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Everyone will prob tell u that u are the nicest girl they met from spelman, dont change, but maybe its b. After that people find friends wit cars, people stop going tot he club, all different things. The promoters open the doors at like Guys act a fool in the club at times, jumping around all time of stuff, the first 2 months, guys will prob fight all the time, but as the year goes on its rare guys fight in the club. The guys thing they are playas, girls think they are pimps.
I personally enjoy clark guys better, my friends like morehouse guys. U can be sucked into the stereotype and think clark guys are 'harder' and morehouse guys are 'soft'. But ima be real, its kinda true. But i got love for all the guys cuz, if u male u male, u cute, u cute, u nice u nice.
Make sure if u seen around alot, its in a positive light, b. Umm the locals will try to holla at u when u walk up the marta station the train , up the strip hangout spot out side THE STRIP its an area where everyone chilled the first month, it was the hot spot, people got dressed up to walk outside for hours.
I personally never at food at stegalls, when u see it u will understand why. But i heard the chicken wings are good. You make it hard on urself if u dont study, if u dont hand in ur work, and if u never go to class. The only thing that separates Spelman from Morehouse is a parking lot, so it's very easy to walk over there.
And Spelman, being an all-female school, I mean, they're just as available as we are at Morehouse. And Clark being probably about 60 percent all-female, most of the male dominancy in that area comes from Morehouse, so it's definitely available if they need to. Does that instill a player mentality where it's like, well, you've got all these women available to you?
There are, I mean, there are a couple of, I'm sure, of Morehouse men and as well as Clark men - college students as a whole who have those tendencies to - you see a numerous amount of women and you can't decide on which one, and I'm sure there are some who try to have more than one at one time.
What messages do you get from the leadership? Do they teach you about being a responsible man in the personal sense as well as a professional? Being at a historically black college, you definitely have both aspects of the world, where you have your educational side as well as upcoming as a black man in the world and the challenges that you face, and coming together as a black community and knowing about your brotherhood as well as a sisterhood.
Like I said, we have Spelman right there. And just working together and knowing that you're going to have networking as the key, and not only that but you need to just understand the history of the African-American community. Mainly our ethnicity - being at a historically black college, you focus more on the African descent. And you have a respectful understanding of what your ancestors have been through, and it's almost your duty to be a leader today and stand up and keep the legacy going.
So when you think about the different influences on how Morehouse men view sex - you've got music videos, celebrities, your academic leaders, your parents and family, and of course the women themselves who send messages to you.
What's most important in that mix? I think it would be that though they probably do listen to it, they need to just be aware and understand that most of the songs today are just degrading, especially towards women.
And as strong, black men in the community, they need to be aware that they are the ones that the youth look up to. And they need to be a voice for the community and be aware that they need - in order for there to be a change, it has to start with them. And Morehouse men especially are the ones to definitely take that role and start it. When you think about safe sex, I mean this - I'm asking you to really guesstimate here.
And if you don't feel comfortable, then just let me know. First of all, out of the men on campus, how many do you think are actively having sex at least once a month, just from how you talk? And two, how many of those do you think are having safe sex?
That's a tough number. I couldn't even tell you. It's a lot, yeah. So you think most of the guys are having sex. At least, you know, half? What's the vibe on safe sex? Are people protecting themselves? And we have a lot of events and seminars and guest speakers who come continuously through our school just talking about safe sex and always wrapping it up and protection. They have AIDS testing on campus, like at campus health?