Nice guys finish last.
I’m single because she only likes bad boys. Continue reading
Self-esteem is the overall assessment, on one’s own self-worth. However, several variables assist in shaping our self-esteem. Therefore, although the keyword is self, external forces negatively or positively influence our self-worth. Continue reading
In a war, opposing sides typically enter the battlefield, believing they have a chance at winning. As mentioned in my previous entry, this is a challenge young girls are set to lose. Is this battle lost, simply because non-celebrity young girls are unattractive? This is not the case, because beauty does not begin nor end in Hollywood. Continue reading
Photoshop, cosmetic surgery and a plethora of fitness trainers, nutritionists and make-up artists…these are some of the things at one’s disposal. This is what the everyday girl across the globe, must compete with, whenever she glances at her favorite celebrity. Continue reading
The concept of role-playing is not a new phenomenon. More importantly, the act, or in my opinion, the art of role-playing, does not exist only through sexual exploration. In other words, handcuffs, a nurse’s uniform and blindfolds are not the only means for a couple to role-play. Continue reading
I honestly believe it is not only acceptable, but also a requirement for a gentleman to cheat.
Wait a minute, before you close out the page and make an incorrect assessment on my ideals, hear me out. There is always a method to my madness. Continue reading
Pride allows an individual earning minimum wage, to refuse picking the mind of a dear friend with a liquid net worth of $5M–methods on building a financial legacy.
Pride makes someone unaware of sentence structure, refuse asking a Pulitzer Prize awarded relative, assistance on reviewing their essay.
Pride is that fickle creature on your shoulder, which makes a person unwilling to ask for nutritional tips, though their weight loss or gain, plateaued months ago. Continue reading
For the traits I admire in women, I owe to the promotion of being a lady, all because of my mother. –- Errol
American society is intent on classifying individuals, very much so, there seems to be new titles and labels added each year. The labeling of a person or group through categorical means is a method used to define said person or group, by society’s definition of course. For any male with a close relationship to his mother, he becomes a mama’s boy. However, merely having a close relationship does not provide enough evidence, for such a harmful classification. Continue reading
There’s nothing a man can do, that I can’t do better and in heels. — Ginger Rogers
I will not argue the merits of the quote, because the message is that of a lighthearted joke. However, there’s one thing I know women cannot do, in which only a man can…being a father to their sons. In 1960, the percentage of homes without fathers affected only 11 percent of the American population. In 2012, that number increased severely, to 1 in 3 or fifteen million of children in the United States. However, some estimates are much higher. Continue reading
With the creation of this blog, it was clear One Gentleman’s Perspective would be akin to a web, connecting various entities together. What ties it all together involves my perspective, as well as the effects on the breakdown of the gentleman’s lifestyle. One component strikes me with great intensity—the lack of contribution from dads in the lives of children. The effects manifest differently for boys and girls alike, but today we will focus on the latter. Continue reading