While walking back from the local laundromat in my San Francisco neighborhood this morning, I ran across an elderly white woman and her two (unleashed) dogs. (Please, please leash your dogs, people.) Said lady was oblivious to the world — including me and her dogs — as I passed by. But heading in the opposite direction… Read More Here’s Why This Black Person is Pissed
The rhetoric-charged U.S. presidential race has infiltrated discussion outlets online (e.g. your annoying friends on Facebook and Twitter) and offline, touching upon social, racial, and economic divides like never before. The workplace in particular has become a hotbed of political strife, and research has proven that blood is boiling because of the partisan politics. That… Read More Entitlement and Threats
Williams’ words affected me more than how cultural appropriation is displayed on a macro level. On a personal tip, I’ve seen how people view me through my entertainment choices, as well as my manner of speech and dress. … Read More Appropriation and Shame
Fifty years from now, as the MRA movement reflects back on MacKenzie’s paternity, masculinity, and choices, we hope his legacy will be seen with clearer eyes: not as progressive but as his bros’ The Godfather: Part III. We’ll hang our heads and think, “we were there when” we let our bro, who killed thousands of fuckable pussies, be called a good dad to boot.… Read More A DAD’S NOMINATION TO WATCH THE KIDS: A MRA MILESTONE?
With technology bringing global cultures closer together, it is only natural to accept the inevitable meshing of disparate peoples into one beautiful, colorful afghan. People of all colors erotically melting together into a primordial goo of knotted bodies that would make a United Colors of Benetton ad look as chaste as a, well, United Colors… Read More Genial Black Man Learns WhereWhitePeopleMeet!
Another year is almost dead and buried (like Bill Cosby’s career, AMIRITE?), and with that comes an existential reflection on the past 364 days and the shit that needs to not follow into 2016. Also, with the need for companies and people to feed the always-hungry internet beast with the content it craves for sustenance,… Read More Bye, 2015
With Thanksgiving around the corner, tensions are high — and NOT because of preparing food. Family dinner is often a pressure cooker of differing political and religious beliefs, and conversation is stifled to the point of blowing the cooker lid. And when it does, UH OH! Not sure what to expect when attending your (or… Read More Which Thanksgiving Guest Are YOU? A Quiz