Mo’Nique Breaks Down The Roles of Men & Women

Written by on July 20, 2010

When Mo’Nique first burst on the scene I wasn’t sure that I would ever see her as a voice of reason in relationships. As a matter of fact, I was never in any real hurry to watch an episode of her show. What did catch my attention was an article I read regarding the relationship she has with her husband. The headline read “Mo’Nique Doesn’t Care If Her Husband Cheats”. As it turned out that headline and the twist the writer tried to put on the story was false. The comedian/talk show host quickly put that idea to rest by being able to articulate, most beautifully might I add, that she and her husband had a relationship that was so much more than that. A few things became very clear as Mo’Nique expanded her platform and had more opportunities to speak on the matter:

  1. She and her husband are in love.
  2. She has answers to her own questions about love…that she believes in.
  3. She’s committed to loving, and being loved mind, body, and soul.

I can’t speak for all men, but there is something extra-beautiful about a woman that is competent and secure in her own definition and role as a woman; and Mo’Nique….is both of those things. On a recent show she had a very REAL discussion with a couple about Male female roles….it went like this:

Keep it REAL beautiful Mo’Nique….and thanks for speaking your piece.

I.B.Edubl


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  1. Mary   On   July 20, 2010 at 11:06 am

    I tuned in for this episode and it was very interesting and eye opening! It was refreshing to see a couple who loved each other for who they are! More couples need to open their minds and stop trying to do what they think everyone else is doing or thinks they should be doing.

    • I.B. Edubl   On   July 20, 2010 at 12:18 pm

      I agree Mary. People have to learn what works for them…and do it well. I think that was message that I neglected to highlight, but was clearly demonstrated by the guest couple. thanks for sharing!

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