Brawner the creator of ?25 to Life?, a documentary that tells story of man who shocks the community by disclosing his HIV status after womanizing in secrecy for decades.
The Howard University graduate has admitted to sleeping with 15 women over five years.
?I was in a large state of denial at the time. I actually thought I was not positive. I was in such good physical shape so I told myself I was no longer HIV positive,? he says.
Click the link above to hear the entire interview.
Originally posted on Radar Online:
Oh. My. Yeezus. In a recent chat with Interview magazine, 12 Years a Slave director Steve McQueen broaches West on the topic of his infamous MTV Video Music Awards incident involving a bubbly Taylor Swift. “How did you deal with it all mentally, physically, and spiritually?” McQueen prodded, to which the 36-year-old performer replied, “It’s funny that you would say ‘mentally, physically, spiritually’ because my answer before you even said that was going to be “god, sex, and alcohol.”
Originally posted on 106.7 WTLC:
Men aren’t really that difficult to please. Good food.
The saying, The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach – Is True.
A sense of freedom. Men do not like being tied down and don’t like the feeling of being under constant guard.
The remote control. Yes we love to flip channels.
Men value time that they spend on their own. It does not mean we want to be away from you. But just working in the garage – the yard – etc.
Good sex. Remember men think about sex all day everyday.
Ego-boost. Be his number one fan. Make him feel like…
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Hide Ya Kids: 37-Year-Old Married Teacher Popped By One Time For Forced Sex After Chopping Down Underage Boy
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Winding down from Halloween week with your friends? Get your chit-chat inspiration from some of the week’s biggest stories!
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3. Awwww! Evan Rachel Wood got married to Jamie Bell in Carolina Herrera.
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5. Taylor Swift’s Red sold 1.2 million records in a week! Plus…
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Originally posted on Z 107.9:
Acknowledge his feelings
Although the emphasis should be on your feelings—“I am feeling this way” vs. “You did this”—so as to not put blame, you should also acknowledge his feelings at some point. If you go into a rant about yourself, he’ll feel that you never paused to consider where he is coming from. So say, “When you do this, it makes me feel X way, but I know you probably do it because you feel Y way.” Show that you don’t think he is coming from a malicious place, but that you understand his potential train of thought or why he did something.
Don’t just charge into your speech at full pace, not stopping to think about what you’re sayin until you are done. If you do that, he will feel spoken at instead of spoken with. Be ready to be derailed: if you pause…
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