Ezra Miller is quite eloquent in an interview with AfterElton on why he self-identifies as “queer”: AfterElton: You routinely refer to yourself as “queer,” which I love. It’s an old word, but it’s kind of a new form of self-identification. EM: It’s … Continue reading
Posted in Film, Music, Sexuality
Tagged black bisexual men, black gay men, black self-determination, Ezra Miller, Frank Ocean, LGBT, queer, queer black men, sexuality
Here are the songs that I think are the finest that I had the opportunity to hear in 2012. If you want to see the other 10, go here.
Posted in Best of 2012, Music
Tagged 80s synth pop, ABC, Austin Brown, Avant, Billy Ocean, blues, Brandy, Channel Orange, duet, Euro dance pop, Frank Ocean, jackson 5, Keke Wyatt, lina, Lina Loi, Nas, new wave, Pyramids, R. Kelly, R&B, Rahsaan Patterson, solange, soulman, Sy Smith, The Don, torch song, True, Two Eleven, Usher
My thoughts on Frank Ocean’s new song, “Pyramids.”