Wednesday, September 29, 2010


"Like a cracked pistachio nut
the window to your goodies have been opened
and like a thief in the night I've been taking sneak peaks.
Now while your hardcore exterior has fooled others into thinking the task of cracking is quite arduous
I've got my eyes firmly planted on your inner core
And I'm sure that in time I will find the door
To split the shell and be able to tell if there's any added sodium or if I'll be consuming mainly potassium"

nadine williams (c) 2010

nadine williams, poetess

Monday, September 27, 2010


teacher Sarah Vandella

"study da past if u would define da future"

Vivica A. Fox elegantly clad in black gown

"I am not one who was 6orn in knowledge, i am one who is fond of antiquity & earnest i seekin' it there"

"the wise speak 'cause they have somethin' 2 say...fools speak 'cause they just gotta say somethin"

..."da creator loved da 6irds & made loved the birds created cages"

"i'm da best there is @ wut I do...though wut I do isn't very nice"

Angela Bassett front & center on the mic !!!!

"y complain 6out wut I can't change,I just adapt"

"my imaginary friend told me 2 stop hangin' wit u, cause u got serious mental issues"

actress Kate Beckinsale elegantly posing in white dress

"there is no great genius witout a touch of madness"
"the pro6lem wit political jokes is dat they get elected"

adinkinra symbol of Sankofa

"the more I study religion the more I am convinced dat man never worshipped anything 6ut himself"

"Don't wait untill ya 6ack against da wall 2 try 2 read da writin' 'pon it" "history is a lie agreed upon" "a fish sees not da water in which it swimz"
Inés Sainz posing on sand in bikini !!!!

SHERIKA VAUGHN: an unfolding story

TRUST: a woman’s issue

"In complete trust cats lie on their backs exposing their belly to their owners, and their environment. It is the way of the cat, those feline creatures prowling the inner workings of what is mysterious to us. Weaving the mystery of self is a life-long process. The chapters of one's life, and the epoch of both the female principle and the woman herself asserts its essence within the postures of the cat family in environments of trust, and reciprocated love."

What is more trusting within the union of souls, the uniting of spirits? - by Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories

Sunday, September 26, 2010


Navajo healer drawing sand painting by Walking the Red Road

In beauty may I walk

All day long may I walk
Through the returning seasons may I walk
Beautifully I will possess again
Beautifully birds
Beautifully joyful birds
On the trail marked with pollen may I walk
With grasshoppers about my feet may I walk
With dew about my feet may I walk With beauty may I walk
With beauty before me may I walk
With beauty behind me may I walk
With beauty above me may I walk
With beauty all around me may I walk
In old age, wandering on a trail of beauty, lively, may I walk
In old age, wandering on a trail of beauty, living again, may I walk It is finished in beauty
It is finished in beauty

Serena Williams & Kim Kardashian !!!!

Definitions measure, while paint colors, and defines.”
– Dawn Wolf, Keeper of Stories

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Believing in the truth!


goodness is always despised by the crime! always believe with the help of god"Allaah.swt" then we will be safe from evil men, jinn, and the devil..whosoever chooses to follow guidance the right path, follow it for his own good whosoever goes astray, goes astray to his own loss (Al-Quran : al jumuah 62;9)

everything that happens around us, there is a sign for those who listen and answer to every question in this present in quran , if we concentrate and research upon its words... - Ebbie Lavigne

Orange Mandala the colour of the Rising Sun from Aqua Raman

We know the outer wisdom , It's time Now for Inner Wisdom; Higher Thinking, time for Self Realization ; True Enlightenment , Intuition Awakening, time to see through the Veil, time for Angelic Guidance , Spiritual Thinking , Divinity Rising, time for Evolution of Man ; Unity Consciousness , Ascension, time for Primordial Awareness and Awareness knows only Love ♥ ♥ ♥

Orange Mandala : The colour of the Rising Sun : A Sacred colour in Hinduism : Wisdom, Spiritual Love

