I do not think I have ever wanted to see a movie so badly. I want to see this movie so bad I wish I was in it. I am literally going to be waiting outside the theater the first day it come out how those die hard Star Wars fans do. lol And I will be in my N.W.A uniform. All black.
Huffington Post | By Sahaj Kohli reports....
A group of gay men known as the MiAKAs are filing a lawsuit against the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated for gender discrimination. MiAKA, or Men interested in the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, was unofficially founded a few years ago at Texas Southern University and Prairie View A&M University. Members mimic the sorority’s signature rituals. AKA, the oldest sorority founded by African-American women at Howard University in 1908, has established itself as a well-known international service organization. Famous women who are members of the sorority include Wanda Sykes, Star Jones and Toni Morrison. Though the sorority was created for black women, it does not discriminate against other women. There are over 100 women who have been recognized for their outstanding achievement as honorary members, including Rosa Parks and Eleanor Roosevelt. The conservative activist website CampusReform.org notes Alpha Kappa Alpha is a legacy of sisterhood. It has barred men -- gay or straight -- to join its sisterhood, just as fraternities bar all women from joining their brotherhood. The National Pan-Hellenic Council includes nine Black Greek letter organizations known collectively as the “Divine 9”, five of which are fraternities. MiAKA has its options of joining these brotherhoods with similar values and principles such as Alpha Phi Alpha founded in 1906, Kappa Alpha Psi founded in 1911, Omega Psi Phi founded in 1911, Phi Beta Sigma founded in 1914, or Iota Phi Theta founded in 1963.
You dont have to agree with his methods but this guy personally just inspired me to get in the gym because if he can get it together then nobody has no excuses.He was a fragile 170 and in 30 days went to 210. That's amazing. I'm impressed.