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The Sexodus Part 1 & 2

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THE SEXODUS, PART 1: THE MEN GIVING UP ON WOMEN AND CHECKING OUT OF SOCIETY.




“My generation of boys is fucked,” says Rupert, a young German video game enthusiast I’ve been getting to know over the past few months. “Marriage is dead. Divorce means you’re screwed for life. Women have given up on monogamy, which makes them uninteresting to us for any serious relationship or raising a family. That’s just the way it is. Even if we take the risk, chances are the kids won’t be ours. In France, we even have to pay for the kids a wife has through adulterous affairs

“In school, boys are screwed over time and again. Schools are engineered for women. In the US, they force-feed boys Ritalin like Skittles to shut them up. And while girls are favoured to fulfil quotas, men are slipping into distant second place.

“Nobody in my generation believes they’re going to get a meaningful retirement. We have a third or a quarter of the wealth previous generations had, and everyone’s fleeing to higher education…

Coaching Available

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To all of my fans, if you’re having issues I’m willing to address up to 5 of your concerns for $20. I’m willing to address individual questions for $5 a piece. Finally, I’m willing to have $50 1 hour Skype sessions to address any number of concerns. Feel free to hit my email derrick.mills92@gmail.com.

Be on the lookout for my book!

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Be on the lookout for my book that I’m working on. I should’ve it out by September of 2016. It’s going to be a fictional storytelling book involving game, corporate social politics, dating, and sex. (In case people are wondering, no it won’t be about me.)

‘Black People Aren’t Going Backwards. We Never Went Forward’

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Ahead of his talk in London this month, US writer and producer Tariq Nasheed talks to The Voice about the existence of white supremacy, why voting is just a distraction and the importance of group economics.

TARIQ NASHEED chuckles as he recalls watching the award-winning film The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman, based on the 1971 novel written by African American author Ernest J Gaines.

The title character is played by Cicely Tyson and tells the story of a woman’s life from a childhood in slavery through to the civil rights movement.

“Throughout the whole movie she is just getting beat up by life and, in the grand finale, she is old, so old she is shaking and she goes into a restaurant and can drink from the white water fountain and that’s when the movie ends,” says Nasheed with a laugh, before getting serious. “That’s basically the experience of black people in America. We get to drink from the white water fountain, so racism must be over. What are we complaining about?”

Of course, th…

Coaching Available

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To all of my fans, if you’re having issues I’m willing to address up to 5 of your concerns for $20. I’m willing to address individual questions for $5 a piece. Finally, I’m willing to have $50 1 hour Skype sessions to address any number of concerns. Feel free to hit my email derrick.mills92@gmail.com.

Be on the lookout for my book!

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Be on the lookout for my book that I’m working on. I should’ve it out by September of 2016. It’s going to be a fictional storytelling book involving game, corporate social politics, dating, and sex. (In case people are wondering, no it won’t be about me.)

Discussion about Homosexuality and Empire within Black Society

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(You can view all of Dr. Boyce Watkins’ videos here. You can also visit his website here.)
(The below is Dr. Sheena Howard’s response to Dr. Boyce Watkins' above video.)

Dr. Boyce Watkins Charges Lee Daniels With Having A 'Gay Agenda'

The new hit show Empire is three weeks away from the last show of its first season and has already stirred up some intense discussion, particularly in the Black community. The show is made of all the things a good drama is made of: sex, drugs and mayhem but of particular interest to me is the characterization of Lucious Lyon's (Terrance Howard) middle son, Jamal (Jussie Smollett) and the treatment of Lucious as homophobic. This interplay between Jamal and Lucious allows the audience to see the coping mechanisms Jamal employs in order to survive in an oppressive society. Not only does Jamal have to deal with the homophobia of his father, but he also has to face the perceived repercussions of coming out as a gay man in the entertainment indust…

Coaching Available

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To all of my fans, if you’re having issues I’m willing to address up to 5 of your concerns for $20. I’m willing to address individual questions for $5 a piece. Finally, I’m willing to have $50 1 hour Skype sessions to address any number of concerns. Feel free to hit my email derrick.mills92@gmail.com.

Be on the lookout for my book!

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Be on the lookout for my book that I’m working on. I should’ve it out by September of 2016. It’s going to be a fictional storytelling book involving game, corporate social politics, dating, and sex. (In case people are wondering, no it won’t be about me.)

Dear Black People: We Need to Talk About White People’s Racial Issues

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It’s Time to Be Honest about This Relationship
In every relationship there comes a point when the people in the relationship have to reevaluate.





Black folks, it’s time we engage in a long conversation about White people and their racial hang-ups. It’s time we reevaluate where this “situation” is going. We’ve been working at this “relationship” with White America for quite some time. It’s time we face the facts—this just may not end well. Frankly it’s hard to see how it could end in anything positive. Especially when you recognize just how deeply entrenched White America’s racial issues are for them.
In case you missed it, White America has a problem: it can’t seem to let go of the White privilege and false superiority complex that its ancestors created in order to not feel guilty about benefitting from the destruction of entire continents of people. In its current version—that sickness is killing us.
For example, unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you know that the Department of Just…

Benefits of buying dividend stocks for your kids

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For my get rich quick crowd, this topic is probably not for you. I’m going to use all REAL numbers in my example. Too often we neglect to take future generations into consideration. Let’s look at the benefits of setting up a trust account with dividend paying stocks for our children. A trust account enables you to place provisions on the account, such as the beneficiary cannot touch the funds until they turn 21 or the beneficiary can only take out $200 per week etc. 

Take Southern Company for example. Let’s say you had a kid in 1994 and you decided to invest $5000 into southern company. Southern Company is a safe utility company that owns Georgia power. We all know they aren’t going anywhere anytime soon. Southern Company was trading at about $11.50 in 1994. This would’ve purchased you 434 shares of Southern company. At the time they were paying $.29 per share in dividends quarterly. Let’s look at what Southern Company paid out in dividends yearly per share since 1994.

1994- $1.50
1995- …