To hear a recap of DeLacy Davis’ response on this subject, you can go to last night’s show by clicking here!!!
Self-appointed relationship guru Steve Harvey’s skyrocketed success behind his “Think Like a Man” franchise, which landed him a best-selling novel, a movie box office hit and in addition; a daytime talk show. Steve Harvey has done an excellent job at convincing women that they are in a dire state of affairs concerning black men and relationships.
Well…I never brought into Steve Harvey’s hype; didn’t buy his book and had absolutely no desire to see the movie generated from the best-selling book. I recognized the twice divorced comedian as an opportunist. Touting the black male crisis as the source of all relationship woes, Harvey was in my opinion; giving black women an emotional crutch that effectively allows them to become devoid of any accountability for their own failed relationships.
But Oh NO!!! I’ve never gone with every wind of doctrine based upon self-appointed opinions. I’d rather stand with a biblical principle of truth, concerning relationships between man and woman.
De Lacy Davis, (pictured right above), our featured guest this Thursday, September 27th on “Conversations Of A Sistah” will differentiate Harvey’s craze of “Think Like A Man” based upon real principle.
“Personally, I don’t know too many men who’d want to date a woman who thinks like a man” De Lacy said in our brief phone conversation concerning the subject.
Davis, of De Lacy Davis Consultants, LLC; is a powerful force to be reckoned with, overcoming trials; yet triumphed in the integrity, experiences and challenges of what he holds to be true. Best selling author of Black Cops Against Police Brutality: A Crisis Action Plan and known in the community as Brother De Lacy…, Davis is not one to turn his back or hold his tongue in the face of injustice or when an issue is being hoodwinked.
With too many impressive accomplishments to list, De Lacy Davis has appeared on MTV, Nightline, C-Span, Oprah, Hard Ball, News Talk, Good Day New York, Positively Black and Ricki Lake, just to name a few.
The whole Steve Harvey craze a good marketing blend, but now De Lacy’s going to tell us, “Why women should NOT think like men”.
Hope you’ll tune into “Conversations of a Sistah” on “Conversations Live” Thursday night at 8:00 P.M. I can guarantee you, you won’t want to miss it!!!
To hear last week’s show (Thursday September 20th) click here!
The show will be available for download or replay an hour or two, after air time…See you on the air!!!