Favorite Gentlemen

Okay, so I know it’s not Sunday. However, I felt today would be the perfect day to introduce you guys to my Favorite Gentlemen (part 3 of my Favorite Things) because today is a day we honor one of the most tenacious, dedicated, life-changing gemtlemen to ever live: the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Today is Natioanl Dr. King Day in the states, a day we remember the life and legacy of the famed Civil Rights leader and peace maker.

Dr. King led a life dedicated to bringing equal human rights to colored people, to bringing nations together and to spreading a message of peace and love to all mankind. Keeping his lifestyle led me to carefully choose the gentlemen you see below.

Jolie's Favorite Gentlemen

Those men featured in my mash-up are influential and beautiful through their choices, their messages, their talents, their acceptance, their differences as well as in their initial appearance. They are my favorite gentlemen because to me, they stand out from the Status Quo of what society says a man should be (emotionally distant, hard, tough, sexual, powerful, dominating, etc) and they instead redefine what it means to be a man (Sweet, kind, understanding, tolerant, intelligent, imaginative and dynamic).

So enjoy the holiday guys and enjoy looking at some of my Favorite Gentlemen (I know I am)! Be on the lookout for more of my Favorite Things and remember to live a life of purpose as Dr. King did. [collage by Photovisi.com]

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