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Why are so many black kids born out of wedlock?

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wedlockReported by Liku Zelleke

A staggering 72% of African American children are born to single moms. This shocking fact is the subject of a new documentary entitled “72%“, from Moguldom Studios, which sheds light on what is today being called the “baby mama” epidemic.

It has long been known that that effects of being brought up in a broken home is a factor that hugely affects a child’s future, as can be understood from the words of the late Daniel Patrick Moynihan, a social scientist and former senator from New York. He said, “From the wild Irish slums of the 19th-century Eastern seaboard, to the riot-torn suburbs of Los Angeles, there is one unmistakable lesson in American history: a community that allows large numbers of young men to grow up in broken families, dominated by women, never acquiring any stable relationship to male authority, never acquiring any set of rational expectations about the future — that community asks for and gets chaos.”

The new documentary, which has already won acclaim as well as the Audience Buzz Award at the Black Woman Film Festival in June, tries to delve into the history of black families, right from the times of slavery up to today’s broken homes where mothers find themselves taking care of families with child support and welfare checks.

A news release for “72%” mentions that the African-American community hasn’t quite grasped the direness of the situation and didn’t take kindly to criticism from the likes of Don Lemon, Rush Limbaugh, reporter Ben Carson or even Black community figureheads like Bill Cosby and President Barack Obama.

The release also states that “72%provides a raw and analytical view of the media’s portrayal of this phenomenon in regards to African-American households. Single black mothers chime in to tell their stories from their vantage point. Cameras follow one single mother of three as she changes hats from full-time employee to full-time caretaker in order to provide and care for her children on her own. 72% leaves no rock left unturned as it seeks to expose this issue from all perspectives and compel viewers to reconstruct the African American family from the ground up.”

You can get your copy of “72%” by clicking here.


  1. sungod

    August 4, 2014 at 10:48 am

    You guys just don’t get it!You cannot make a female do anything she doesnt want to do!Stop blaming BOYS when they don’t understand,never had a Father in their life and are being prayed upon for welfare checks!ALOT of young dumb females don’t want to go to school,don’t want to get a job,don’t want to sacrifice until they are able to take care of themselves.They want everything right now and on their terms which means find a guy get pregnant get on aid,get checks,foodstamps,child support if he works and do their own thing like everybody else,this is the hoodlife they live and they luv it.If they didnt they would do something about it!

    • Josephys Dafils

      August 4, 2014 at 4:21 pm

      I do not think that we are blaming “the boys” here. I am just saying that young men need to be responsible. That’s all. It takes two people to have sex. Therefore, both parties need to be responsible. Stop having sex without protection. Just stop this madness, already! STD is high in our community… stop the madness. The safe sex is abstinence. But, the reality is that they will have sex. At least, use some protection.

    • MW

      August 4, 2014 at 7:38 pm

      @ Sungod, Have you ever thought to wonder why the “boys” would be attracted to the women wanting and/or waiting on a welfare check? Does it mean that they have any less responsibility to practice safe sex? Both parties have a responsibility to practice safe sex once a decision is made to copulate. Irregardless of the circumstances, after a child is conceived is a little too late to play the blame game. Only the child will get the short end of the stick when born to irresponsible parents.

  2. Ann G.

    August 4, 2014 at 12:52 pm

    This is a good question, one I have pondered myself, why can’t we as Black women wait until we have our education, a husband and then the kid. There are a hundred birth control methods on the market and we are too dumb to take any, men have and they are always going to drink the milk when they can get it free and we so willingly hand it to them and then we are left looking stupid and broke nine months later! But then you are so stupid that the next man that comes along you do the same thing, you end up with a house full of little crumb crushers by several different men and you are still broke, no money in the bank, living off of others paychecks, where are the fathers? They are down the street getting more babies by your friends and neighbors that are as dumb as you are. Ladies wake up and look out for #1!

