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"If I knew you were coming I'd have set fire to the place."

Film Noir

I love Film Noir. As a child, I spent many a summer’s day ensconced in a darkened room watching old movies in the middle of the day – a time when very few watched TV in those days – and the ‘unpopular’ stuff was shown; old black and white films, public information films, or in some instances, a potters wheel! 1,279 more words

Movies

The Role Of Men In Feminism

” Feminism was initiated as a drive directed at self-empowerment of women and enabling them to function independent of male support ; not rejecting the entire male population and their experiences.

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Empowerment

"State of Dissonance"

“Find the rhythm find the rhythm.”

The rhythm, in some defined by the Bass cords.

Feel the Bass line then you’ll recognize the melody.

Feel the flow, the dissonance abandons and all becomes harmonious. 804 more words

Communications

Depression and Sex!

While researching this topic for my new book, I managed to discover men brains in depression are totally different than women brains. As if we didn’t know that most men are horny little toads. 184 more words

Mental Health, Self Care, Depression, Anxiety

"Villain/Vixen; Your Call"

Villain comes from the old Anglo-Saxon-French lexicon as it descends from the Latin word “Villanus”.  Code, as in all things passed down and means (farmhand). Conveniently used to describe anyone of lesser statue so that all will know, this lot will psychologically remain bound to the soil.  999 more words

Communications

"MindYa..."

Matilda, after she said what she came to say started a mental process within my mind. Images I’ve seen many ‘ah times. Just not of the enormous white rabbit by the same name know to hop around and happy to just be around.  1,513 more words

Communications

"A Moment With The Rogue"

“Seriously”

“Fo Sho”, and if you expect the dialogue to proceed down these lines maintaining the culturally colloquial speech patterns so it can be concluded, “Idiot on the rise” then… Let’s ride. 874 more words

Communications