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The Squandered Legacy

by noreply@blogger.com (Susan) @ The Whimsical Musings of Susan

I was thinking about my great-grand mother's home in South Florida.  The home itself had a very storied past. My great-grandmother, was called Belle as a nickname.  She passed away from cancer, when I was about five or six years old, but I remember her faintly.  I have a few vague memories of going to church with her.  And, she didn't play and would put that switch on our asses in a heart-beat, when we acted a fool.  She was a definite character, being part Native-American and part Black.  Belle was a peculiar, tobacco-chewing woman, born and bred in Georgia. 
Belle got married and moved from Georgia to Florida, raising her sons, daughters, and one grandchild (my mother) here.  My great-grandmother, and her husband were raising my mother. This is because my mother's mom passed away shortly after giving birth to her at a young age. 
My great-grandmother's husband (my uncles' father) had died years before she did. My uncles' father actually died in that home after an extended illness.  When Belle died, she left the family home and other personal property to her children and my mother.  The beneficiaries of her estate quarreled so much about the property, that my mom and aunty relinquished their equity in the home.  One of my uncles was newly released from prison around that time. But for some strange reason he felt very entitled, as if he was king of the castle, in spite of spending so much time incarcerated.
During my early adolescence, my immediate family lived in that home for a few years, so I have some fond and bad memories of the place.  The house set up off the ground on top of some blocks.  There were several homes like it in the neighborhood.  I think it was a manufactured home moved from somewhere else.
There were many citrus and mango trees in the backyard, making it dark and dense like a jungle. There were lush cherry bushes surrounding the property.  Lizards and huge, colorful grasshoppers- the type that I never see anymore, were all over the place.  My mom says that when she was a kid, that her grandmother had a garden in the backyard.  She remembers bunny rabbits coming to eat up the vegetables that were growing back there.   I wonder what happened to the rabbits.
I used to go through some of my great-grandmother's stuff when I was about thirteen.  There was this back room in the home that was filled with boxes of her clothing, jewelry and photos.  Once in a while, when I was bored I would try on her jewelry and church hats. I even stumbled upon her obituary once. 
The home mortgage was completely paid off, so that we were able to live there, rent-free and mortgage free.  The only responsibility that my family had was to maintain the property, pay the water bill, the light bill, and the yearly property taxes levied by the county. 
Well, as I mentioned before my mother and us children lived in the home for a few years, after she separated from our father.  The first year was okay but afterwards we went through a dark period.  During the dark times, there was a lot of arguments amongst the adults of the household.
Do you think that any of the "adults" stepped up to the plate and made sure that the bills were consistently paid?  Some of my relatives had substance abuse and addiction problems.  They had no problems living in the home with no electricity and no running water.   They had jobs, but the strange thing was that, they hardly ever had any money to keep the bills paid for long.  None of the adults could agree on who would be responsible for paying the bills when they came due.  My parents managed to save up some money.  And, my mother and us kids moved out a little after it got to that point.  The conditions were just deplorable and the stench of the bathroom alone was unbearable.
There came a time when the county was threatening to foreclose on the property for overdue property taxes.  No one had any money to pay off the property taxes.  I heard that a long-time family friend actually stepped in and paid the overdue taxes and took ownership- a decision that they probably now regret. 
The home fell in dire need of repair.  It was infested with scorpions, cockroaches and rats, which were entering the home through openings in the floor. The foundation of the home was falling apart.  The roof was leaky. Even worse, the home became a neighborhood eyesore and crack house. The city eventually condemned the home as a safety hazard and put an orange sticker on the front door.  Therefore, my uncles and the other people who lived there had to find somewhere else to live.
It is a disgrace and shame that those, grown people allowed the home to fall to such disrepair.  My great-grandparents probably turned in their graves after their children lost the property and squandered their legacy.  After all, they had worked so hard to realize the American dream of home ownership. They weren't wealthy or educated people: Belle worked as a housekeeper cleaning the homes of well-to-do people and her husband ran a landscaping service.  They were also very prominent members of the community and church which they attended and helped to found. So, it is just horrible all around to see their legacy and hard work go to waste.  This is something that could have been preserved, kept in the family and handed down through generations. 
The home was demolished several years ago and the lot where the property once stood is now vacant except for shrubs and grass.  I believe that except for sentimental value, the property is not worth much, financially.  The property is now encumbered with several liens by several creditors.  Therefore, it can't be bought or sold without paying off those debts and clearing the liens. 

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Forgotten Tampons

by noreply@blogger.com (Susan) @ The Whimsical Musings of Susan

I had an interesting discussion with a group of women about female reproductive issues a few weeks, ago.   We ended up on the subject of menstrual periods and tampons.  There were a few women in the group who said that they weren’t comfortable using tampons or inserting foreign objects into their vagina.   Most of the women, including myself feel totally comfortable using them on a regular basis. 

