"White Men Can't Hump" Author Todd Wooten Guest Panelist On PSI Radio Book Discussion Book of the Month on the G.R.I.T.S. Online Book Club

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Todd Wooten, author of the controversial book "White Men Can't Hump: As Good As Black Men" (AuthorHouse Paperback), will be a guest panelist on the online radio station PSI Radio (http://www.psiradio.com). Also the featured book of the month on the popular online book club, the G.R.I.T.S. (http://www.thegritsbookclub.com).

Todd Wooten, author of the controversial book "White Men Can't Hump: As Good As Black Men" (AuthorHouse Paperback), will be a guest panelist on the online radio station PSI Radio (http://www.psiradio.com). The author will be the guest of radio personality Wanda Lewis on the stations new book club for the next four weeks, beginning Thursday February 15, 2007 at 4:30PM (EST), and every Thursday thereafter. Listeners are invited to join the debate of hot topics such as relationships, race and politics by visiting the website or by calling the station TEL: (877) 849-7746 or (708) 849-7746.

The book White Men Can't Hump is also the featured book of the month on the popular online book club, the G.R.I.T.S. (http://www.thegritsbookclub.com). The book will be the topic of discussion on Thursday, February 22, 2007; 9:30 PM (EST) in the book club's online discussion group.

White Men Can't Hump is perhaps the most controversial book on race and sex in America that's ever been written to date. The book closely examines some of America's most common taboos and myths, showing how they affect the way we perceive each other. Taboo subjects such as: "Once you go Black you don't go back," the Black man's genitalia and sexual prowess, as well as "Does size really matter" are discussed with humor and honesty. The subject of racial stereotypes are broken into three categories (cultural, physical, intellectual), and closely examined; minus political correctness.

White Men Can't Hump is loaded with detailed information, facts, history, and the author's personal life experiences. Don't miss this laugh-out-loud, thought provoking, reading experience. Do you have Limpbaugh syndrome? Are you better in the boardroom or the bedroom? You may learn something about yourself after reading this engaging book.

Todd Wooten grew up in a small country town in Central Ohio. After graduating from high school, Wooten served in the U.S. Marines. He has since worked as a prison guard, a bouncer, a mall cop, a paramedic, and fourteen years as a firefighter.

The book is divided into two Volumes, visit: White Men Can't Hump (As Good As Black Men) (http://www.whitemencanthump.com) to purchase copies, read samples, and learn more.

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