Ask A Black Man Follow Up With Lawrence: “Men Don’t Want To Say No To Cheating”

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November 5, 2012 ‐ By

We’re back with another follow-up episode of Ask A Black Man, in which we revisit some of our most memorable guest panelists from the series. Do you remember Lawrence from The Sex Episode? He swung by our New York offices to review some of the topics that came up in his segment including why men cheat and the definition of boring sex. Check out what he has to say.

 

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  • Jean

    Meant to write genitals, not genitass.

  • WhoMe

    When is season 2 starting?

    • Candacey Doris

      Agreed! I’m looking forward to the next panel.

    • Jean

      I keep telling young girls, my nieces, my daughters, my friends’ daughters, etc, that men and boys are just using us for sex and that no matter how you look or what you do, the males will screw you, criticize you and degrade you, talk about you to their buddies, then cheat on you..

      You see young girls, these males tell you up front that they will cheat on you, and that if you are boring in bed, but giving them your body to screw, they still will objectify you and talk about you.

      You come out better just pursuing your education and focusing on your career and staying away from males, until you meet a respectful young man. Get your mother’s or sister’s advice, not dad. .

      Please females of the world, just leave these guys and their genitass alone. You do owe any man sex. Girls, protect yourselves, they do not care about us except for sex. Trust me, this is true.