Well, one of the women works at an OB/GYN doctor’s office and she said that there are a lot of patients coming through her office who forget that they are even wearing a tampon.  The patients span diverse backgrounds from young to middle-aged, Black, White, Hispanic, etc.  I was surprised to learn this, since it has never happened to me.  I doubt think that it ever will.

I guess every woman’s experience with tampons is unique to their own body.  From my perspective, I can’t understand how a woman would forget that she is wearing a tampon.  My menstrual cycles tend to be really heavy in the beginning days.  So, I use super absorbency tampons for the first days, in combination with sanitary pads to catch any overflow.  During the last few days of my period I wear only a pad for light days. 

I don’t mean to sound graphic but during those heavy days of bleeding, I can actually feel the tampon beginning to slip out when the time comes for it to be removed.  Tampons are designed to absorb the menstrual blood and expand.   Many women will realize when it is time for it to be removed because there may be a mild discomfort or overflow of blood.  A single tampon is not meant to be used for long periods, beyond 8 hours.  They should be removed after a few hours or when the maximum absorbency is reached. 

There is a string on the end of the tampons to allow it to be pulled out easily.  The OB/GYN employee said that sometimes, the string either breaks off the tampon.  There might be cases where the string gets pushed up inside the vagina, or the entire tampon may get pushed deep up in the vagina near the cervix.  Some women aren’t able to reach the string on their own, so that they may need the help of a gynecologist in order to remove it.   That’s pretty scary. 

I figured that the only way that someone could forget that they are wearing a tampon is if they are inebriated or physically ill.  My friend countered that by telling me that most of the times that is not the case.  There could be numerous reasons how this could happen including stressful times or a very hectic schedule.

My friend said that when patients come into their office with this problem, they know right away just from the smell that fills the atmosphere in the examination room.  Once the tampon is pulled out of the vagina, the tampon is either black or greyish colored. There are women who go through more than one menstrual cycle without knowing that they have forgotten a tampon in their vagina. Can you imagine all of that build up on top of ejaculated semen?  It makes for a pretty strong cocktail of funk. That’s pretty embarrassing and gross.

Some of the women have sex while the tampon is present or they insert another tampon on top of the old tampon without realizing it!  I’m not trying to put anyone down here. But, how could the woman’s sex partner not know that something doesn’t feel right.  Wouldn’t that tampon cause excess friction and discomfort during intercourse?  Wouldn’t he notice the distinctive “rotting corpse” smell coming from the vagina?  

It seems that the smell of having a lost tampon in the vagina should be a huge signal that something is wrong.  My friend did say that the smell is one of the main reasons why the patient might choose to come in and find out what is wrong.  Other symptoms might include unusually discolored vaginal discharge, fever and abdominal pain.  

These women are fortunate if they don’t get Toxic Shock Syndrome.  This is a disease that is caused by the multiplication of Staphylococcus Aureus in the vagina and it could lead to other more serious conditions and even death, when not treated promptly.  Most of the times the patient is given a course of antibiotics in order to reduce the risk of bacterial infection.

Why I Can’t Stand to Hear “I Don’t Want to Work For The White Man”: Part II

by noreply@blogger.com (Susan) @ The Whimsical Musings of Susan

I am related to a woman who used to be married into a Black racist family (some people say that Blacks can’t be racists but rather bigoted.  That’s another story).  Over the years, her ex-husband’s parents made it clear that they can’t stand White people.  His parents are pretty well off Christians.  Her ex-husband's parents pastored a church, ran businesses and owned a lot of commercial and residential real estate. 

They have so much hostility towards White folks that they said that they don’t want their children to ever work for them.  They experienced a lot of blatant racism and discrimination back in their youth.  So, they didn't want their kids to ever go to White people looking for anything. You know, I don’t condone or agree with their bigoted beliefs but I certainly understand why they don’t like White people.  

I believe that their adult children worked for their businesses, here and there.  But, from what I know, none of the adult children developed the ability and skills to run their own sucessful business. 

The young man who was married to my relative, did not work for most their marriage.  He used that not wanting to work for the White man as a pretext for his laziness.  The couple had children and most of the financial support for the children came from his parents and his wife.  Therefore, the young man is spoiled and doesn’t work because he knows that his family will support him, no matter what.  As I mentioned before, his family has a little financial security.  Maybe, he’s counting on an inheritance after his parents eventually pass on.  Who knows?  

He is still responsible to stand up and be a father to his children. My relative and the young man are divorced now and he can't even pay adequate child support.  I feel that his parents coddled and spoiled him.  He never really learned what it is to be a responsible adult. They poisoned his mind and they are at fault for making this man turn out to be sorry.  Now, his children are going to suffer the consequences. 


It is a wonderful acheivement to build a business and have a legacy to pass down from generation to generation.  In that way, your family won’t have to go relying on the White male dominated establishment for employment and survival.  I agree with some of the philosophies and teachings of Marcus Garvey and Carter G. Woodson, that Black people need to build their communities and become financially and economically empowered. Furthermore, I don’t think that anyone should resign themselves to work for someone else (whether Black, White, Asian or whatever) the rest of their lives. 