Friday, September 24, 2010

MANHOOD TEACHING: the Wolf Warrior

"Discipline, focused discipline in play and work mark the warrior's spirit. In battle it always comes out developed or not." ~ Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of the Drum


Shannelle Gayden a mother


By her own admission, MaDonna Grimes never thought she was the type of woman who would even enter a fitness competition. She already had an incredible career as an internationally-known choreographer, dancer, and actress. A former All-American Cheerleading Champion, she had also proved her athletic prowess by winning the National Aerobics Championships. And as far as publicity, MaDonna had been featured prominently in television, feature films, music video, and magazines.

Describe your personality. I am honest, straightforward and strong-willed. I like to help people. I might look flashy to the outsider, but really, I like to stay at home. I don't like parties and clubs. I like the simple things in life. I love to cook. I am lucky because I know what I want. I'd like a family and children. I'd like to live that fairy tale life, but realistically, I still want a career.

Why did you start weight training? After I injured my knee in 1984, I lifted weights to rehab it. When I went to the weight room, the guys there opened my eyes to the benefits of weight training, not just to help my injury, but for the health of my entire body.

What are you training goals? I'd like my legs to look fuller with more calf and lower quad development. When I train hard, my waist gets smaller and my butt gets rounder.

When do you know that you're in shape? When I don't have to flex to see my cuts. I can see all the lines from head to toe.

If you could change something in the sport, what would it be? I would like to have different levels of fitness. The average woman is afraid to join because of the level of the routines.

Who are your favorite role models? Debbie Allen, Carla Dunlap, Rachel McLish, Gladys Portugues, Halle Berry, Angela Bassett. by Pro Profiles

Competitive Record

1999 Ms. Fitness Olympia - 13th
1999 Italian Pro Fitness - 1st
1998 NPC USA Women's Fitness, Tall Class - 7th
1997 NPC USA Women's Fitness - 7th
1997 Women's World Pro Fitness - 10th
1997 Norway Pro Fitness - 10th
1997 Denmark Pro Fitness - 11th
1997 Italian Pro Fitness - 7th
1997 Fitness International - 13th
1995 Fitness Olympia - 6th
1995 Jan Tana Pro Fitness - 6th
1994 National Championships - 1st
1994 Fitness America Pageant National Championships - 1st

MaDonna Grimes

c/o MaDonna Grimes Fitness Theatre Co.

Gold's Gym

1016 N Cole

Hollywood, CA 90038, U.S.A

Thursday, September 23, 2010


Human Spirit

During the Creation,
The Creator started with the Directions
HE made the East
HE made the South
HE made the West
HE made the North
On the Seventh day, HE made the most important direction of all

It was a Powerful direction, and HE thought about where to place it, for HE did not want it to be easy for humans to find. So HE called a great Gathering of all the Animals and asked them where to place HUMAN SPIRIT, and Buffalo said to HIM, "Give it to me, and I will bury it under the grasses of the Great Plains, where it will never be found."

But Creator, who could see all times, looked, and was saddened. "I am sorry, Buffalo, but a time will come when Man will build on the Plains, and dig it up and he would find HUMAN SPIRIT there."

Then Bear spoke, "Creator, give it to me, and I will bury it so far under the Black Hills that it will never be found" Creator looked into the future, and was saddened, "Bear, I see a time to come where man will find a yellow metal that will make him foolish, he will price it above the directions, He will uncover the bones of the earth, dig deep into the Black Hills and would find HUMAN SPIRIT if it were hidden there"

So Eagle spoke, "Creator, You have made me the most powerful of your children, give HUMAN SPIRIT to me and I will fly it high into the sky, I will take it and bury it on the surface of MOON where it will never be found"

Creator again looked into the future, and was saddened. "Eagle, I have looked and I have seen there will come a time when Man will reach MOON, and I see footprints there and he would find HUMAN SPIRIT if you bury it there."

