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
My thoughts on an AfterEllen interview of Monifah.
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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 Pretty Ricky’s new song with H-Town and Jodeci.
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Tagged Baby Blue, cover song, Devante Swing, Dino, GI, H-Town, Jodeci, JoJo, K-Ci and JoJo, K-Ci Hailey, Knockin Boots, Ladies night, Lingerie, male gaze, Mr. Dalvin, Pretty Ricky, queer, queer studies, R&B, remake, remix, romantic song, sex, sex song, sexy song, Sexy Spec, Shazam, Spectacular
My thoughts on a few events that raise issues about black sexuality.
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Tagged 4-Play, Baby Blue, ball kid, black love, black marriage, Bluestar, Dino, gay, gay video, GI, H-Town, Jada Pinkett Smith, Knockin Boots, male gaze, open relationship, Pretty Ricky, queer, Sexy Spec, Shazam, Spectacular, Will Smith