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Ree shares her thoughts on life, as viewed through the lens of race, gender, and pop culture issues. No holds barred! Always honest, all of the time!

Coffee and Cream Talk -- The Intersection Where All Things Race, Gender, and Pop Culture Meet Ree

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0, 3 Ratings

Ree shares her thoughts on life, as viewed through the lens of race, gender, and pop culture issues. No holds barred! Always honest, all of the time!

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Melmendi ,

Excellent

Great podcast!

Inquisitionista ,

Why NOT Blame Her?

Great topic! FINALLY, someone OFFICIALLY ASKING the questions I often ask but rarely have other women who care to answer the question, or admit the underlying problem.

Bottom line, women are incompetent and pretty much in NEED of men! If you don't have one, EVERY OTHER WOMAN KNOWS you definitely need to get one ASAP! If you have one, no matter how good he is, it is YOUR responsibility to keep him, at any cost! Because, having one (whether he's "worthy" of you keeping him or not) is always a step above the woman who does NOT have one. Women are in need of men, so it's worth keeping the one you have (if you're lucky enough to have one) than to have to start all over.

Secondly, women know their places when it comes to their place in society, relationships, in church, etc. Women are NOT equal to men! There are things women can ONLY say (or do) to OTHER WOMEN, even if the men are 100% at fault and should be held 100% accountable for certain things, like the topic here. Thus, women figure they are already in competition with just about every other woman, so they are more willing and ready to get revenge SOMEHOW, and it's easier to "blame" someone OTHER than their husband, and it's easier to blame someone more on the same level as the you/the wife. Women seem to just hate each other already ANYWAY, and cheating gives a woman just cause to lash out and be as hateful as she wants to be.

And, if it's generally understood that "all men cheat," it's simply easier to make what has already been "invested" in or built in the current cheating relationship than to have to be faced with (and/or blamed for by other women) starting all over again.

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