How I Knew I Was Ready For A Vasectomy

How I Knew I Was Ready For A Vasectomy

Most black men or any man will hear the word vasectomy and the first thing they do is groan and run away. Why is that? Here I was sitting and thinking about getting that procedure done and terrified at the same time. As kids we were taught that getting hit between the legs meant immeasurable pain. Luckily, I never had to learn that lesson the hard way. Here I am at the age of 32, getting a vasectomy.

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Prejudice At The Park

Prejudice At The Park

Kind of sad that this happens to be my first blog as there are so many other things I’d rather express that are positive! Some people experience things in ways other don’t. Some will react to things in ways others won’t. For me prejudice/racism is just something that comes with my skin complexion as a Black man. In some aspects I’ve become numb to it, because I expect it. It’s not right, but it’s something I’m aware of. There’s been a few times it’s happened and I simply shrugged it off. This time my wife, Tiarra saw it firsthand and was just heartbroken.

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