The Atlanta actor’s brand of weird is quietly revolutionizing black masculinity.
For years, I'd managed to convince myself that fetishizing whiteness was my form of protest. Now I'm not so sure.
Of any show on television, the OWN series lands nearest to an honest representation of my experience as a gay black man still struggling with what the church asked of me.
I know how complicated the legacy of historically black universities in America is, because my own life has been a reckoning with it.
Get Out and the Purge franchise finally make black men the protagonists of horror films and center their real-life terror of living in suburban America.
Smutty videos helped me name and claim my desires as a black gay man, in a world where only straight people’s sexuality comes with an owner’s manual.
Football was presented to me, and the other black boys I grew up with, as our sole chance at achieving greatness. But I don't believe that anymore.