Your Sunday Bread: Cult Prostitutes versus Whorish Women What’s the Difference?

1Co 7:2  But because of whoring, let each one have his own wife, anave her own husband. 

Seems that some of us didn’t hear this word in its entirety. So here goes truth.

Because of whoring. Many of us consider a whore, or rather, one who whores to be someone out there looking around and having sex with any ol fella. However, from this text a whore can be so even if she might be married. Of course, in marriage the added pang of adultery rings true as well, but for this cause we want to know whose a whore and what makes a whore, because chances are one is a whore by what she thinks rather than the clothing she puts on.

Let’s face it. Women who are scantily dress are considered such though she may not be that way. It is the case, that society brings this type thinking on a woman because of styles in dress. So it is fair to say if boobs are out, shorts showing cheeks a woman may be more likely to be labeled a whore than the one who is covered. However, there are probably more whores covered than meet the eye.

Its all in what we think, because someone with not much clothes may not give him the time of day while the one presenting herself as chaste is down right freaky in her mind.

What is a whore?

Similar terms apply (a) a cult prostitute, (b) a harlot: To act or be, and  (c) unfaithfulness

So we see there are many terms to fit and cover a great many women. So lets narrow the search shall we?

Here we focus on a cult prostitute and know that these are women known to frequent so called congregations. Back in biblical times these women would go and visit the temple, hang around it and make themselves available to men.

Do you think that changed? See all the women flocking the churches after the preachers/pastors and ask are they covered? Are they dressed?

Cult Prostitutes, but the changed words has us believing the women because of their dress are these. Basically, there are some decent women just misguided, but who have they to model themselves after?

In essence, then, Its what you can’t see that hurts.

No More Locked Doors!

download (4)All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws. [US Constitution Amendment 14 Section 1].

College students in America should be aware that the job market, or rather attainable rights to own and run business and the job search market might seem to be on level footing but they are not, because underlying levels of discrimination and bias are at the frontline. Accordingly, some reports say that though many people might have the same initial education or degrees, seemingly, there are great disparages among blacks and whites with the same education or degreed status.

In the case of Amendment 14 Section 1, people might have an idea that legally this would allow immunity against being sued or some other legality concerning court. However, when the subject of one’s immunity is brought forth this would also mean protection from harm in all things pertaining to ‘life, liberty and pursuit of happiness’. Therefore, one’s ability to seek a job, and/or own a business measurable with their education should be a mainstay. However, though allowed to seek and even be in a top list of candidates the ability to obtain employment is stalled at the door. Hence, establishment of programs to curtail employers who tend to discriminate in the application process, but do they help?

In the article, “Black Men Need More Education Than White Men to Get Jobs”, Margaret Barthel (2014) wrote:

A recent report from the advocacy group Young Invincibles suggests not: African American millennial men need two or more levels of education to have the same employment prospects as their white peers. White male college graduates have a 97.6% employment rate. Black male college graduates have a 92.8% employment rate—which correlates more closely with the job prospects for white men who have some college education but no degree (92.5%) (Barthel, 2014, para. 2).

Discrimination and or biases is further noted in the article which alludes to white sounding names versus black names being a problem in the applicant process as well. Hence, one should ask what  the protection against such clandestine treatment is there. Please note, one employer stated that he does not deal with applicants with ‘tribal’ sounding names. In essence, this thinking targets blacks whose names might seem unusual rather than standard names such as Mary, John, Martha or Mark and is in direct contradiction to the amendment which states that, “any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws,” and to which employers should adhere to but apparently have found a loophole to avoid it.

In essence, the situation begs the question which asks, what is a person to do if one cannot get in the door of opportunity?

Watch: African American unemployment hits depression-era levels