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Immediately after the fight, he called Ali and courted him hard.
At a press conference the day after the Liston fight, Ali announced his allegiance to the Nation of Islam and shared with the world his new name. Despite Howard Cosell’s claim to the contrary, it was not originally Muhammad Ali. The rejection of “Clay” horrified his parents, especially his father, whose name had been devalued in every sense of the word.
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“Turning my back on Malcolm,” says Muhammad Ali 40 years after the fact, “was one of the mistakes that I regret most in my life.” To his credit, Ali has come to grips with this tragic misstep, at least partially. To maintain both Ali and Malcolm X in the same unstable pantheon – an astonishing bit of myth juggling – they have had to gloss over an all but unforgivable act of treachery. 21, 1965, just four days short of the first anniversary of Ali’s surprise conquest of Sonny Liston.
And if women Then, of course, the men will wonder if they’ll later be accused of rape, no matter how willing the female participant might have been.
They are eager to participate in one-night stands, but that’s about the extent of their willingness to commit.
This in not just a case of “Why buy the cow when the milk is free?
” Instead, for many men it seems the cost of the cow is simply too high. I may not like their misogyny, but I can understand the sentiment.
“Particularly because, as increasing numbers of social observers are noticing, an entire generation of young people – mostly men – are being left behind in the wreckage of this social engineering project.” You can hardly blame men for withdrawing from society, Yiannopoulos concludes.
“Cruelly derided as man-children and crybabies for objecting to absurdly unfair conditions in college, bars, clubs and beyond, men are damned if they do and damned if they don’t: ridiculed as basement-dwellers for avoiding aggressive, demanding women with unrealistic expectations, or called rapists and misogynists merely for expressing sexual interest.” This is confirmed by another article, which recounts how “Seventy percent of American males between the ages of 20 and 34 are not married, and many live in a state of ‘perpetual adolescence’ with ominous consequences for the nation’s future. Far too many young men have failed to make a normal progression into adult roles of responsibility and self-sufficiency, roles generally associated with marriage and fatherhood. The high percentage of bachelors means bleak prospects for millions of young women who dream about a wedding day that may never come. Young women who adhere to a moral code and refuse to participate in the ‘hook up’ culture are now considered social misfits. And they face even more daunting odds of finding a husband than their promiscuous sisters.” That’s because if young women are not willing to “put out,” many men won’t have anything to do with them.