    • Josephys Dafils

      August 4, 2014 at 4:14 pm

      You are so correct. I could not say this better. We need to educate these young ladies. Young ladies, you are not a baby machine.

  3. Allen Shaw

    August 4, 2014 at 1:02 pm

    I submit the following for your consideration:
    Devastating new 72 % of children are raised in a home without a father. Who would argue with the statistics prepared by the very most intelligent individuals one could find. Church leaders, politicians, sociologist all or most living in upper class communities looking into other individuals lives.
    Fact number one: Many women choose to not have a father, yet answer their biological urge to have children. They can afford to have the children and no one yet has proven that they cannot raise the children. If such prove could be supplied the courts of the United States would be loaded with court cases to prevent the artificial insemination of women.
    Next, the biological urge of women are going to drive them to find a sex partner, since the cost of morning after pills are high many births that could have been prevented occur. All sexually active women should have the morning after pill provided to them as cheaply as other preventative methods. More education about the times of the month when women can become pregnant should be prepared and perfected and published to assist the young women in actually understanding how, why and when they get pregnant.
    Next the imaginary believe that abstinence is humanly possible is folly and those who believe it are either purposefully ignoring facts of life or no longer have the normal sex drives that most individuals are “plagued” with.
    Next, many women are impregnated with men who are later incarcerated and eventually become lifetime prisoners.
    Next far more children who “live without fathers” have men in their lives, (often their fathers); however because of the current and past laws the fathers do not show up on records.
    Next, many men who have been counselled by men who are partners with the mothers, grow up and disclaim any positive experience that they may have had as not being their father and use the circumstances as their excuse for their failure and unhappiness.
    Let us not forget the misunderstanding of many males that creating babies is a matter of pride to prove that they are men!
    A new study need to be made to define the word “father” for the purposes of social studies. Looking back on the past, with eyes wide open, one can see many periods in history where there has been a shortage of “biological father’s”. After major wars when millions of men have been killed, somehow society compensated and moved on.
    Looking at the economic conditions of today, one can see that many women would rather have no man then to put up with one who is abusive or an economical non-producing individual. Thus the high unemployment rate of Black males is the major concern and the failure of finding some work that is commensurate with the mental and physical abilities of the unemployed should be the main concern of sociologist instead of some attempt to work against natural forces wringing ones hands longing for some imaginary time when men and women only had sexual activities when they were married.
    Maybe finally marriage is a concept which has been with mankind for many thousands of years. It is doubtful if the requirement for license, ministers or Justices of the Peace have had any real meaning until property became a part of the society. The battle over the uses of the word marriage and what it means will continue to be of concern to those individuals who are members of religious organizations. It is doubtful if their will ever be a total acceptance of any one meaning of marriage so children will continue to be raised by single mothers, single fathers, married men and women, married women to women and married men to men!
    Now, what do we do?
    We know we have a problem, we can intelligently discuss the problems and we can seek some meaningful solutions.
    Much effort will have to be put into developing training programs for those individuals who have no means of providing support for themselves or their children. Meaningful jobs will have to be developed.
    When it is determined who the baby’s father is every effort should be taken to identify that person and start engaging them in process of being a father to that child. If the male is married adequate steps should be taken to hold that individual responsible and they should be required to provide male bonding whenever possible.
    Men should have some reasonable fear about having sex with an un-wed woman!
    Men who have children and no longer wish to pay for additional children should have vasectomies. Men who have proven to be sexually aggressive with multiple women resulting in many children should be required to have vasectomies.
    Could it be faulty social mores that encourage so much sex with individuals other than one’s partner?
    Social mores need to be reviewed to make certain that the work ethic is returned to the mindset of those who have failed to understand the concept and the work ethic need to be firmly established in our children at an early age.
    All work is good and no work is below ones dignity;
    A person must earn and learn his way to better working conditions;
    No limit is placed on how high one can raise with best efforts!
    As an addition to the above I would offer the following. I was taught at a very early age that I had to earn my own money for candy and other small items. We have replaced this requirement with allowances, which creates a mindset of “entitlement without contribution”. New acceptable duties need to be developed to enable young people today to “earn” small amounts of money thus establishing a feeling of a need to work and a pride in one’s self. Giving poor children an allowance is positive way to teach them that they will not have to work.
    I have witnessed families who were devout members of their church, who have done what seemed to me everything that a good “Christian family” should do, yet within that family the parents have had their hearts broken by the activities of their children who have been swayed by the social mores of their community at large. I have witnessed a young woman who had been cast off by her parents when found with child, who had provided care for her children and made every positive attempt with the assistance of others in the community to see to their correct upbringing.
    Wringing ones hands and selling books to individuals who cannot read are not two of the means that are going to assist those individuals in our community who have problems.
    While I was preparing this response I happened to read someone remark about the “olden days” when everyone was married. I am old enough to remember some of the result of those “good old days” seeing a frighten women apprehensively looking for her drunken husband to come home to beat her, with nowhere to turn for relief because of the social mores that said a home was a man’s castle. Be careful what you ask for you might get it again!
    This is not some mathematical problem and needs to be studied carefully. This is not some problem that is going to be solved by everyone going to church.