Thru all the discussion, Mole had been trying to catch Creator's attention, Though all knew mole did not see well, he had great inner vision in its place, and was able to see inside many things. Finally Mole was able to reach Creator and spoke to Him: "Creator, I know where to place HUMAN SPIRIT where it will never be easily found" and Creator smiled and asked Mole where that might be, and Mole answered: "I would place HUMAN SPIRIT deep within the human heart, for unless one truly looks deeply within himself, it will never be found" and Creator was pleased with this, and placed HUMAN SPIRIT deep within man. That unless man looks deep within himself, he will never find this most important, this most powerful direction, and there it remains to this day

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Wednesday, September 22, 2010


Coyote Man Tricks Beautiful Woman - Nez Perce

A beautiful young woman looked into the water of the river and cried because she had learned that the man she was to marry, died in battle. All that they brought to her was his bloody shoe. "Why did it have to be my man?" she cried to God. Coyote was licking himself in the shade when he heard her sob to God, asking him why her man had died. He peeked at her through the brush.

"What a lovely girl!" he thought. "I must have her." In lust, Coyote transformed into Coyote Man. "I know why," he said, coming out of the tall grasses. Beautiful Woman stared at him with tears in her eyes. He was a stranger and very attractive.

"Why?" she asked him. "Because God is far away on a hunting trip. How can he watch his children when he is away."

"Who watches us then?" she asked Coyote Man.

Plainly he spoke. "I do." Coyote man sat beside her on the bank and caressed her and calmed her. "I will be your man, for now."

Beautiful Woman let him love her. Coyote Man got up. It was late in the day. She asked, "Will you stay with me?"

He smiled at her. "No. I can not stay with you." She realized that he was Coyote. She yelled, "Go away from me."

He smiled again. "Shit happens." He muttered as he walked back into the brush.

From Blue Panther Keeper of Stories.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Stefanía Fernández - Miss Universe 2009

Miss Universe 2009 Stefania Fernandez – Stefania Fernandez represented her country, Venezuela , in the Miss Universe 2009 pageant in the Bahamas, and crowned as Miss Universe 2009.  Stefania Fernandez was born September 4, 1990 and won the Miss Venezuela 2008 title in a pageant held in Caracas, Venezuela last September 10, 2008. She was crowned by the outgoing titleholder, Dayana Mendoza, Miss Venezuela 2007 and Miss Universe 2008

She also became the second Miss Trujillo to win that title since the Miss Venezuela pageant first began in 1952. The first was Barbara Palacios, Miss Venezuela 1986 and Miss Universe 1986. Stefania is of Spanish Galician, Russian, Ukrainian, and Polish origin; she practices tennis and swim. Her mother is Nadia Krupij Holojad and her father is Carlos Fernandez. Take look at Stefania Fernandez Photos :

Morena Baccarin

actress Morena Baccarin on panel in 2004

actress Morena Baccarin as Anna in V the series

Monday, September 20, 2010

Sunday, September 19, 2010


"For me, a man who took decades to overcome a fear of, and revulsion for white women Marilyn Monroe slipped through the paradigm, the belief, and the historical truth of white women's contribution to the death, and mutilation of thousands of African men, and captured my imagination, and attention."  - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories

Saturday, September 18, 2010


Woman Who Loved a Serpent Who Lived in a Lake - Passamaquoddy

Of old times. There was a very beautiful woman. She turned the heads of all the men. She married, and her husband died very soon after, but she immediately took another. Within a single year she had five husbands, and these were the cleverest and handsomest and bravest in the tribe. And then she married again.

This, the sixth, was such a silent man that he passed for a fool. But he was wiser than people thought. He came to believe, by thinking it over, that this woman had some strange secret. He resolved to find it out. So he watched her all the time. He kept his eye on her by night and by day. It was summer, and she proposed to go into the woods to pick berries, and to camp there. By and by, when they were in the forest, she suggested that he should go on to the spot where they intended to remain and build a wigwam. He said that he would do so. But he went a little way into the woods and watched her. As soon as she believed that he was gone, she rose and walked rapidly onwards. He followed her, unseen.

