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In addition, we touched on the topic of caucasian women attempting to steal the identity of the black woman.Our special guest were Deena Jacobs a former interracial relationship panelist on Dr.The show was action packed with angry callers and two very different perspectives on interracial relationships.Interracial Dating Part 1: A massive expansion to the online “gang-stalking” community has occurred in recent years, with thousands of websites, videos and organized events for people expressing their concerns that there is systematic form of electronic and physical pursuit of “targeted individuals” being conducted by government and corporate entities.I can name about 1,200 other ladies who feel the same way. When I looked at the longer clip of the show (below) along with this new knowledge, Deena seems more like an actress than a woman truly hurt or concerned by black men dating non-black women. This chick just wants to be popular for having the same figure as Kimmy Kakes.Her follow-up “Plantation Mentality” video shows you just how serious she takes her cameo on Dr. And the man who got in her face about her attitude in the “Life Changers” trailer for the show?Many have argued that the caucasian female wants the black woman’s life.This stance can be supported with the increase of plastic surgery including buttox implants, dating high-profile black men, and other actions taken by caucasian women.
Thanks to a fabulous reader who alerted us over email, we cracked the case on a few of the guests who appeared on the show.
What I can’t understand is why the people behind the show would even take a chance on having a man who says he needs to smoke a blunt as he discusses black women who “talk white,” and n****s who don’t know how to play spades, all the while calling black women b*****s and h*s.
As a result of his hatred for black women he proudly states he can see why “Chris Brown beat that b*****s a**.” And surprise, dude’s got mommy issues too.
Drew today for a conversation about drug use in America and how the medical community is focusing its efforts to try and better understand the way that our brains interact with drugs, especially when it comes to the opioid crisis in America. Drew to talk about her New York Times bestselling book, The Gift of Failure: How the Best Parents Learn to Let Go So Their Children Can Succeed.
Jessica and Drew do a deep dive on Jessica's history working the fields of education and drug treatment as well as her career as an author and her upcoming book on how to raise our next generation as more addiction resistant. Drew is joined by you, the listeners this week on The Dr.