"TALK TIME WITH URIEL" will be a weekly podcast where salient issues and interesting real life stories will be discussed. Majorly targeted at correcting the disfigured norms and obvious abnormalities. If you do not mind, grab your seat and LET'S TALK.
Society or The Men themselves: Who or what is responsible for the promiscuity amongst men?
"He is a man, let him live his life." "He is a man, he can take care of himself." "So you mean you have never done it? You are not a man." These among other stereotypical statements are the things men have to hear and live with all their lives. However, have these things contributed to the lifestyle they exhibit or they are simply the architect of their own downfall.
Toxic femininity is a subject that has been pushed under the rug for so long. Although women are not raping, killing and violating men in the same way that men rape, kill, and violate women; society needs to understand that there is also toxic femininity, which is as a result of a deeply patriarchal social system and its dictates. Toxic femininity is as real and as dangerous as masculine toxicity, and it is time to talk about it!
Toxic masculinity involves cultural pressures for men to behave in a certain way. And it is likely this affects all boys and men in some fashion. Why must a man be forced to live in a certain kind of way? Oftentimes leading to excessively being a man or other times underperforming as a man.
Why do we often misinterpret and wrongly apply what is the world's most beautiful virtue? We often want to replace the enduring and intense feeling of love with frivolity. How about you simply give yourself the opportunity to LOVE AND BE LOVED. Enough of being in denial. Love is beautiful and everyone deserves to have a taste of it. Let's plunge right in!!!
Intelligence vs Brilliance part 2
Elaborations are made on the words intelligence and brilliance. A wrap on two commonly used but misconstrued word. Let's dive in.
Intelligence vs Brilliance; what's your pick?
"That lady is quite intelligent" "That lady is quite brilliant." Some will say you are saying the same thing but using different words. Is that really the case? If I call you a brilliant person, does that also translate to me calling you an intelligent person? Let's address the matter.