    • Iratus

      August 5, 2014 at 3:43 pm

      Your bulk (Allen) of the blame is on men and it assumes that the women are like little children who need to be guided by the hand. The women CAN NOT raise children on their own which is why they seek child support and get taxpayer money to raise children they can NOT afford – they are deadbeat moms. The morning after contraception can cost 40 dollars or more, that is still inexpensive in comparison to raising a child for 18 to 20 years! That does not address the social effects of raising males in a female headed household who end up becoming emotional misfits who can NOT control themselves. When a woman acts up in public, she is still seen as a possible victim or treated like a some hysterical irresponsible child. When a man, who learned how to express himself from his mother and the women around him, acts up then the police are called and he gets a record. Continue to scale back the funding for deadbeat mothers. They arrest deadbeat dads don’t they? They are still NOT held accountable if they have children in a poor environment – which is THE MOST idiotic thing they can do. If you live in a poor area where bullets are flying, WHY IN THE WORLD WOULD YOU PUT YOURSELF IN A SITUATION THAT WOULD CAUSE YOU TO REMAIN THERE?! Spewing out more children, that you can NOT afford, into the community to sling or catch bullets is one of those moronic ways.

  4. Leslie

    August 4, 2014 at 1:17 pm

    The way I see it, it’s always been an issue since the dawn of time with every culture. But since folks so fascinated with black culture, ill put it this way.Police kill black men, black men kill black men, drugs and disease take them out and so does mass incarceration. The decent ones are bred off and sold to white women. Whats left may marry black women and commit numerous extra marital affairs or have numerous wives, concubines or babymanas. We hate the term but they exist to stop the black race from becoming extinct. We don’t have enough black men so we are forced to share. Alot of us don’t want white men because its too much like slavery and nobody wants pink ding a lings. Truth hurts.

    • S

      August 4, 2014 at 2:09 pm

      Leslie, I will agree to disagree with some of your comments. But regardless, there is no excuse for a woman (girl) in this age to have an unplanned pregnancy. I agree that black men are not at the top of the food chain. Many are out of work, sell drugs, on drugs, incarcerated, and etc. I will also agree that black men are killing black men, cops are killing black men, and black men are killing themselves—but regardless of these facts—black women (girls) need to have enough love and respect for themselves and not become a stereotype. I think it is ridiculous to have so many young, teenage girls walking around with babies on their hips and referring to themselves as “baby mama(s).” Seriously, let’s not focus so much on the black man and let’s focus on ourselves; the black woman. We need to see ourselves as more that just “so & so’s baby mama.” In fact, we need not become “so & so’s baby mama!” We do not have to have this 72% attached to us; we choose that. There is a lot of responsibility associated with having s3x and yes kids are a part of that. I am not going to sit here and say abstinence is the key, because that is unrealistic—but being a stupid little black girl with a bunch of babies definitely is not the answer. The reality is, if you think you are old enough to have s3x, then you are old enough to educate yourself on the dynamics of s3x. As black women, we should be more selective when choosing a partner. Yes, I know the pickings are slim, but guess what, if our standards were already high then it would not make a difference. We do not have to give it up and lay down with every sorry, poor excuse of a man that comes our way. In fact, if he already had kids (and barely takes care of them,) what makes us think this no good SOB will stick around and take care of “our” kids. Unfortunately, there is a lot of black woman with little-to-no expectations in regards to choosing a mate. MISTAKE #1!!! And trust me, there is absolutely nothing wrong with dating outside of your race. We need to be open to what’s best for us and not just being with any man because he is one of us.