She went on, till, in a deep, wild place among the rocks, she came to a pond. She sat down and sang a song. A great foam, or froth, rose to the surface of the water. Then in the foam appeared the tail of a serpent. The creature was of immense size. The woman, who had laid aside all her garments, embraced the serpent, which twined around her, enveloping all her limbs and body in his folds. The husband watched it all. He now understood that, the venom of the serpent having entered the woman, she had saved her life by transferring it to others, who died.

He went on to the camping ground and built a wigwam. He made up two beds. He built a fire. His wife came. She was earnest that there should be only a single bed. He sternly bade her lie by herself. She was afraid of him. She laid down and went to sleep. He arose three times during the night to replenish the fire. Every time he called her, and there was no answer. In the morning he shook her. She was dead. She had died by the poison of the serpent. They sunk her in the pond where the snake lived.

From the Archives of Blue Panther

Inés Sainz, Mexican sports reporter

Friday, September 17, 2010

The Stylistics - People Make The World Go Round.

"Love is a deep gratitude, a connection between worlds, invincible against the elements of death. Love is the joining of creation stories and is the language of Creation." - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories

dark skinned beauty of aristida !!!!

"Black American's sense of love was restructured by slavery. Survival defined love for Black Americans. Love has to be pulled out from the survival of the group into the universality of love." - Gregory E. Woods

Oochigeas and the Invisible Boy – Alnobak

Native American medicine stories

There was once a Malicete Indian village on the edge of a lake in the land of the Wabanaki, and in this village lived three sisters. The two older girls, Oona and Abit, were handsome and proud, but the youngest, whom they called Oochigeas, was timid and plain. She suffered much from the selfishness of her sisters, but bore all their ill-treatment without complaint.

Because these girls had no parents, they were given meat by the tribe's hunters in return for making pottery. Through much practice, they had become the best makers of pots in the village. And this is how they made them. First Oona, the eldest, wove a basket from ash splints, then Abit lined it with wet clay. Finally, it was given to the youngest girl to harden in the fire. As the clay slowly baked, the wind blew the fire into Oochigeas' face, and in time her hair was singed close to her head and her face covered with burns. And that is why her sisters mocked her with the name of Oochigeas, which means "little scarred one."

Now Glooscap the Great Chief knew all his People. He saw the misery of Oochigeas and pitied her, and he scowled at the cruelty of her sisters--yet he did nothing. And this was something that Marten, his servant, could not understand.

"My elder brother," said Marten, "though she is plain, her heart is kind. Can you not help her?"

"We will see," said the Great Chief with a wise nod. "Oochigeas must help herself first. Kindness is a great virtue, but courage is the first rule of my People."

Now on the far side of the lake, remote from the village, there lived an Indian youth called Team, who had the wonderful power of making himself invisible. To all save his sister he was as the rustle of a leaf in the forest, a sigh of wind in the treetops, or a breath of air in the heavens. His name meant "moose" and the moose was his totem, or charm, that gave him his power. Having this magical power, Team needed no bow and arrow. He could walk straight up to game, without being seen or heard, and slay it with his bare hands. One day, Team's sister appeared in the village.

"My brother is tired of living alone," she said to the people. "Team will marry the first girl who is able to see him."

Now, though no person had seen Team, or knew if he was tall or short, fat or thin, plain or handsome, yet they knew of his magic power and his great success in hunting. To the Indians, who live by hunting, a brave who can keep meat in his lodge all the time is admired above all others. He is a kind of prince. It is no wonder that every maiden in the village yearned to become the bride of the Invisible Boy. All the unmarried maidens were eager to try their fortune and, one after another, each made a visit to the lodge across the lake. And, one after another, each came back disappointed. At last, all had made the attempt except the three Sisters.

