Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Introductory Teaser


Wait! Before you get started, you need to read this first because after this page it starts to get real raw. I wrote this book to educate and inform women about men, regardless of what you may think after you read it. I wrote in a form that shows the locker-room lingo that men use with one another if asked certain questions. I didn’t intend to write every sentence in perfect grammatical form. I wanted women to read the truth from the mind of a man.

I’m a masculine man, not some bitch-ass pansy who feels he has to relate to a woman’s emotions in order to get his point across. I don’t care about any of that. I feel that the bond between African-American men and women is deteriorating rapidly, and I want to try to do something about it, but I don’t want to be soft about it. I want to teach the naive and misguided women who I feel are misinformed, and ill prepared about their responsibilities in getting and maintaining a relationship with a man of quality. I don’t want to be nice about my delivery, I don’t want to be subtle, and I don’t want to dilly dally, pussyfoot, tap dance, tiptoe, or beat around the bush. I want to give you the truth straight out. I’m not concerned with whom I may offend or hurt, and I don’t give a damn if you like what I have to say or not. I think too many men are too passive about things when it comes to women to avoid hurting their feelings or starting unnecessary drama. But there’s no line drawn when it comes to a woman hurting a man’s feelings. She feels she has the full right to say whatever she wants, regardless of the impact it may have on a man’s emotions. I also have this right. Within this book, I’ve tried my best to use that right to its absolute zenith. Please believe through editing that a lot more has been removed to make room for the book’s core points. I think as men we shouldn’t scale back our masculinity in order to connect with women. As a man, I’m independent, take charge, and in control. If a female doesn’t understand or can’t accept these things then she needs to find herself an effeminate metrosexual or nowadays another woman who can better fulfill her needs. Neither I nor any other man should have to restrain our natural masculinity and dominant way of behaving because of a female’s insecurities, anxieties, and idiosyncrasies. I feel if you start to subdue your behavior at the behest of a woman, it diminishes you as a man. So take a deep breath and relax, relate, and release all of those ill feelings and emotions you have toward men and let yourself be educated, informed, and enlightened.

-AKA- “The Re-Educator”
Copyright 2008