  5. S

    August 4, 2014 at 1:30 pm

    It is sad to say, but this is indeed the era of “baby mama(s) and baby daddy(s).” First of all, to even be referred to as either is ignorant and shows a lack of intelligence. Second, there is absolutely no excuse for having unplanned pregnancies in this day and age; NO EXCUSE! There are too many options for birth control and many of these options are free-to-no cost if you visit your local women’s clinic.

    It saddens me to think how many children are suffering because they are born to single, poor, and uneducated mothers. Many have absolutely no understanding of what it means to have a father or father figure. But then again, the women who are birthing these babies lack this very same concept. How can you give your child what you never had? How can you supply your child with the tools you lack? The reality is you cannot. Knowledge is power and until we educate ourselves, we will always lack the tools needed for success. Instead of education and progression, many of these women regress and continue this hellish cycle. They have baby after baby—from man after man. Our communities are filled from top to bottom with single mothers, men and women on drugs, alcohol, and anything else they can find to numb the pain. The worst part of all, many of the children born in this venomous cycle end up repeating the very same generational curse that plagued their lives and/or succumbing to much worse.

    Just the other day I saw a young girl (she could not have been anymore that 14 or 15) pregnant and waiting at the bus stop. She was with another girl (around her age) and she was pushing a baby stroller. My God, when are these girls going to wake up. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to understand the hell they are going to endure along with their kids. What has happened to this world?

    • leslie

      August 4, 2014 at 6:00 pm

      S, I agree with you 100%

  6. Jessica

    August 4, 2014 at 1:59 pm

    God gave men the authority over their seed and families. Black male sub-culture encourages one another to defile, debase, and abandon black women children. They mock those black men who show love and romance to black girls, but applaud any black male who can either romance and marry, or sexually debase white girls.

    There is a whole generation of black men who have been exposed to misogynistic hip-hop, which has devalued black women in their eyes, and in the eyes of the world. Black women who were formally highly respected members of our communities, are now commonly referred to as “bit__es and ‘hoes” by both black and white men.

    Black male color issues are at the base of the rejection of black women and their babies. Black men openly say in public, “I don’t want a dark skin black woman.” Yet they have no problem sexually using black girls and walking away. They have set up a black woman apartheid social construct, as indicated by the recent casting call for the NWA project. They say it in the music. They say it to one another. Here recently, we have heard both black men and women refer to black babies as “ugly.” Never in our history have so many black men distanced themselves from commitment and obligation to the women they came from and the children they have produced.

    The moral decline of the nation in general, has contributed to the a climate of sexual promiscuity that is causing over 285,000 black abortions each year. Black men need to value their seed, elevate their women, embrace their children, and construct a moral sexual code of conduct that will not only given them collective honor, but will stabilize African American family life. Black boys need to be taught to love, honor and romance black girls, and to marry the mother of their children before they are born.

    • Perplexed

      August 4, 2014 at 4:28 pm

      I intended to respond, but after reading your response I don’t need to you said everything I intended to say and more. The sad thing is that it is getting worse and WE, black men and women are in denial. Thank you for stating the obvious truth.

