In a fairly inoffensive, if silly, roundtable discussion post on AfterElton about The CW’s brilliant, The Vampire Diaries, this jumped out at me: There’s yet to be much of a gay presence on the show. (Sorry folks, Caroline’s deceased Dad … Continue reading
My thoughts on an AfterEllen interview of Monifah.
Posted in Music, Sexuality, Television
Tagged AfterEllen, AfterElton, black gay women, black lesbian, black singer, black woman singer, gay, gay women, lesbian, LGBT, Lindsey Byrnes, Monifah, Monifah Carter, queer, R&B Divas, R&B music, same gender loving, same gender loving women, Touch It, TVOne, white gay, white lesbian
My thoughts on my 11 favorite television characters.
Posted in Television
Tagged A Different World, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, AfterElton, Alyson Hannigan, Anya, black nerd, Bodie, Bodie Broadus, Buffy Summers, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Buffyverse, Charmed, Charmed Ones, Clair Huxtable, Cole Turner, Damon Carter, Denise Huxtable, Doppelgangland, Dwayne Wayne, Elvin, favorite television characters, favorite tv characters, Friday Night LIghts, Friends, Girlfriends, Holly Marie Combs, J.D. Wiilliams, Kadeem Hardison, Kareem Said, Kyle Barker, Lisa Kudrow, Living Single, Maxine Shaw, McNulty, Michael B. Jordan, Nicole Ari Parker, Oz, Phoebe Buffay, Piper Halliwell, Preston "Bodie" Broadus, ride the maverick, Ross Gellar, Shannen Doherty, Simon Adebisi, Slayers, Smash Williams, Sondra, Soul Food, Teri Joseph, The Cosby Show, The Wire, Toni Childs, Vamp Willow, Vince Howard, Willow Rosenberg, witch
My thoughts on the “Greek” finale.
Posted in Television
Tagged ABC Family, AfterElton, Amber Stevens, Ashleigh, Calvin, Cappie, Casey Cartright, Clark Duke, colorblind, colorblind casting, Dale, Dilshad Vadsaria, Evan Chambers, gay, gay character, Greek, Jacob Zachar, Jake McDorman, Patrick Sean Smith, Paul James, race, Rebecca Logan, Rusty Cartright, Scott Michael Foster, Spencer Grammer
My thoughts on what is missing from Brent Hartinger’s “Ten of the Most Romantic Gay Moments in Entertainment” list.
Posted in Film, Sexuality
Tagged AfterElton, Beautiful Thing, Brent Hartinger, Christian Campbell, gay film, gay kiss, John Paul Pitoc, JP Pitoc, Tori Spelling, Trick