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My hypocritical views on chivalry

Is chivalry dying? In some ways, women may be killing it — me included

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Every second and fourth Saturday afternoon, I am asked the same question by at least a handful of men: “Do you need help with that?” or “Where is your car?” And my response is always the same, “Nope, I got it.” I twirl around, content to do my job as the Sergeant at Arms.




Let’s chat about my oddball thoughts on family, relationships and activism — with a dose of comedy, too.

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Shamontiel L. Vaughn

Shamontiel L. Vaughn

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