    • Josephys Dafils

      August 4, 2014 at 4:34 pm

      Jessica well said. I will add the women and men need to be responsible.

    • Iratus

      August 5, 2014 at 4:01 pm

      What is in quotes is from “Jessica” above:
      “There is a whole generation of black men who have been exposed to misogynistic hip-hop, which has devalued black women in their eyes, and in the eyes of the world.”

      And there are black women who support this calling each other horrible names. How come black women are not coming out, en masse, against this?

      “They mock those black men who show love and romance to black girls, but applaud any black male who can either romance and marry, or sexually debase white girls.”

      I have not seen black men who come out and mock other black men who do this and LAUD black men who marry non-black women (there is more than just the binary classification). I HAVE seen black women who act different when they acquire a white or non-black male and then parade that partner (obnoxiously) as if their mate was some prize.

      A phrase of “strong black women” was indignantly repeated by black women to imply that they do not need a man. YET they go get child support and taxpayer funding because they can NOT raise children on their own -they are NOT strong. Many are incapable of resisting the predominant cultural view of beauty in term of hair (the european strings) and go out and purchase horse hair weave rather than cultivating their natural crown – even though they live in a poor area and struggle to pay their bills they WILL have enough for weave – they are NOT strong.

      That argument of lauding the black woman has been problematic because it means they can not be critiqued because everything they do is excused because they’re queens (including having children in poor dangerous areas without having any economic means to leave such areas). They can be still be lauded even if they kill their children by drowning, placing them in a microwave or leaving them to burn in a building fire – they’re queens who wear the crown their european subjects (weave and wigs) notwithstanding of course.

      No, they are not queens and they should NOT be blindly worshiped but critiqued (for improvement) for the faults they make. I do not take the blame away from black men here; however, when a bulk of them are raised in an environment with no father just sperm donors then they are liable to think that is what they are suppose to do when they “grow up.” They need to be more responsible themselves and there needs to be a pervasive cultural change that removes the foul prize of sexual conquest as a benchmark for success.

      • Jessica

        August 6, 2014 at 12:28 am

        Men determine how women and children live. Men set the climate wherever they live be it in a quite neighborhood, or a violent one. Only men can police men; and only black men can stop this- our cultural genocide. Black men have to determine to protect their seed, to honor their women and marry the mother of their children, demand a safe and moral climate in which to raise their children, and seek to control business/education in African American communities.

        With regard to the name calling. Throughout our duration in this land; from the 1600’s right up to the 1970’s, when black men did not publically refer to black women in derogatory terms,(remember when black men only sang of love, romance, courtship and marriage) black women did not refer to one another using these slurs. When black men elevate and demand respect for their women, the world will respect black men and their demands to protect black women and children.

  7. S

    August 4, 2014 at 2:13 pm

    I couldn’t agree more Jessica!

  8. deotha woodburn

    August 4, 2014 at 2:47 pm

    because black women are having them. if black women stop, having babies out of wedlock, then it would stop. black women, thinks, and feel, that the best way to hold on to that, black man is with a baby, married, or not. Not. being a woman, we first have to teach our sisters, the importance, of ourselves, and the value, of who we are. once they understand that, then, we will not be so, quick to think, we need a baby, and a man, to make us a woman.

  9. Billy_Ray_Valentine

    August 4, 2014 at 2:51 pm

    Women have fought long and hard for the right to control their own bodies. Unless someone forced you or any woman to have unprotected sseexx it is YOUR responsibility to verify if a man is capable of being a good father. It’s a fact that many men only want sseexx and not start a family or children and it is the woman’s responsibility to know the different. Stop blaming men for YOUR bad choices. Since women won’t/can’t take responsible for what goes on with their bodies perhaps the laws should be changed where the choice is mandated for them.