Mostly when I hear Black people say that they don’t want to work for the White Man, I think that they are full of shit.  Now, I am not saying that there is anything wrong with a person striving for financial indepedence and owning their own business.  In my experience, the people that I hear say this are using it as a cop-out or pretext for not wanting to work at all.  Some of the men who use this rhetoric would rather rob, kill and sell drugs to people in the Black community than to get a job.  

They say that they don’t want to work for the White man, but I find their words ironic and incongruous with their actions. It would follow logically that you’d want to do something to protect and build your own Black community, rather than destroy it! 


The ideal of not wanting to work for the White man is a little bit foolish because for one, White people created this economic system and government.  White people and Asians own most of the wealth in the world.  In order to come up, most people (no matter what race or creed they are) will need to at least learn how to transact business with White people. Even if you don't ever work directly for them, you still need to learn how to work your way around the system of capitalism and understand how laws are applied in the system of money and wealth. 

Secondly, the minute that you spend money (created by White men) you are already working for the White man without knowing it.  If you use a smartphone, use banking services, shop at a grocery store, buy a car, or a home, then you’re working for "the man".  And, when you spend your money, often times you'll pay a tax to the government. It’s all built into the system and set up that way by design. 


I know that it is hard to work for people that you don't like or for people who don't like you.  However, a better way to think is for people to decide that they don’t want to work for anyone else, regardless of their race or ethnic background.  If you need to work for someone else until you can work for yourself, I see nothing wrong with that.  Take what you can get until you get what you want.  I just think it is stupid to say that you don't want to work for a certain group but not do anything to improve, educate or empower yourself. 

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Why I Can’t Stand to Hear “I Don’t Want to Work For The White Man”

by noreply@blogger.com (Susan) @ The Whimsical Musings of Susan

Whenever I hear people say that they don’t want to work for the White man, it makes me want to look at them sideways.  I usually have my reservations about people who talk and think this way.  When they single out not wanting to work for the White man it makes me question their true motives.  Please let me explain.  Now there are a segment of upwardly mobile, proud, progressive Black people who have the ultimate goal of achieving financial independence and generational wealth.  They want something to call their own without needing to rely too much on the White male dominated establishment or anyone else for that matter. Many of them don’t forget where they came from.  I respect that and I am not talking about these caliber of people.  

From my experience, when people speak a lot of racial rhetoric about the White man (in the context of money and business), I have usually observed two things about them:

a) They are lazy and don’t want to work. 
b) They don’t do anything positive to uplift themselves or the Black community.  
Some of them sell drugs to their own community so that they don’t have to work of White people. 

I really think that a lot of these people are mentally enslaved and don’t know how to get out of their own way. Now, take for instance one of my great-uncles.  He served many years in prison when he was a young man.  He was a little bit misguided and influenced by the wrong people.  He says that he was sent to prison for crimes that he did not commit- basically being in the wrong place at the wrong time. 


After he got out of prison,  I met him for the first time at about age 10 or 11.  At first I thought that he was a really positive person, because I didn’t know any better.  He used to encourage me to get an education and emphasized the importance of knowing yourself as a person of the African Diaspora.  I remember him pointing out a stack of books to read through that had to do with Pan-Africanism and Black history.  His hair was naturally curly and soft and he eventually allowed it to grow out and lock.  He went around claiming to be a Rastafarian.  

Well, after a few years, his true colors began to show.  He started using racial epithets against Whites and professing how much he didn’t like the White man and blamed them for his misfortune and underachievement in life.  He grew up in the segregated South in the Jim Crow era and knows what it is like to be mistreated and discriminated against by White people.  So, I have a little understanding for why he was bigoted.  

For years that he was going around saying that he can’t stand the White man and that he didn’t want to be associated with them in any way.  The funny thing is that he wasn’t doing much to put himself in a position to where he wouldn’t have to work for the White male dominated establishment. If he were so tired of working for the White man, why didn’t he put his focus, passion and energy into building something for himself and his family?  Why was he using the illegal drugs that were allowed into the country by the government? 

My uncle was physically and verbally abusive to his wife, a Black woman.   He was heavily addicted to drugs and continued to engage in illegal activities.  My uncle is very artistic and has a knack for creating African themed woodwork. So, it's not like he didn't have any special talents or skills. He did landscaping work on the side but still had to get a job working for the White man to pay his bills.  Basically, a lot of his words weren't congruent with his thoughts and actions. 

My uncle was also very rude and mean towards my mother, me and my siblings when we lived with him in my great-grandmother’s house for a few years. He was also alleged to have done some pretty repugnant things to others, that I won’t disclose.  

He wasn’t a socially conscious pro-Black man as he held himself out to be went I met him.  Some conscious Blacks talk the talk, but they aren’t really about that life.  Maybe his abhorrent behaviors and personality were partly due to drug abuse.  I am not really sure, but he was a real piece of work. 

