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CONFIRMED RADIO/TV INTERVIEWS 1) CVM TV - CVM at Sunrise - June 30, 6:30 am - In studio.
2) HOT 102 FM with host Richie B - July 1, 3:30pm - In studio.
3) Nationwide News - July 1st - In studio .
4) Streethype Radio show, WVIP, 93.5 FM, New York - July 1st, 2 am - remote from Jamaica.
5) HOT 102 FM, Reasoning with Devon Hunter - July 2, 10am - In studio.
6) WPBR, Florida with host Jr Soul - July 2nd, 6:30 am - remote from Jamaica.
about the book "Whose Vagina Is It, Really?" by Patrick Maitland (editor Street Hype newspaper).
Everybody requires enduring behavioral interdependence, repeated interactions, emotional attachment, and need fulfillment. Undoubtedly, intimate relationships play a central role in the overall human experience. Humans have a universal need, which is satisfied when intimate relationships are formed with another human being.
However, intimate relationships consist of the people that we are attracted to, whom we like and love, romantic and sexual relationships, and those who we marry and provide with emotional and personal support.
With the divorce rate in America and other countries estimated at over 50% for the past ten years, an increasing number of people are finding it affordable and less nerve-racking to be engaged in non-committed intimate relationships..
While money and other resources are always a major spotlight in most relationship, the woman’s body especially the vagina continues to be the focal point of the relationships.
For most women their vagina is their prized-possession, power and bargaining chip. On the other hand, it is the opinion of most men that a woman’s vagina is for them to keep and care for as long as they are paying the bills, providing food and shelter.
As the vagina fights between men and woman continues, one of the most prolific and modern-day writers, Sandy Daley has put forward some solutions in Whose Vagina is it really? In her own unique and hilarious style, Sandy encourages women to keep the power, while demanding more respect and understanding from men. Sandy skillfully ignores the Idiom, “He who pays the piper calls the tune.” She comments that men may have the money and are paying bills, but they should not dictate the terms of the relationship. The writer urges women to “Love yourself before anyone else; but love him wholeheartedly as well if you have chosen him. Often times we become nags and don’t support our men. If you want him and he is worth it and he is the One then love him the right way.”
Whose Vagina is it really? is the ideal teaching tool for the girls, but the instructive eye-opener for men. Funny, but conscious writings.