I jumped into my car with no regrets for what was about to happen. If he had loved me correctly, then this could have been avoided. Hearing the signs of the Draco was like music to my ears. I knew the mission was done and it was time for me to exit. I made my way … More Pleasure and Pain III
(image courtesy of Shutterstock) I don’t think there has been a louder anti-racism revolt since the Civil Rights Movement. The Black Lives Matter revolution that we are witnessing right now is opening the eyes of America– including white Americans — to the violent systemic racism that exists in the United States. It is inspiring protests … More Black Lives Matter in Brazil, Too. #VidasNegrasImportam
The time had finally come. David was finally getting ready to move to his new destination in a couple days as his job had relocated him. The brilliant engineer was getting ready to move from New York to Los Angeles and leave behind all the things that he grew up being around and the people … More I Used To Love Her- Part 1: The Hurt Still Resides
Where do I start? Actually, I know where: THIS IS MY BODY! DON’T LIKE IT? OH WELL! Since when was it okay for men to delegate jurisdiction over a womb that doesn’t belong to them? With the exception of some Transgender men, cisgender men do not have to endure the mental, physical, and emotional trauma … More Don’t Like It? Oh Well!
This is something that has always bothered me about black people, or at least people in poorer communities. “NO SNITCHING!” I have always thought this was the most ignorant thing you can say. If you see someone getting jumped, you better not say anything. If a girl gets raped, “oh hey that’s fucked up, but … More Snitching, Police Officers and Taking Back Being Black