Dear Willie D:
My girl and I were having sex, and she called me daddy. I got turned off immediately because it was weird as hell. The first thing that went through my head was that she has some type of deep, sick, incestuous desire to get banged by her daddy. What do you think, Willie?
Daddy Long Stroke:
Damn, man. Either I’m getting old or I’m some sort of freak. I thought that was normal.
MY BIGGEST FEAR
Dear Willie D:
Hello, sir. I've been following your live feeds on YouTube for some time now, and I just read your Houston Press piece, “I Got My Foster Daughter Pregnant.” I’m emotionally tied in to this story because my babies are ten, 11 and 12, and have been with my folks since October because CPS stole my family.
Nevertheless, my kids will be headed to foster families on June 1, because my family has turned their backs and CPS would rather see my kids go to foster care versus giving them back to the people who really want them! I’m angry, needless to say, and a story like this just rocks my faith in humanity!
These people, who are supposed to be trusted and fit for children, take their innocence and trust, and rob them of their childhood. Shame on him (the foster father). Regardless if she is 18 or not, he should be punished and considered a sexual predator. If this was a stepfather, they would lock him up with the quickness. So what makes him any different?
As a mother who loves and cares for her children, and [is] fighting every day like hell to get them back, this is my biggest fear. Disgusted!
Thank you for your feedback. Not knowing the details of your situation, I will say that in most circumstances, CPS is not just going to take a child away from his or her mother for no reason. However, CPS does have a bad rep for being a day late and a dollar short.
I know of many cases where the agency unnecessarily left a child in danger when the signs of abuse were obvious, or when it removed a child for ridiculous reasons. If someone called CPS on me for mistreating my kids, I don’t know if I would be angry or amused. But if they came for me, I would welcome them with open arms, because the only thing they’re going to find is all this love I have for my babies.
DO YOU THINK THAT COLLEGE IS A GIFT AND A CURSE?
Dear Willie D:
I have seen college ruin some people that had great potential, and it was cold-blooded what happened to a few that I know, man. Do you think that college is a gift and a curse?
Gift and Curse:
I do believe college can be a gift and a curse. On one hand, you get to meet lots of new people from different walks of life, have great experiences, and put yourself in a better position to compete for jobs and earn more money if you get a degree. On the other hand, if you don’t know who you are and are easily influenced, you could easily get swept up in a life of partying, drugs, alcohol and sex, especially if you come from a sheltered background.
Also, college is expensive, so if you don’t come from money or don’t get a scholarship, you may find yourself in debt several years after your final day on campus. Like most things in life, college is what you make it.
WHY THE HELL WOULD ANYBODY WANT TO BE PART OF A FAT ACCEPTANCE MOVEMENT?
Dear Willie D:
I had never heard of such a thing as a fat acceptance movement until my girlfriend’s sister, who is 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 260 pounds, texted me an invitation to attend an anti-fat bias protest.
I don’t understand all these protests going on around the country. It’s like if somebody’s food is cold, instead of heating it, he or she grabs a posterboard and a marker, creates a sign, then protests in front of the restaurant. Why the hell would anybody want to encourage being unhealthy by protesting in support of obesity?
Big Fat Movement:
As long as the fat acceptance movement is a movement of self-love and not the glorification of disease and bad choices, I can dig it. Life is about correcting unhealthy behavior, not celebrating it, and getting mad at those who don’t.
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