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'You Need To Keep Your Balls' | Husbands' Panel | Black Love Summit 2020

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It's the fellas' turn! Anthony Clark, Kevin Fredericks ( @KevOnStage ), Terrence Williams, and Black Love Co-Creator Tommy Oliver sit down and have a discussion on what it means to "keep your balls" in your marriage.

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Kevin being afraid of that 30 second clip that get's him cancelled 😂 Is he wrong though? Because as black women we do go hard sometimes😂😂

Author — Muna B

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I love that we have access to these sorts of real talks about marriage! As a hopeless romantic living In a generation where the institution is completely disregarded, this is awesome to see and learn from people that look like me.

Author — DOMONIQUE SMITH

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Married to my wonderful black man for 34 years!!! Challenge each other with respect and adaptability are key!!! Love this video!

Author — DIY with Donna

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We all cross lines. I like that Anthony said you stop, you go back, u apologize and start over.

Author — Elizabeth Billingsley

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I love this channel, I love seeing black men talking about black women in a positive and loving way.

Author — naturegirl808

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I enjoy hearing the men’s conversation just as much as the women’s. The guys are hilarious! A word that came up in both conversations: balance. Learning to balance (everything) is a key to lasting relationships.

Author — Janice Burton

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I've been with my husband 23 years, married almost 11 years. I've truly learned to choose my battles. Everthing isn't an argument, he's not always wrong or right and neither am I. We don't speak to each other in a demeaning or derogatory way, we communicate and listen. There are times when he'll come tell me I was right about something, and I appreciate it. I may have felt in advance that I was but I don't brag about it. Instead, when it mattered I gave him space to figure it out as opposed to shoving my thoughts down his throat. Going forward he'll appreciate me for that and feel he can come to me on other things bc I'm going to be conscious of him, his thoughts and feelings.

Author — J M

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This is so great! I absolutely love Black Love!!! 🖤🖤 this channel is dope!

Author — DIY Until I DIYE

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i love when black men have authentic conversations black love..it rock

Author — Nduta N. Sally

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Maturity is speaking here! Thank u gentlemen!

Author — Elizabeth Billingsley

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This conversation was absolutely the BEST!!! absolutely NEEDED!!! absolutely WELCOMED!!! Thank you to all of you!!! 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾❤️❤️❤️ MORE MORE MORE 😍😍😍

Author — Nubi

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Bruh this is such a great conversation for men. As a married man of 10 years I could not agree with what is being said more.

Author — ivfdaddy

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If Bernie Sanders ever needed a once impersonation we found one with the dude with glasses.

Author — WAYNE RILEY

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I love the first guy he’s so mature the others seem immature and laugh all the time and ok many movements not too stable grounded mature in my opinion

Author — Oh Keh

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Honesty is always the key to communication which is truly the backbone of a healthy relationship

Author — Talk Etic

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This was so informative and funny! I laughed out loud and learned!!! Ya'll keep this up!

Author — All Things Jay

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Why did it sound like Kev was clearing his throat for buddy at 4:45 😂

Author — Andrew Scott

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the ball is in your court 🤣🤣 you brought the balls to the table 🤣🤣🤣 we are balls deep 🤣🤣🤣 she got lady balls 🤣🤣 men convos are legit funny. I appreciate them + the environment they create when together (when it’s not toxic 🙄).

Author — Imani Adrea

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This is such a man conversation. Using the metaphors that make sense to them lol

Author — Aria Albritton

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Kevin, are you saying that ladies should not protect men's egos? If so, I agree. Women are not here to coddle egos nor are men here to coddle us. I hope that makes sense. I'm not saying couples hurt one another and and be jerks, I am saying that our role is not to do the ego work/emotional/growth work for another person.

Author — Elizabeth Billingsley