He is no longer on drugs but the last I heard, he was pretty sick and almost on his death bed at one point. I don’t associate with him because he hasn’t changed or matured much. Until this day, his children don’t have a good relationship with him because he is so difficult.  

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Pay Attention While Driving, Walking or Cycling

by noreply@blogger.com (Susan) @ The Whimsical Musings of Susan

I wished that people would pay more attention out there on the road and follow traffic rules.  This applies to drivers, pedestrians and bicyclists.  Don’t be out here talking on the phone, texting or checking your Facebook status when you are supposed to be paying attention.  All it takes is for someone to have their eyes off the road for a few seconds to cause a major accident. 

Just as drivers of motor vehicles have rules that they must follow, pedestrians and bicyclists have rules that they must abide by as well. I see people mindlessly step off the curb all the time without looking both ways.  Why? Because they are busy running their mouths on the phone.  I see people get off county transit buses and start to jay walk in the middle of the road and risking their safety.  Why? Because they are listening to music on their headphones and think that drivers will automatically yield for them. 

I can’t understand what the urgency is with texting and smartphone use.  I would think that a person’s safety and health is a priority over any phone activities. Even eating and drinking can be a distraction while driving. I remember hearing a story about a woman crashed her car because she was shaving her pussy while drivingAccording to a statistic that I read a distracted.gov, 3154 people were killed in motor vehicle crashes involving distracted drivers and 424,000 people were injured. 

People down in Florida drive crazy, especially in Miami on I-95.  You have to drive for yourself and always anticipate that the drivers all around you are idiots.  Think about the possible mind state and physical health of the people who are operating motor vehicles.  There are people who are driving under the influence, driving without valid license or insurance, driving while distracted, driving with medical issues and vision problems, etc.  There are drivers who wouldn’t think twice about leaving the scene of an accident with injury or a death (hit-and-run).  So, if you are not vigilant you are putting your life in someone else’s hands and just hoping that they will do the right thing. 

And people have no courtesy when driving.  I had this jackass driving a U-Haul truck to make and illegal left turn right in front of me and he was trying to maneuver the truck while talking on a cellphone.  Then, he ended up obstructing the flow of traffic.  Azzhole!

A few years ago, I was driving down a road and this man was riding his bike.  He started to ride his bike in front of my car right across the street, perpendicular about a few hundred feet away.  He didn’t cross it in the way that he was supposed to at either a stop light or an intersection with stop signs.  Then, when my car was about 20 feet away from him he decided to suddenly spin back around in the direction that he came from on my side of the street. 

I had to slam on my breaks and swerve in order to avoid hitting him.  I almost ran into a stop sign. And he was completely oblivious to what was going on.  He was so shocked that the only thing he could do was sit there like a deer caught in headlights.  If I wasn’t paying attention, then he would have been road kill. 

All of this happened because he was busy chit-chatting on the phone.  Not only did he put his own life in danger, he put my safety and property at risk.  He didn’t even bother to apologize or own up to his wrong doing.  The messed up part about it is that he continued to ride his bike and talk on the phone as if nothing happened!  If I hit him, and if he were to try and sue, he probably would lose a lawsuit because of his own contributory negligence.  And where are the cops when you really need them?  He should have gotten some sort of citation.  

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Emotional Baggage and Trauma affect Relationships

by noreply@blogger.com (Susan) @ The Whimsical Musings of Susan

Some men have a very hard time relaxing and letting go in their relationships with women.  I think this is due in part to emotional trauma and baggage.  Someone in their past, whether it be their parents or a past lover, did them wrong. And, they don’t know how to get over it and move on.  So, they carry the burden and those hurt feelings with them into their future relationships.  This causes a lot of problems and makes for tumultuous situations.  

Several years ago I used to date a man who I was introduced to by one of my sisters and her husband.  I will call him Tommy (not his real name). They all went to school with him and felt that they knew him very well.  He was described to me as a "good guy who is doing something with his life and staying out of trouble".   My family decided to introduce us to one another while we were all out at the movies one weekend.  He did seem to be a  really smart, well-spoken, nice guy with a good personality.  He was a few years younger than me, Black American, tall and in good shape.  He also had handsome features, with a dimpled smile, slanted eyes and dark smooth chocolate skin.  

We went out on several dates and hit it off very well.  Tommy was about 23 years old and I was 27 at the time.  Several weeks into the romantic courtship,  he began to show some of his true colors.  I am not trying to paint myself as a perfect woman, without fault or flaw.  But, there were a few things that I noticed about him that I did not like.  He was a really heavy cigarette smoker and he always arrived at my apartment with a 40 oz. bottle of beer.  I think these were some habits that he picked up during his time spent in the marines.  They were a big deal for me because I don't smoke or do drugs.  I rarely drink alcoholic beverages.  

