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So Frail II...
Toxic Femininity
by Racine McGee View author's profile page

Overview


So Frail takes an objective look into the embodiment of femininity as it pertains to Black males. The purpose of the writing is not to make generalizations for an entire population of men. It is, however, a means to invoke the dialogue necessary to improve the conditions of these men. Thus, creating a better circumstance for the community to which these men belong.
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Description


The content within this writing is specifically used to disseminate information. It is not used to persuade, dissuade or convince anyone into accepting or denying any ideologies. It is simply used to express some of the conditions that affect Black men throughout the diaspora. The goal of the writing is to spark the thoughts that will bring about the change necessary to improve the conditions of the relationships within the Black community. Read these words with objectivity; allowing the information to provide you with a perspective that may, or may not, have been considered. Thank you.
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About the author


Racine McGee is a man wise beyond his years. His style of writing is short, yet impactful; delivering deep levels of insight through relatively short choices of words. Through his written expressions, he has the unique ability to captivate any audience through his use of imagery, symbolism and metaphorical content. A rare gem, indeed, his words have the power to uplift, transform and inspire. Embrace his words and allow them to open your mind to new perspectives; perspectives which are not readily considered.
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Book details

Genre:BODY, MIND & SPIRIT

Subgenre:Inspiration & Personal Growth

Language:English

Series title:So Frail

Series Number:2

Pages:148

Paperback ISBN:9781543967111


Overview


So Frail takes an objective look into the embodiment of femininity as it pertains to Black males. The purpose of the writing is not to make generalizations for an entire population of men. It is, however, a means to invoke the dialogue necessary to improve the conditions of these men. Thus, creating a better circumstance for the community to which these men belong.

Read more

Description


The content within this writing is specifically used to disseminate information. It is not used to persuade, dissuade or convince anyone into accepting or denying any ideologies. It is simply used to express some of the conditions that affect Black men throughout the diaspora. The goal of the writing is to spark the thoughts that will bring about the change necessary to improve the conditions of the relationships within the Black community. Read these words with objectivity; allowing the information to provide you with a perspective that may, or may not, have been considered. Thank you.

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About the author


Racine McGee is a man wise beyond his years. His style of writing is short, yet impactful; delivering deep levels of insight through relatively short choices of words. Through his written expressions, he has the unique ability to captivate any audience through his use of imagery, symbolism and metaphorical content. A rare gem, indeed, his words have the power to uplift, transform and inspire. Embrace his words and allow them to open your mind to new perspectives; perspectives which are not readily considered.
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Patrick
A Truly Needed Masterpiece It is said “What is to give light must endure burning” the content within this vital resource is straight fire that allows for our melinated path to be well lite once again! It continues on from “So Frail: A Reality to Black Male Masculinity” taking a unique objective look at what has occurred, where we presently are and what needs to be done (trust me you’ll have a lot of “oh sh*t” moments). The author cleverly brings forth and soundly articulate goals in the book that shift us out of our immature fixations and unites us towards objectives worthy of our individual and collective true essence. Not just a book that I own but a guide that I utilize to enrich my personal journey as a black man. Go ahead, I double dare you to purchase two copies, one for self and the other for a brother you love. Read more
Tiffany
So Frail II Toxic Femininity The title of this book would automatically make you assume he’s talking about toxic women and if you thought that, YOU’RE WRONG.... the ways he breaks this book down in a real and raw way it’s a MUST have in your black household. It’s literally a round table conversation- both book honestly. Host a book club. Talk about it with your partner. Ion care what you do just READ IT! He never ever ever lets me down. I look forward to his writings. Please keep them coming. You are amazing at what you do. We need you! Read more
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