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My first Muay Thai fight

I started the day focused, listening to my Fight 1 playlist trying to get myself pumped up on the bus. The streets were empty, and again it really did feel like I was alone. I’ve felt like this whilst training sometimes too, the whole process of preparing for a fight is at times very isolating, but when I stepped in the ring I understood why. It’s just you and your opponent, it felt like there was definitely no turning back from the moment I took the first step over the threshold and left my house. Game Time! Continue reading My first Muay Thai fight

The Candace Owens Spatial Divide

After doing a little digging I’m happy to see that Candace Owens is still trying to empower people, speak truth and change minds.  I have listened to a lot of her anti-democratic stance and as a black woman in America spouting the kind of truths she does, she’s no only brave but has some very good points to make.  Continue reading The Candace Owens Spatial Divide

Love can come first

Many black women are upset that black men who get into interracial relationships  vocalise the negative traits that they’ve attributed to black women and as a result justify their choice of non-black partner. Plenty of celebrity black men who the general populous hold so high in regard, have publicly spouted their disdain for black women saying such things as they’re; unattractive, poor, loud and aggressive. A lot of this comes from men who are already comfortable referring to women in general as bitches and hoes, so that should say something about the person holding these abhorrent views. Continue reading Love can come first

It’s everybody else’s fault apart from mine

Learning about the horrors of the very recent past has contributed to a radical left wing set of ideologies that have crept into our educational institutions and flooded our media outlets. There is a segment of the population who believe strongly in identity politics and their right to constantly voice their opinion. Continue reading It’s everybody else’s fault apart from mine

Ajay Banga – You are going to get stared at

This is a section from the full interview with Ajay Banga, who was the CEO for Mastercard. Here he speaks about the importance of not worrying too much what people think about you and that its better to face problems than run away from them. He has struggled with this in his life and has successfully overcome these issues.  Continue reading Ajay Banga – You are going to get stared at