Early this morning my husband and I decided that the world has lost its collective marbles. Currently, the world we live in is one where there are no boundaries and constant interruptions are as common as drinking my third cup of coffee by ten a.m. How do you create a sanctuary that is nurturing and… Read More »
Often times, we find ourselves in the most ridiculous positions. We get very confused and many times overstep boundaries and cause grief, heartache and confusion. How many friendships could have been spectacular but got derailed because we either don’t keep it in our pants or can’t help acting out if it stays in our pants?… Read More »
“As soon as a character of color is introduced in a story, imagination stops”. Toni Morrison As a young boy, I loved The Twilight Zone, The Planet of the Apes and anything that provided insight into other worlds and possibilities. It is only as we age, that we learn dreaming and committing to difference, exploration… Read More »
Much like Jesus turning over tables because he was unhappy with the financial decisions and shenanigans going on in the church, I too must rip through a belief set that says : black fag your limits are defined and you must not play big in the world and limit what you can think, be or… Read More »
Although Octavia Butler left us way too soon and Rod Serling and Toni Morrison have yet to create an artistic heir, Daryl T. Sturgis’ Solstice Macaffey, the protagonist in his first novel, Solstice has come to save the day.
Recently, I read an article and watched an accompanying video regarding black/white gay male relationships. I was surprised by the vocal and passionate responses of some of the readers. When I began blogging over a year ago, it was in direct response to an article that was filled with stereotypical responses to black and white… Read More »