I was annoyed at the fact that Tommy would always find a way to talk to me about his ex-wife. Apparently she did a lot of dirt to this young man and he never fully recuperated from it.   I think that everyone has issues.  If you are living on this Earth you have experienced some type of trial or tribulation or have gone though some degree of trauma at least a few times in your life.  No matter how sheltered a person is, one can never live their entire life without experiencing some sort or pain, stress or sorrow.  I think we each have our own coping mechanisms and ways of reacting to trauma and stress. 

Well, about two months into the courtship, he told me that his wife had cheated on him while he was away in Europe serving in the marines.  On top of that, she had completely emptied out this poor man’s bank accounts.  When he returned, he discovered that almost $100,000 dollars of the money that he earned was gone.   She was not paying their bills as she should have been. 

Somehow, Tommy was under the impression that he could sue his wife to recoup the money that she spent without his knowledge.  He was sorely disappointed after his divorce attorney informed him that it was not possible for spouses to sue one another.  In marriage, what’s his is hers and what's hers is his, basically.  That’s why it's important to carefully select  the person that you choose as a life partner.  If you can’t trust that person literally with your life and financial future, then it is not a wise idea to get married to them. 

So, I invited him over to my apartment for one weekend and he showed up again with a forty of Olde English in a brown bag.  I could tell that Tommy had too much to drink because his speech was a little bit slurred and he was temperamental from the moment he walked in the door.  He started taking shots at me.  

I had cooked some dinner, then we ate and watched TV.   All of a sudden he started talking about the people on his job and started ranting about women.  Then, he made the comment that “All women are bitches and whores!”  When, he saw the shock on my face, he caught himself and recanted and saying, “Except for you, my mother and my sister”.  There was no way for him to unsay what he said.  

I told him that he was not going to disrespect me and that he had to get the hell out.   He pleaded with me to stay but I wasn’t having it.  Thinking about it now, I sort of felt bad because the guy was not in any condition to go out there and drive. But, at that moment I was in my feelings and I didn't want him there.  He called me a few hours later that evening and apologized but it was too late.  I had lost respect for and interest in him.  

A few weeks after that incident, my brother-in-law called asking me how things were going between me and Tommy.  He was curious because Tommy called him after our fight and told him what happened.  Tommy was crying, saying that he thinks he fucked up.  I said, "Yeah, he’s right. He did fuck up!"  My brother-in-law basically called fishing for information to pass on to Tommy (they were homies). I cut straight to the chase and told him that I wasn't interested in reconciling with Tommy.  I didn’t hear from Tommy for several weeks after that and it appeared that he had moved on.  

Tommy is not a bad person by any stretch.  He has a lot going for him but, I think that Tommy has some emotional issues and unfinished business that he needs to work on. I think that he married too young and he chose the wrong person.  And forming a legal and emotional bond with a toxic person, can lead to a lifetime of heartache, ruin and despair. 

 He was still holding onto what his wife did to him and probably some other stuff that he never told me about.  I also think that Tommy leans too much on the drink when he is stressed out and sad.  It’s something that he needs to work on or he will just continue to repeat the same mistakes and make his future girlfriends pay for his issues.  Since he couldn’t make his ex-wife pay, he is probably making everyone else pay on a subconscious level. 


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Why Should A Woman Submit to a Man?

by noreply@blogger.com (Susan) @ The Whimsical Musings of Susan

Sometimes I think about and deconstruct situations from my past. Several years ago, I was on a dinner date with a man whom I was in a relationship with.  We started to talk more about our relationship.  He brought up the topic of “submission” and told me that I should let him “be the man” and that I should submit to him.  That blew me away and I thought that what he said was pretty dumb.

First, of all what in the Hell do you mean “let me the man”?  You are already a male and a man, you moron! Second, why must I submit to you?  Should women submit to their men because he has a penis and more testosterone flowing through his veins?   I don’t get it. 

I am not going to get deep down into the discussion.  But here’s what I deciphered from his message: Women can't think for and govern themselves.  Therefore, they need to be controlled.   Some of the things he said were very patriarchal and emanated from his religious beliefs. I probably would have been more receptive to his ideas if they weren’t so chauvinist. 

If he had come at me from a different angle, like, “Let me protect you”. OR “Let me take care of this for you” OR “Let’s do this thing together” I would have been all ears.  But, no! He had to come at me as if he were trying to mack.  Fuck out of here with that prehistoric cave man shit! 

Times have dramatically changed.  I am not necessarily in complete agreement with the Feminist Movement.  At the same time I don’t subscribe to some of the traditional roles of women in relationships.  In my opinion, men and women are not equal.  They are very different in the way that their brains are wired and in physiology.  Men are usually physically stronger than women.  And, women tend to be more emotional and intuitive than men.  That doesn’t make women stupid but that’s what it is.  Men don’t have menstrual cycles and they can’t get pregnant.  All this is common sense.  But, it doesn’t make one sex (or gender) better than the other. 