"Now it is my turn," said Oona. "I'm sure I shall be able to see him."

"You indeed!" sniffed Abit. "I'm as likely to see him as you are. Why should you go first?" "I am the eldest!"

"Team is sure to want a younger woman!"

The two sisters glared at each other.

"You needn't think I shall let you go alone," declared Oona angrily. "Then we'll go together," said Abit. And so they did. Dressing themselves in their finest robes, they set off for the lodge across the lake. Team's sister received them kindly and took them to the wigwam to rest after their journey. Then, when it was time for her brother's return, she led them to the shore.

"Do you see my brother?" she asked. The two girls gazed eagerly out over the lake. They saw a canoe approaching, but though it moved swiftly through the water, it appeared to be empty! No paddle could be seen, for whatever Team held or wore became also invisible.

Abit thought to herself that she would pretend to see him, and Team's sister would never know the difference. "I see him!" she cried. And Oona, not to be outdone, echoed, "Yes! I see him too!" Team's sister knew that at least one of the girls lied, for only one maiden would be allowed to see her brother and that would be his future bride.

"Of what is his shoulder strap made?" she asked. The two girls thought for a moment. They knew that, generally, Indians used rawhide or withe for their shoulder straps. "A strip of rawhide," guessed Abit.

"No--withe!" cried Oona.

Then Team's sister knew that neither had seen her brother and she resolved to punish them for their dishonesty. "Very well," she said quietly. "Come to the wigwam and help me prepare my brother's supper."

The two girls were anxious to know which of them had given the correct answer, so they followed Team's sister and helped her prepare the meal. Each hoped that she alone would see Team when he came. When all was ready, the sister of Team warned the girls not to sit in her brother's place but to remain on her side of the fire. Then, looking up, she greeted her brother--but the girls could see no one.

"Take my brother's load of meat," she told Abit, who looked around her in dismay. As long as the meat was on Team's shoulder, it could not be seen. Suddenly, a great load of venison dropped from nowhere on Abit's toes. Abit screamed and ran from the lodge in pain and fright. Now Team's sister told Oona to remove her brother's wet moccasins and put them to dry. Of course Oona could not do so. A pair of wet moccasins came suddenly sailing through the air and slapped her across the face. Then Oona too ran away, crying with mortification.

"My bride is a long time coming," sighed Team. "And those were very fine looking girls." "Patience, my brother. You must have one who is brave and truthful, as well as lovely, and such a one has not come yet." Abit and Oona returned home to vent their rage and spite on poor Oochigeas. To escape their cruelty, she fled to the woods and there, in a secluded spot, relieved her heart with tears. But when there were no tears left, and her spirit had been calmed by the peace of the forest, Oochigeas began to think. Now that her sisters had failed, she was the only maid left in the village who had not tried to see the Invisible Boy. Yet, if her fine sisters had failed, what chance had she, poor and plain as she was? A great hunter like Team would not wish a scar-faced girl like Oochigeas for a bride. All the same, hope stirred in her breast. Her heart began to beat fast at the thought of going to Team's lodge. She had no fine clothes to wear. Her sisters might try to stop her. The people would laugh. It would take courage. Her mind was made up!

Oochigeas gathered sheets of birch bark and cut out a gown and cap and leggings, and sewed them together with grass. The clothing was stiff and awkward, and it crackled when she walked, but it covered her. Then she went home and found a pair of Oona's discarded moccasins. They were huge on her small feet and she had to tie them on by winding the strings around her ankles. She was truly an odd-looking sight, and her two sisters stared at her in amazement. "Where are you going in that ridiculous outfit?" Oona asked. "I am going to Team's lodge," answered Oochigeas. "What! You foolish girl! Come back!" "Oh, let her go," said Abit.

"Let the people see her and she'll come back soon enough, in tears."