    • Jessica

      August 6, 2014 at 1:33 am

      Most black girls are born into a sexually predatory environment. Black girls are on the sexual defensive from advances black boys and men and others, from the inception of conscious social understanding until the day they die. This indecent sexually charged environment is structured and condoned by black men who teach black boys to view black girls/women as collective sexual prey, rather than cherished members of our families/culture that deserve high regard and protection; because through them male legacies are forged, and the future of the culture is cast.

      It is the responsibility of men to create a moral and orderly climate in their culture(all other cultural men readily accept this fact and responsibility). Men should be the pillars that hold up the character and honor of our people, rather than sullying the minds, hearts and spirits of our boys and young men towards black girls and women.

      Men have to take responsibility, and they will have to take charge in order to create virtuous and honorable crops of exemplary young black men who are laudable candidates for good relationship with black young women.

      The word “husband” means “gardener.” He grows live stock that plants seeds to increase their numbers – animal husbandry. The husband gardener plants seeds in the ground to grow food crops to feed his family/community. The husband also plants his seed in his wife to grow a brood of children – kindergarten. The husband that tends to his gardens will grow beautiful strong byproducts of all his efforts. Good fathers teach their sons to protect their family honor, and elevate the women in their lives; thus producing honorable sons, loyal brothers, and protective husbands.

      God kicked Adam out of the Garden of Eden, despite what Eve did, because is was incumbent upon Adam to uphold God’s instructions.

  10. Radiance

    August 4, 2014 at 3:11 pm

    Has anyone thought about the idea that a lot of black couples don’t want or need the government to validate their reactionship with a certificate and are together and have been for many years? Wedlock is a term created by the government to make difference and ostracize families and try to make people feel bad for their choices. There are plenty of black couples that have ceremonies dedicated to a commitment to each other , with government documentation.

    • Perplexed

      August 4, 2014 at 4:32 pm

      Radiance, I mean no disrespect, but your reply is old and truthfully no longer valid. Please just take a look at our communities. I don’t care where you live, if it’s in a black community than the statistics in every area is dismal and worse than the immigrants many are fighting to remain in the country. Ask any educator to compare and contrast children who have two parents and those that live in single parent homes. The differences in behavior, academics and motivation are astonishing. No, not all but the overwhelming majority. You can’t possibly look at what’s happening in our black communities and think that we are handling our business.

  11. Barba ra

    August 4, 2014 at 3:36 pm

    Because we choose not to abort..most times. People(all) have been having babies married not married for centuries,and will continue. This is NOT new. Along with all the ones born out of wedlock at the “Big house”. And yes we do not do anything we do not want to do. Works BOTH ways/both responsible.

  12. Read and think !

    August 4, 2014 at 3:49 pm

    Economics, education, desire, knowledge of self & marriage to keep father at home.

  13. rikado100pma

    August 4, 2014 at 4:42 pm

    no matter all that is said and done the main problems is this dont the young black females see this tragedy every day of their lives????? why do they not try to tio day they see this kind of thign happening yet they keep on “spreading legs ” to any “brother” and then they do the same with another “brother” and another and another…I look at mexican women who have many kids but there is only one father for all their children and even if they are not married the man stays with the woman and his kids.
    This is not a new phenomenom its been going on for more than 60 years when will these “loose black women ” learn to not be so “easy ?????

  14. Hiroader2

    August 4, 2014 at 6:06 pm

    The 72% percent unwed procreations were casual, uncommitted relationships at best to begin with… I’m reading alot of over- analogically speculations where procreations by unwed partnered people without committing marriage is just a simple concept to grasp… Consider this most unwed procreations happen before either sex partners even own a rental lease or a property deed.., Which means they haven’t even established themselves as adults…. Most haven’t manage development of skill, trade, or education and that’s black men AND black females… Wouldn’t the opposition to being UNWED is to be WED?… If dysfunction, broken homes & undevelopement is the issue with most unwed dilemmas, It would seem the answer would be to reverse the scenario… My answer would be to start with the new generation who haven’t begun the cycle yet…. Because without pointing fingers back-n-forth we need to recognize the current culture is toxic, it wreaks of viral dysfunction by both blk males & females…. Dysfunctional reality (dirty laundry) television is an indicator of “socially engineered” black low self-esteem. Divorce court, DNA testing, People’s Court, Murray, Jerry, Cheaters, Cops, if it weren’t for colored people these medias wouldn’t exist… They can broadcast black dysfunction for decades., But their quick cancellation of “Honey Boo Boo or Duck Dynasty ” after the minimal of criticism ….. WHY?