There are certain things that I prefer to do as a woman, like cooking over fixing and tearing things up.  I guess this comes from social conditioning. For instance, no matter how many times my father or male friends have shown me how to change a flat tire, I don’t get it.  The truth is that I am capable of understanding but I don’t want to do those things that I consider “too manly”.  I mean, I can't see myself getting up underneath a car and change oil.  If we’re to be completely honest here, there are some things that men are more adept at than women.  So, in those cases I submit what I perceive as "manly activities" to men. That’s not to say that there aren’t women capable of doing masculine things, though.


And on the flip side, there can be many benefits to a woman submitting to a man.  That’s particularly interesting when dealing with a man who has more knowledge, wisdom and understanding than his woman (topped with integrity).  He can offer some ideas that would benefit them both as a couple.  And he could probably teach her some things to make her a better person.  So, humility and open-mindedness in relationships definitely go a long way. 

Bottom line is that in relationships, there is always going to be some sort of compromise.  One party will probably have to do some things that they aren’t comfortable with in order to make their partner happy, and vice-versa.  I’m not saying go all out and be a fool for anyone, but there should be some give and take involved.  One party can’t be on the receiving end all the time. 

I see a romantic relationship like a team.  This idea of one person being in complete submission to the other is not teamwork.  That’s one party trying to relegate the other party to the status of a child.  It may be their way of getting control over the other person in order to do some manipulating.  Even more ridiculous, the man that I am talking about seemed to seek a relationship with a passive woman who won’t question or challenge anything that he says or does. He had a “Woman, I am in charge and don’t ever question or criticise anything that I say or do” type mentalities.

I’m not talking about being a nag or doing things to undermine or emasculate a man.  I’m talking about being a woman with intelligence and strong opinions.  Is there something wrong with that?  Furthermore, I have heard story after story about one partner being in full submission to the other.  The submissive allowed the wool to be pulled over their eyes and got screwed in the process. All I’m saying is why can’t both parties in a relationship learn to submit to one another? 

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Some Problems That I Have With The Modern Feminist Movement

by noreply@blogger.com (Susan) @ The Whimsical Musings of Susan

I had mentioned before that I am not in complete agreement with the Feminist Movement.   I respect the work of our feminist predecessors like Mary Wollestoncraft and Florence Nightingale.  There was a time in Western history that women (and their children) were considered the property of their husbands.  Husbands were legally allowed to kill and abuse their wives, with little or no legal recourse for the wives.  Women were denied basic rights, like access to education on par with their male counterparts.  During one era they were not allowed or expected to work outside of the home and denied the rights to vote, certain rights to property ownership and on and on.  Hell, there is even a clause in the Declaration of Independence which excludes women: "All [White] men were created equal".   So, we have come a long way in our history and I respect the sacrifices and contributions of most early modern feminists.

My problem lies mostly with radical feminists, who think that they are superior to men.  Some of them say the craziest of things like calling for the intentional harm and killing of men.  Yes, there are some evil men in this world.  Afterall, I've never heard of a woman starting wars or causing mass genocides and oppression.  But, to encourage the hurt of another human is really sick and hypocritical.   They've also come to a point of throwing all men up under the bus.  Whether, they like to admit it or not, women need men. Some the modern feminists of today are causing more strife and division between the sexes than anything else.  

I also take issue with what I call "popcorn feminists", like Beyonce.  She needs to go somewhere and sit down.  I kind of get that they don't like being told what to do by men.  I get it that they are working towards preparing women to be leaders.  But, my questions are, "What are these people doing to improve relations between men and women?" "What are they doing to improve conditions for females living in third-world countries?" "What are these feminists doing to stop child sex slavery going on right in our backyard?" I can't take people seriously who come up with silly marketing campaigns like "Ban Bossy", rather than finding solid solutions for important issues that impact human rights in general.  

I have read some stuff posted on the internet by radical feminists that make me question some of these people's sanity.  They come across a man-haters.  And some of them behave really hyper-agressive and anything but lady-like.  I've seen video footage of radical feminists running up on grown men like they are G's (gangsters).  They try and intimidate men by putting their hands in the men's faces, yelling obscenities and insults.   They push grown men and knock shit out of their hands. 

It's as if they are trying to test a fella's manhood by making him feel like a pussy or provoking him.  I don't advocate violence against anyone, but they are gonna fuck with the right one. Some men won't take shit from noone, whether male or female. I don't think they should be surprised if a man were to defend himself and slap the taste out their mouthes.  If they want equal treatment, then they should be prepared to be equally KO'd like a man. 