Oochigeas' way lay through the village, and the men and boys shouted and jeered at her. "Shame, shame!" "Ugly creature!" "See how her burned hair sticks out from her cap!" "Why does she wear birch bark instead of skins?" "Come back, Oochigeas. Where do you think you're going? To see Team?" And they laughed so hard they rolled on the ground. But, though her heart burned with shame, Oochigeas pretended not to hear, and walked on with her head high, until she was out of their sight. Then she hurried through the woods and around the edge of the lake, trying not to think of the ordeal ahead. Doubtless Team's sister would laugh at her too. Still she went on, and came at last to the lodge and saw Team's sister at the door.

"I have come," gasped Oochigeas before the other could speak, "I have come--to see Team--if I can." And she looked pleadingly at Team's sister. "Come in and rest," said the sister of Team gently, and Oochigeas nearly wept at the unexpected kindness, but she managed to retain her dignity as they waited in silence for the sun to go down. Then Team's sister led her to the lake.

"Do you see my brother?" she asked. Oochigeas looked and saw a canoe, empty. She heard the dip of a paddle and the swish of the water at the bow, but though she gazed with all her might, she saw no one. She whispered with a sinking heart, "No, I cannot see him."

"Look again," urged Team's sister, out of pity, and be cause the girl had so far been truthful. Oochigeas gazed once more at the canoe, and suddenly gave a gasp.

"Oh! Yes! Now I see him!" "If you see him," said Team's sister quickly, "of what is his shoulder strap made?"

"Why it is made of a rainbow," marveled Oochigeas, and Team's sister knew her brother had found his bride. She led the girl back to the wigwam and stripped off her ugly clothes, bathed her, and dressed her in doeskin, then gave her a comb to tidy her hair.

"Alas," thought Oochigeas, "I have so little hair to comb," but as she drew the comb against her head, she found to her amazement that her hair had grown suddenly long and thick. Moreover, the scars had gone from her face. She was beautiful!

Then the handsome Team came, laughing, and crying out, "At last I've found you, my lovely bride." And he led her to the wife's place in the wigwam. And from that day on, Oochigeas and Team, and Team's sister, lived out their days in peace and happiness. Far away on Blomidon, Glooscap looked at Marten with a wise smile. He had known all along, you see, that Oochigeas had courage under her gentleness--and a brave spirit makes all things possible. And so it happened.

From the Archives of Blue Panther

Thursday, September 16, 2010


Zulu women

"If we keep everything in balance, we are in harmony with ourselves and are at peace."
-Fools Crow, LAKOTA

Zsa Zsa Gabor, actress & cultural phenomenon

“The petals of a rose fades with time, but the essences remains the same.” - Donna Weinheimer

Zsa Zsa Gabor

SEXUAL HARRASSMENT: a cultural pastime

Erin Andrews, reporter

Poor Erin Andrews. She's pretty, and pretty talented as a reporter. But that hasn't stopped thousands of frat boy douches from catcalling her. It's caused Bruce Pearl to cop a feelsie, too. Which is disturbing, to say the least.  Plus, there's the whole stalking thing. She's definitely had more harassment than most on this list. - anon

Stefanía Fernández, Miss Universe 2009

Miss Universe 2009 Stefanía Fernández on top of the world !!!!

SIN & beauty

"I had to learn not to allow the notion of sin to dominate my thinking process. At the core of the notion of sin in relationship to one's life and connection to God is guilt, and low self-esteem. For that alone I made the journey to unlearn this energy, and returned to my childhood where I stood in the sunlight knowing I had been born into mystery!" – Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories

"When you look at sin, there is no color. When you look at jails, there is no race. When you look at the cycle of crime and punishment, there are no borders. When you look at repentance, there is no religion. When you look at freedom, there are no governments." - Byron F. Garcia

"Perfection is not for the pure of soul;
There may be virtue in sin." - Kahlil Gibran, Lebanese poet

Mariah Carey

“The petals of a rose fades with time, but the essences remains the same.” - Donna Weinheimer

