The most disrespected person in America is the Black Trans Woman.
The most unprotected person in America is the Black Trans Woman.
The most neglected person in America is the Black Trans Woman.
Three guesses who offers an analysis on the genius of the Maleficent film series over on 30 Up.
It’s the holiday season and yours truly is showing the Scrooge gents (Ebenezer and Mr. McDuck) how to put in that work.
Making my debut over on Yopp, I discuss the white privilege of social activism. I also point out the glaring double standards that Blacks and other PoCs endure when we speak out against injustice or oppression.
A very special thanks to the very wonderful and lovely creator of Yopp, Kella Hanna-Wayne. She is an absolute delight to collaborate with. I’m immensely humbled and honored for the opportunity to share a piece on her platform.
And now for our feature presentation.
It’s that time again. Back by popular demand, it is time for another installment of The Great DILF Post.
A few of these entries I’m ashamed to say kept slipping my mind when I compiled the previous lists. Prime example would be one BD Wong, who I kept forgetting qualified but how can I be expected to remember this when he has looked like he’s 20 for the last 30 years.
While there are many definitions for DILFs, to qualify for this list, the extraordinary gentlemen have to be old enough to actually be around my parents’ age.
So without further adieu……
Today you guys are in for a treat.
Over on 30Up, I sit down with the one and only Gail Simone and we discuss everything from comics, writing, diversity, Hollywood, Lion Forge and much more.
Over on Black Girl Nerds I explain why the Marvel Cinematic Universe doesn’t deserve praise for diversity. At least not yet anyway.
Making my return to 30UP, I list seven exemplary and underrated LGBTQ films that everyone needs to watch.
Today on Black Girl Nerds I provide a character study on one Jessica Pearson of USA’s legal drama Suits and spinoff Pearson.
I also take the opportunity to give praise, honor, and glory to Perfection Herself, Gina Torres.
So for the past few months I’ve been working on a few projects, one of which I’m excited and humbled to finally announce.
Making my debut over at 30 Up, today I sit down with one of my oldest and dearest friends, Independent Filmmaker Robert S. Evans and get his thoughts on everything from pursuing his calling, beating the odds, how social media has played into his brand and how he continues to accomplish what most people would tell him simply can’t be done.
Special thanks to Lilly and Jeff for this amazing opportunity.
If you haven’t already, you can watch Robert’s award winning short film, To Fight, on 30 Up as well.