  15. leslie

    August 4, 2014 at 6:06 pm

    Listen, I am 37 and have avoided being someone’s babymama all these years. I spent 10 glorious years in the Air Force, travelling where I met my husband but he cheated and gave me chylymidia, scarred my tissues and made me barren. I married again 15 years later, but he left because I couldn’t get pregnant. In 2011, I reunited with an old friend, we dated, and I became pregnant. He had children already and didn’t do right by them. So I avoided the title for almost 40 years but ended up one anyway. I don’t like it at all but I tried marriage and it didn’t work. I refuse to accept that title because I am a damn good mother and my son is very priviledged and well taken care of.

  16. leslie

    August 4, 2014 at 6:09 pm

    Yes, people tried to make me feel ashamed, but when your my age gving birth, ITS A MIRACLE!, God didn’t forget about me, he didn’t leave me to be alone without a husband or children. He gave me someone to love.

  17. blacjk jones

    August 4, 2014 at 7:25 pm

    Black kids are born out of LOVE!!!!!…..NOTHING ELSE!!!

  18. Arneader

    August 4, 2014 at 7:40 pm

    Coming from a lineage if two parent homes on both sides. Having my husband leave us when my don was eight months old . What I learned was that it doesn’t matter that a child comes from a two parent home but a GOOD home. One parent, multi racial or poor home. So long as it’s a good home. If the single black parent us a good parent that’s all that matters. I would not advise an underage mother of any race take on that responsibility.

    My last note when I became a mother at age 30 my childhood friend became a grandmother.

  19. @spotlightdigital

    August 4, 2014 at 8:43 pm

    In the seventies and before, black families living below poverty were told ‘If they wanted to receive a check, there “Could Not” be a father in the house! Period! That’s were this all started! There used to be a saying, “When You say Hello to welfare, say Farewell to your man!”

  20. Mz. Observant

    August 4, 2014 at 10:27 pm

    Wow! This is a very hot topic on this site! One thing I will agree with most on is protection is key. With all of these diseases running rampant in our communities I cannot for the life of me understand why people willingly go unprotected in the first place. There has been the excuse that the “condom broke”. Really? If you believe that that is an issue why not use spermicides? Or even the female condom? Then there is the old fashioned “Birth Control Pill.” If you prefer not to use it due to some of its harmful side effects, then why not use one of the methods above? The other thing I would like to mention is that out of most of us who marry the fathers of our children, how many actually stay and choose to walk out for one reason or another? No one person is to blame here. Both parents share the brunt of the responsibility of raising their kids as well as being sensible for using protection when you cannot afford to raise a whole houseful of children. Most importantly, not every woman should be a “mother” and not every man is suited to become a “father.”

  21. Devon

    August 5, 2014 at 12:32 am

    blkmn just fukkin to fuk aint stayin and blkwmn need to get that sheit in their heads. Blkmn that love honor respect the blkwmn they fukkin put rings on it and license their hand and stay when the babies come. Yall talkin bout responsibility dudes dont get pregnant wmn do so wmn need to keep they legs closed till they meet a blkmn whose gonna wife them up and if yall gonna do fuk buddy thing use birth control and tell that nucca to put on condoms but yall aint gonna do that becuz somma yall so desperate for dyck yall will just fuk any thang on two feet.

    • Queenie

      April 8, 2020 at 1:13 pm

      Devon you are right ! Nobody else gets it.

  22. godfather05

    August 5, 2014 at 2:07 am

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