Some radical feminists criticise and denounce women who choose to stay home and care for their families.  Well, isn't it a couple's business how a couple decides to run their household? I believe that one of the beauties of the Feminist Movement is that it allowed for women to have more choices and protection under the law and in society.   If a woman decides to forgoe marriage and childbirth to pursue her career, then that's her choice.  If a woman and her husband agree that she will work outside of the home,  while he stays home with the kids, then that's their choice.  But, what is wrong with a woman wanting to stay home to nuture her children and support her husband?  Someone's got to do it and if the couple came to a mutual agreement about what the woman's role is in the family unit then, that's their business


The Demon wearing Her Sunday Best

by noreply@blogger.com (Susan) @ The Whimsical Musings of Susan

I sometimes reflect on my youth.  There was this one particular day when I was about 17 years-old and still in high school.  I used to catch two county transit buses in order to leave school and get to my job at a fast food joint.  Work usually lasted from about 5 or 6 until about 8:30 or 9:00 p.m.  After work, I would leave enough time to allow me to get to the bus terminal across the street at the mall. Back then, it took about two buses for me to get close to home.  I use the term home very loosely in this case.  For at this time, I was a ward of the state and temporarily resided in a foster home. 

I am still a little surprised that DCF allowed me to keep my job.  It’s because DCF (or HRS as it was called back then) had some problems with children running away from foster homes and shelters when they had the opportunity.  Maybe they figured that they could keep tabs on me better if I didn’t have a job.  My social worker/ counselor tried to push me to quit my job but I was pretty stubborn and refused. After a few months he stopped trying to persuade me. He was a nice fellow and probably saw that it would benefit me to keep the job.

Like I said, it took two buses for me to reach my foster home in the evenings.  I’d get off that second bus at a stop along a major highway and walk about 7 or 8 blocks to get to the foster home.  This home wasn’t in the greatest of neighborhoods, either.  There was obviously crime and drug-related activities going down in the area.  Sometimes, grown men would attempt to entice and cat-call me but I ignored them. 

Thankfully, no one ever attacked me or anything like that.  I think God was protecting me, because anything could have happened to me.  I did however, have some problems with a few stray, bad ass dogs that would roam the area at night.  One of them came very close to running up on me and biting me a few times.  So, I had to find an alternate route to avoid the bad dogs.

I thought that I had found the perfect short cut one day.  It was a church parking lot and it would help me get home much faster without facing those bad dogs.  The first few times that I used the parking lot, there was a woman standing in the parking lot like a sentinel.  I am assuming that she was a member of the church posted there to keep people from trespassing or causing problems. She and I would speak to each other and I just kept going.

I think on maybe my fifth or fourth time using the church parking lot as a short cut things changed.  The woman was there again but she refused to allow me to pass.  I told her that I was trying to avoid some bad dogs on the next block over.  It didn’t make a difference to her and she still wouldn’t let me pass. 

The reason being:  I was wearing short pants.  No, I wasn’t wearing Daisy Dukes or coochie cutters.  I was wearing shorts that stopped just above my knees.  She said, “You’re not coming through here wearing those shorts!”  I told her that the shorts were part of my work attire.  Which should have been fairly obvious to her because of the company cap and T-shirt I wore.  She didn’t care.

I tried to go around her but every time I tried going around her, she just moved in front of me with her arms extended to block me.  And, she called some big guy over to stop me.  At that point I knew that could have gotten into trouble for trespassing.  I had no choice but to turn around and leave.

It was a complete mind-fuck for me that someone who was supposedly Christian would pass judgment on me due to my modest attire.  The first few times that I used the church parking lot, I was wearing long black pants.  But, it still doesn’t justify the way that she treated me.  Did she think I was a whore because I was wearing shorts?  I don’t know.  And sometimes, older women have a way of getting jealous of younger women. Regardless, she was stuck on some old-fashioned superficial shit. The bible even says, ‘Judge not lest, ye be judged”.  

Now you know the reason behind the metaphor used in the title. That woman was wearing a long skirt and blouse. It wasn’t not even Sunday when this happened.  I still liken her to a demon wearing her Sunday best.  I was a virgin and was probably more virtuous than her. She looked dapper outwardly, but I can tell she is an ugly bitch in her spirit.  But, some people take their religion to a whole other level with their lunacy, minutiae and idiosyncrasies.  I never want to be that kind of Christian pedant. 

Should You Take a Cheating Spouse/Partner Back?

by noreply@blogger.com (Susan) @ The Whimsical Musings of Susan

Disclosure/Disclaimer: Right off rip I say that I am not a licensed psychotherapist or marriage counselor.  So, regard this blog post as mere babble rather than advice on how to handle your situation. 

There isn’t a simple yes or no response to this question.  The answer comes down to personal preference and individual circumstances.  There are so many different variables in involved in each individual’s life that need to be carefully considered in order to make the right decision.  Some things that I would take into consideration are whether the couple is married, length of time together, etc.  When there are children involved and marriage it makes the situation much more complicated.   Couples with children need to be very mindful of how divorce or separation can affect their children.  Sometimes, children internalize their parents' relationship problems and then blame themselves when divorce or separation takes place.  

I don't tend to forgive or continue relationships with known cheaters.  This is especially true when the person has a history of repeated infidelity with multiple partners.  Someone with these behavior patterns will probably continue to cheat when they realize that there aren't any real repercussions for their behavior. 

