Many of his words were met with cries of agreement, including shouts of “Tell it, Bill” or “Preach, Dr. Cosby!”
Just like we were all in church.
Whether it was describing teenage pregnancy rates as an example of young girls without fathers “wanting something to love” or young men who go out and attack and rob because they aren’t allowed to reveal how much they hurt inside over their turbulent home situations, his comments were as sharply formed as a surgeon’s scalpel.
. . . He said he wanted the audience to consider his comments as if they came from a favorite grandfather who wanted his children and grandchildren to do the right thing.
Cosy also said, “The teacher can’t hug your child anymore – you need to hug your child.”