Tag Archives: parenting

Ask the Old Guy Wonders: Did Desegregation Work?

When I was seven, my very gifted but slightly off her rocker Aunt used to perform Macbeth in our living room. She often discussed her love for all things Shakespeare and then rail on about what year in high school they studied each play. In my young impressionable mind, it was assumed that great literature,… Read More »

Men Refusing Domination

Everyday all around me and in multiple formats, the world reminds me that I’m flawed and not a “real man”. Men who Resist Domination are often seen as weak, pussies, someone to trifle with. We are often seen as less of a threat to the world. For not upholding toxic and typical masculinity, we pay… Read More »

We Gets No Love: Why Gay Men Struggle with Love and Intimacy

Right now I’m listening to Stevie Wonder’s Overjoyed and choosing insight over depression. Stevie Wonder always moves me to self reflection and deep emotions. I listened to him as a child go on about the life and world changing capabilities of loving and being well loved; I was given some very different messages from the… Read More »