Sexual coercion & Social Pressure: Things Have Changed BUT Women Still Don’t Owe You Sex

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Thoughts That Come to Mind When People Act Like Black Women are America’s Help

Follow tonyagjprince & wesurviveabuse Black women and Black gays were caught having fun again. We had just watched something beautiful. Something extraordinary. Something that was uplifting the entire Black diaspora, but especially Black Women around the globe.  They showed a few clips on the making of “our song”: “Brown Skin Girl”. Beyonce’s documentary: The Making […]

How the Turntables Turned: Sexuality in Hip Hop

Follow tonyagjprince & wesurviveabuse Update: August 8, 2020  …..What happened to everyone being cool w/sex in hip hop when beautiful women were in the background & draped all over male rappers?   So recently a Black hip-hop legend-producer, songwriter, and record company owner talked about his concern that hip hop was now being led by  […]

A Critical Racist Mistake Even Non-Racists Make and How to Avoid It

Follow tonyagjprince & wesurviveabuse My son learned a valuable lesson in his early teens that millions of adults have yet to learn.  Don’t ever attempt to play tourist guide on a journey that you know little to nothing about. My son was your standard mischievous, fun loving, adorable, brilliant young gifted and black child.   One […]

Why Does Society Make it Difficult for Survivors of Rape & Abuse to Come Forward? Part 2

Follow tonyagjprince & wesurviveabuse Why Does Society Make it Difficult for Survivors of Rape & Abuse to Come Forward? Part 1     7.  Every choice that you ever made (sexually) is scrutinized.  They have questions. Everybody.   Q: How many intimate partners have you had?   Q: How quickly do you usually decide to sleep […]

What a Difference a Voice Makes

Follow tonyagjprince & wesurviveabuse I am the most talkative of my mother’s three children.  I think that is how I began to write.  Part enjoyment, but yeah, part necessity.   I was wearing people out.     But it wasn’t until the age of 19/20 that I came into my voice.   I remember looking […]