I am probably one of the loyalist women that a man could ever hope for.  I am not saying that I am perfect by any means or that I don’t make mistakes.  It’s just not my nature to cheat and I have never been sexually promiscuous.  I am also very afraid of all the sexually transmitted diseases out there.  If I ever did get burned by someone whom I am sexually active with, then I will know with 100% certainty who put the crotch on fire.  If I become pregnant then I will know who the father is.  You'll never catch me on Maury begging for a paternity test and putting my personal business out there on Front Street. Once I am emotionally invested in a committed relationship, that’s it.  I just settle down and focus on being with that one person. 

I have been approached and propositioned by men while already involved in relationships.  I made it clear to them what my relationship status was but they don’t care.  Some men and women have no respect for marriages and committed relationships.  They have no moral code or boundaries.  They will have sexual relations with anything that walks, breathes and has a dick or moist hole.  So, if I am willing to emotionally commit, forgo sexual encounters with others and be exclusive with one man, then I expect the same from him in return. Contrary to what some people seem to think, men have will power and control over their loins. 

My definition of cheating is having sexual and romantic emotional intimacy with another person.  By my definition, if you’re going on private dates with another person, having private phone conversations or sending sexual/ romantic text messages and e-mails to someone else, then you are cheating.  There is no justification for cheating.  And two wrongs don’t make a right.  If your partner cheats on you, don’t go out and cheat on them just to get revenge.  It won’t make you feel any better or esteemed.  You’ll have to make a decision whether continue the relationship and try to work things out or break up.  

If you decide to continue the relationship then it is very important that you forgive and forget. Don't use that indiscretion as a chance to throw it up in the cheating partners face whenever there is a disagreement.  Some people need marriage and psychological counseling in order to work through their feelings of betrayal.  Counseling can be very helpful to rebuild trust in the relationship.  

Another important thing to look at is the reason behind the unfaithful behaviors.  It could be caused by other underlying relationship problems that were never addressed.  Maybe the cheating spouse is seeking some sort of attention, sexual activity and/or reassurance that they weren't getting in the relationship. Perhaps, the cheating partner has a sexual addiction which requires treatment and counseling.  

Some people believe in this ideal of staying together "for the sake of the children".  It may work for some people if they can come to a place of forgiveness and leaving the past behind.  If you’re one of those types of people who hold on to grudges, then it might not work out so well.  Some sort of counseling may be needed to encourage the cheating partner to acknowledge and correct with their behavior. Above all else, he or she should be fully committed to the process of change and salvaging the relationship. 


Someone I know is an Albino

by drugcodestore @ The Drugcode

A study carried out in Nigeria reported that albinos:

"Experienced alienation, avoided social interactions and were less emotionally stable. Furthermore, affected individuals were less likely to complete schooling, find employment and find partners."

Worse still, in some sub-Saharan countries such as Tanzania, Nigeria and Burundi, the body parts of individuals with albinism are sought after by witch doctors because they are believed to bring more wealth when used for money rituals.

Some African countries, Tanzania and Zimbabwe particularly, it is believed that having sex with a woman with albinism cures AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome). This false belief has led to murder, rape, and additional AIDS infections.

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by Mark @ mosquitofixes

The best sprays to avoid Aedes mosquitoes that carry the dangerous Zika virus. An overview about their effectiveness and strategies to avoid itchy bites.

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Anatomy Scan tomorrow!!!

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Cant wait to find out if little one is :blue: (we were told at 12+6 that it looked like a boy) or if we are switching to team :pink: this time! We...

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Aveeno Hydrosport Wet Skin Spray Sunscreen With Broad Spectrum SPF 30, Sweat And Water Resistant 5 Oz
$8.99
Aveeno Body Wash - Calming - 16 oz - 2 pk
$21.67
Aveeno Baby Daily Moisture Lotion - Fragrance Free - 8 oz
$5.56
Aveeno Baby Daily Moisture Lotion, Fragrance Free, 8-Ounce Tubes (Pack of 6)
$27.45
Aveeno Anti-Itch Concentrated Lotion, 4-Ounce Bottles (Pack of 3)
$19.77
Aveeno Smart Essentials Daily Detoxifying Scrub, 5 oz
$13.49
Aveeno Positively Radiant Daily Moisturizer With Sunscreen Broad Spectrum Spf 15, 4 oz.
Aveeno Positively Nourishing Hydrating Body Wash, 16 Ounce (Pack of 2)
$21.94
Aveeno Stress Relief Moisturizing Lotion 12 Oz
$11.99
AVEENO Therapeutic Shave Gel 7 oz (Pack of 5)
$25.58
Aveeno Positively Nourishing Calming Lotion - 7 oz.
$5.87
Aveeno Active Naturals Daily Moisturizing Body Yogurt Body Wash, Vanilla and Oats, 18 Fl. Oz (pack of 3)
$25.92
Aveeno Clear Complexion Daily Moisturizer, 4 Oz
$15.68
Aveeno Positively Radiant Skin Brightening Exfoliating Daily Scrub, 5 oz.
$6.59
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