Hi all was thinking of doing a regular blog called 'Monday Moan' as i am a grumpy old man with lots to moan about. If too many of you get fed up with this i may stop or just write a blog moaning about it. Some like todays will be serious moans but othere will be more light hearted 🤣🤣

First moan is how a man...
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diddy_dave_uk:
@naru_blu thx!❤❤
naru_blu:
@diddy_dave_uk 😊
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diddy_dave_uk:
@melusine2908 sorry to hear you have had nasty comments!! It makes my blood boil when people are nasty online. I never know wether to respond and defend the person or wether that makes it worse. I used to stay quiet but now try and speak for the people i follow but without responding directly to the trolls!! I can understand why people change their restrictions but do find it frustrating when i can't reply to the posts especailly as my responses are always positive and supportive.
melusine2908:
I feel you, I feel the same with other models I follow and really want to write something but can't 😰 I try to ignore trolls as much as I can but in my case it was only one guy but I can't imagine girls with more followers

Where i lived growing up in the seventies in our little part of the UK i had not personally met a black person. Then about 1985 i went to study in Sheffield a city with a big Afro Caribbean population and i had to question my own views. Where i lived i had to walk past a bar and the first time i walked past...
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natany:
Life's something crazy, i love to read about these stories and how people always can change an be better when decide to stand up for something! And wow, thanks babe for see me as a inspiration, i'm glad!
waitformetoturnblue:
I was fortunate to both be raised in an area of the US that has a robust black population, and that my parents taught me that, while I should never, ever be colorblind—my stepfather felt that being colorblind would blind me to the inequality that black, brown, Asian, etc. people struggle with—that I was no better than anyone else, even and especially that I looked different. I know that as a white person that I have an immediate leg up on everything from getting a job, to getting approved for loans, to even something as simple as being served in a restaurant. My stepfather was way ahead of his time when he raised me from the age of two, onward. He shaped my world view to be vast, equal, and empathetic to others far less fortunate. I am enriched by these lessons I’ve learned from a young age. And I’m a better person for it. Many of my friends are great people, who are smart, talented, beautiful, and kind—and they also happen to have a different skin color than mine, and have and still teach me lessons that they unfortunately have had to and, most regrettably, will experience in the future. But I love them whole, full stop.