Political Correctness: The Enemy of Free Speech

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Politically Correct

When they make a generalized statement that Black men leave Black women in droves, to seek out Caucasian women upon becoming successful, people nod their heads in agreement. When they refuse the existence of biological differences between males and females, people nod their heads in agreement. When they say video games attribute to violence, people nod their heads in agreement. Continue reading

You Deserve Better: Male Edition

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We cannot achieve more in life than what we believe in our heart of hearts we deserve to have.” — James R. Ball

I recently touched on why I believe women deserve better, and promised to follow-up with my take on why men deserve better. Well, let’s get right to it. Continue reading

Good Girls vs Bad B***hes: No Competition

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There is a common post by women on Instagram saying, “It’s difficult being a good woman, in a world filled with bad b***hes.” I do not know who told women this lie, but through One Gentleman’s Perspective, it sure as heck is a clear fabrication. Continue reading

Men and Women: Keep Your Hands to Yourself

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Scenario number one

A guy walks into a bar and orders a glass of Bacardi. He takes a seat, and begins watching the opening game of the MLB season. Five minutes later, someone enters and immediately begins yelling at him. He politely tells them to back off, as everyone silently looks on. However, the verbal barrage continues. Continue reading

How to Dress like a Gentleman on Date Night

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Through One Gentleman’s Perspective, dressing well is a form of good manners. Let me rephrase this, because I understand how easily the topic of a male dressing well, can be misconstrued. Continue reading

You Deserve Better: Female Edition

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“We shall have no better conditions in the future if we are satisfied with all those which we have at present.”– Thomas Edison

This will be the first in a series, depicting why men and women alike, deserve better in their relationships. Through One Gentleman’s Perspective, females will be first on the agenda. Continue reading

Letter To My 13-Year-Old Self

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Dear trainee,

Before I get to the meat of things, as much as you love drawing now, by the time you enter college, something else will grab your full attention. I know…it sucks, but not really. Ever since we were young, we did not desire being at the center of attention. Instead, we found great joy writing poetry, and drawing everything in sight. So I know it sounds weird hearing this information. Continue reading

A Good Man Is Not Hard To Find, If You Truly Desire One: II

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Two months are almost behind us, since my opinion that A Good Man Is Not Hard To Find. After some reflection on the opinion piece, I hope the message was not misconstrued. I will admit, dirt bags can ruin the dating process for all men. Their mistakes somehow become our mistakes. Soon, you begin having tunnel vision, where you are unable to discern good men from the bad ones. However, I still believe that a good man is not hard to find, well, if a good man is what you truly desire. Continue reading

One Reason Your Relationships Continue To Fail

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The reason many relationships continue to fail, may have a little something to do with your decision to move from one person to the next, without ever paying attention and reflecting on the most important individual of all–yourself. Continue reading

One Gentleman’s Closet

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This blog and overall concept comes directly from my wife. Without her, we would not have One Gentleman’s Perspective. On two separate occasions, we touched on the style aspect of the blog. She knows me very well, therefore, understands the importance that style plays in a gentleman’s lifestyle. Honestly, I was not sure how to incorporate that aspect. It was all a blur until she said, why don’t you share your perspective on dressing the part, calling it One Gentleman’s Closet? Continue reading

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