About RobFather X

My name is RobFather X. I am a free-thinking person; one whose expressions on the 'Real Time' blog (among other things) are based simply on my perception, knowledge, and understanding of the realities of life as I live and see it.

A Daily Orgasm?

S/N: I’m aware that it’s been a while since I last posted anything on this blog. Sorry ’bout that, folks. Life and commitments to other things can share that blame. Anyway, I figured I may as well return to posting here with this helpful PSA (public service announcement) which some, if not many of you, will appreciate!
Kool? Aight, let’s roll!

Life too short not to orgasm dailySeriously, folks. Either GIVE yourself one or GET yourself one – and do so each day, if and when possible.

CHECK IT: An orgasm is healthy as fuck. We all need one, although many of us probably know a few people who need an orgasm much more than we do! Your STATE OF MIND will appreciate it! Your ATTITUDE, if negative, will improve – even if temporarily! And your BODY will thank you!

Don’t knock the message I’ve posted. I simply believe in keeping things on thegrown ‘n sexy level; you feel me? To know me is to know that I practice what I preach; most certainly and quite shamelessly and unapologetically on the sexual level! And if you can’t relate to the message here then perhaps there’s no hope for you nor for that matter, anything else about you.

– RobFather X

#GrownNSexy #Messages4MatureAdults

A Nation in Distress (Pt. 1)

Flag of the United States (distress)The United States of America is in serious distress as long as a man like Donald J. Trump remains President and Mike Pence remains Vice-President; and while there are elected members of the U.S. Congress and appointed judges sitting on the U.S. Supreme Court who choose to support Trump and Pence – each who either by their rhetoric and/or their inaction is in effect, condoning the unpatriotic and dangerously treasonous actions of those men.

– RobFather X

D-Day at 75: The Brave Black American Men

D-Day pic2Of some of the coverages and commemorations of D-Day, the World War II Allied amphibious invasion of Normandy, France, code-namedOperation Overlord that I’ve been seeing on television and hearing on the radio so far, none of it either referred to nor mentioned the participation of nearly 2,000 brave Black American troops; men of color who, seventy-five (75) years ago, also landed on [code-named] Omaha and Utah Beaches at Normandy on that fateful day of June 6, 1944.

Video: A Distant Shore: African Americans of D-Day

Fortunately, a few print magazines and websites had the courage to mention this truthful fact; choosing to neither ignore, white-wash, nor erase what is an equally important aspect of World War II history (unlike, for example, what the 1998 war film “Saving Private Ryan” – which I still liked, had shamefully done).

D-Day (definition)

I’ve watched and loved war drama television shows and theater films since childhood. As I watch such shows or films, I always look for Black U.S. military servicemen. I especially look for men who “looked like me” in TV shows and films that are based on WWI and WWII history and am quite disappointed when none are featured because I know full well that brave men of color were “over there” too!

Video: The Invisible Soldiers: Unheard Voices (Blacks in WWII documentary)

I’ve listed a few links to sites where readers can learn a bit more about Black Americans who served in World War II and about ‘D-Day‘:

– RobFather X

Marvel vs DC Comparison (humor)

I found this meme that compares DC comics and book-based movies with those of Marvel, to be funny as fuck! Yeah, I know some of y’all [DC comic book/movie] lovers will be pissed, perhaps mad as fuck about the comparison but then ask yourselves:
When doesn’t the underlying truth of comparison about the two major comic book publishing houses in the world – Marvel and DC – especially when it’s the truth about movies made – based on comic books from each of those grand comics publishing houses, not made some people mad? Huh? Huh???MEME_Marvel, DC by comparisonCHECK IT: I’m what some might call an “old school” comic book collector. My comic book collecting period ran from 1965 to around 2005. Year 2005 is about the time when I started [more] seriously saving and/or spending my money on buying and/or paying for a house, buying better cars, raising my kid, buying better computers and computer-based/electronic gadget shit, and of course better condoms that felt skin-natural on my dick (and wouldn’t break). In addition to the comics I’ve collected from other comic book publishers, most of my large, still-existing comic book collection consists of comic books from both Marvel and DC – with much of that collection being comic books from…. Marvel! (Always “Make Mine Marvel” first…then I’ll check out the rest!)

Anyway, if you’re “offended” or “insulted” by the comic publishing house comparison and want to get past having your fragile comic book feelings and sensitivities [always] being insulted and hurt (how silly of you!), then simply write a letter to the people who make the DC comic book-based movies and tell them to… step up their game.

Oh, and getting some better actors can’t hurt either. It oughta all be simple.
LMAO!

– RobFather X

Being both Masculine and Alpha

_RFX, Renzo nude, goatee, armpit, pierced nippleThere are pockets in U.S. society which either want or would prefer that people look down on a guy who is masculine and/or who has an “alpha” type personality; as though being one or being both is supposed to be some negative, bad, and perhaps dangerous thing. Well, fuck people who either think like that or want to believe that sort of thing! It’s not my fault that such people can neither understand nor accept the kind of men (like me) who happened to be both.

Men like us will neither be guilted into nor shamed for being who we are. We will never feel obligated to somehow “tone down” our measure of masculinity, masculine demeanor, nor any “alpha-type” personality we may happened to have due to the sensitive and/or insecure nature or feelings of other people. Furthermore, I am only qualified to assess and take comfort in and with my own level or measure of masculinity and personality type. It’s never my place to assess and/or judge that of another man. I believe society would be better off if they’d simply follow my position on this.

I recently tweeted this:
RobFather Tweet (12APR2019)-3Among a host of other things I attribute to the “me” that I am, my self-confidence, both my psychological stability and sexual security and comfort, my leadership and managerial skills, my strength, patience, love, and concern as a father, how I choose or prefer to interact with other people, my management of stress and personal health, and my very ability to live, travel, and survive in this country and in the world itself, is all based simply and exactly to my being – and remaining – the kind of person that I am and have long been. I’m good with that! Any psychologically and/or emotionally insecure, fearful, and/or intimidated motherfucker who doesn’t like it will simply have to deal with it because the man that I am will not change for their benefit. 

– RobFather X