The sex Gods of Kenya are in high demand and their services are being bought from lonely white women looking for love.
Funniest guy on the planet.
This took place on 6/24/14 and hopefully these shows will pop up on Comedy Central sooner than later.
My thing is that Cipha Sounds is not the only on-air personality that has said something incredibly dumb,racist, and or stupid. My thing is when he apologizes in this video, he says it was “totally taken the wrong way”. Cipha what other way could this joke be taken except in the way it has been received across the board? For that right there he needs to be fired because he should of just admitted that he said something wrong and apologized and then shut up instead of making it seem like we did not get the joke. Sorry Cipha Sounds your career is over.
This is very alarming and should be posted on every so-called urban website that caters to the African-American audience. I have checked a bunch of them and I see absolutely no coverage. I guess what Kat Stacks is doing is more important.
via USA TODAY
ATLANTA (AP) — Health officials estimate that 1 in 22 black Americans will be diagnosed with the AIDS virus in their lifetime — more than twice the risk for Hispanics and eight times that of whites.
There has been alot of reports lately about us being close to Aids cures and vacines. The other day on twitter C Tha God posed the question of what will be your reaction to the cure of Aids. Something to think about but lets not start fantasizing just yet. Read about this new gel below:
(Newser) – A new gel drastically lowers the risk that female users will contract HIV and herpes during vaginal sex, marking a breakthrough in AIDS prevention second in significance only to an effective vaccine. “This is a potential game changer,” an expert not involved in the research tells the Wall Street Journal. The colorless, odorless gel contains tenofovir, an antiretroviral drug already in use in pill form.
via LA Times
State regulators are expected to vote Thursday on a petition asking them to require porn industry performers to use condoms and to take other safety measures. The six-member California Division of Occupational Safety and Health standards board appears likely to create an advisory committee to report back on whether the law should be changed and how it could be accomplished.
The board, appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, has up to six months to act on a Dec. 17, 2009 petition filed by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation that seeks to change state law to require safe-sex protections for adult-film workers, including mandatory condom use and more stringent safety training and testing for sexually transmitted diseases.
Earlier this month, staff members recommended that the board create an advisory committee to consider amending the law “in order to give greater protection to employees in the adult film industry.”
Fellas please chime in?
The federal government has spent nearly half a million dollars to fund a study to find out why some men would prefer not to wear condoms during sex.
The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, a branch of the National Institutes of Health, has awarded a $423,500 grant to researchers at The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction.
The Bloomington, Ind., based research team will use the funding to study “barriers to correct condom use,” according to a release from the institute.
“This project aims to advance our understanding of, among other factors, the role of cognitive and affective processes and condom application skills in explaining problems with condom use in young, heterosexual adult men,” reads an excerpt of the study, which will be funded through May 2011.
But critics aren’t so sure that this is the way the government should be spending taxpayer dollars.