Zsa Zsa Gabor as an old & middle aged woman

Inés Sainza: a manhood teaching

Inés Sainz has the right and the prviledge to be a woman enjoying being beautiful, Mexican, able to work in the United States at the highest levels in her field, and be young enough to explore the sensual powers of the feminine that tests the waters, and engages the imaginations of men. But in that position certain dangers lurk that a small segment of society is obligated to protect. ~ Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories

Wednesday, September 15, 2010


As a suggestion: visit Debra Robinson: VOICES OF THE VOICELESS.  It is a great spot for healers, and teachers to connect and meet, and share.

a vision in green

"Be very careful if you make a woman cry, because God Counts her tears. The woman came out of a man's rib. Not from his feet to be walked on. Not from his head to be superior, but from the side to be equal; under the arm to be protected, and next to the heart to be loved." ~ Hebrew Talmud


The Male Ego is a powerful antidote for introspection in many people. For centuries laws have been created to coddle our egos from the ravages of a woman's criticisms, and the laws designed to curb the promiscuity of women, and the sexuality of women has been the basis of purity, rape, conquest, and deaths. The Qu'ran, the Torah, the Bible, and the laws of some indigenous tribes around the globe have draped laws around the penis because of the lack of our ability to control our spirits, our sexual drives, and the consuming fires of lust, passion, desire, and want. It is less a matter of pride to control one's self as it is a matter of pride and esteem to unleash one's penis into the wind towards whomever we want in so many cultural circles, and hierarchies. And sadly, the word, and the concept of the word, Motherfucker, arises from this mindset, this creation story.

There is a movement rallying against the advancement of consciousness.  It is a religious, and cultural movement finding support in Western countries, and countries trying so hard to fit into the game of 'progress' that lures old cultures from the fabric that has held them together for centuries as a viable unit into the modern venues that sell souls, and divinity to the graves of modernity.  But the spiritual, economic, and intellectual resistance to change targets the emotions and bodies of the defendants: our women, and girls. 

Boys are targeted in rich and poor neighborhoods to be tutored on the art of female manipulation.  Rich boys have their methodology, and poor boys have their way of abuse, and agression.  The question, not to belabor the problem, needs an answer.  How do we train ourselves to train our spirits to train our boy's sex drives. Power. Everything begins with the power of suggestion, the power of story, the power of theatre. Is there a clear course of action towards this kind of spiritual work?  Yes. It lives within me and thousands of other men in the realm of fatherhood, healing arts, and the ministries of the Christian faith, Muslim ideals, and Jewish reformation of the ideals that are working against the state of Israel.

-Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories
Septembre 12, 2010

photo of Maitrieya Jessie Lotus

Tuesday, September 14, 2010


Inés Sainz, Sex, & Reporting

"Inés Sainz ha entrevistado a algunos de los deportistas más destacados del orbe como Ronaldo, Roberto Carlos, Rivaldo, Zinedine Zidane y Shaquille O`Nelly asi como los principales futbolistas nacionales."

Inés Sainz has interviewed some of the world's leading athletes as Ronaldo, Roberto Carlos, Rivaldo, Zinedine Zidane and Shaquille O `Nelly as well as major national players.

Inés Sainz, sports reporter

Ines Sainz, a reporter with the network Azteca, is having claims she was sexually harassed by several members of the New York Jets when she attended one of their practices investigated by the NFL.

Allegedly, Sainz had footballs thrown at her by a Jets coaches, and then was called at inappropriately by several members of the the Jets team when she entered the locker room.

Sexual harassment is no laughing matter, and it's a threat female reporters face on a daily basis in the world of sports. Here is a list of 10 of the most harassed female reporters of all time.

Sainz also claimed Jets head coach Rex Ryan had his defensive backs run their drills in such a way that they would "accidentally" run into her on the sideline. Sainz claimed that she felt "very uncomfortable", and the New York Times reported that when a reporter asked Sainz if she was ok, several players catcalled, and lineman Kris Jenkins called out "This is our locker room!"