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“To Beat, or Not to Beat?” Is Not the Right Question

**The following is a guest post by Anna Edwards, Publishing Manager at Ghetto People Publishing.

If you were raised in a typical Jamaican household chances are you’ve gotten a good beating from a parent at some point, whether an aunt or an uncle, a grandparent, or some other relative. 1,453 more words



‘i love you,’ she said,
her words lay salt
against my skin.

‘i love you,’ she sighed,
her hands are soul-deep
weighing my regrets.

‘i love you,’ she promises… 15 more words


Ass Caning - An excerpt from my forthcoming New Book: Friends With Benefits - How I Played The Game

A gentle knock on my door met the reply to wait until I was ready for her. Five minutes to contemplate her fate. She had been here before. 1,337 more words

The Pandemic of Violence in the Black Community: Do we know how to relate to each other?

The black community has an out of wedlock birth rate of over 73%.  An alarming and thoroughly disheartening statistic, it is really hard to comprehend how it got so out of hand.  1,566 more words


Twin of Twins' Patrick 'Curly Lox' Gaynor Appeals to Lisa Hannah

Given the recent discussions on corporal punishment in the media following the United Nation’s request to ban all forms of physical punishment, Patrick ‘Curly Lox’ Gaynor – author of… 39 more words

Social Commentary

Christian Homeschool Kids Who Spent Two Months in State Custody to Return Home on Trial Basis

BY SAMUEL SMITH , Christian Post Reporter

Four of the seven Arkansas Christian homeschool children who were removed from their parents home in January will finally be returned to live full time on a 60-day trial basis after the family reached a mediated agreement with the Arkansas Department of Human Services on Tuesday. 964 more words