Is hypermasculinity the “new drag” of Black Men?

RuPaul, the glamazonian drag performer who has made an international name and career for himself as “a living Barbie doll” has said that “we...

We lived through the 2018 midterm elections

Creep of the Week: Donald Trump Sadly, that voter suppression is still o-going. In Florida, swamp creature outgoing Gov. Rick Scott is neck and neck...

A black girl’s take on “A Wrinkle in Time”

A Wrinkle in Time received mixed reviews A Wrinkle in Time was a must-see film for me. And, a must-see flick worldly different from dashing out to see...

Christie leaving the Governor’s office is the best thing to happen...

Editor's Letter New Jersey has suffered a long eight years with Chris Christie as Governor. Two months after being re-elected, Christie’s minions showed NJ...

The disconnect between the President and me

Editor's Letter Things got off to a rocky start, people implored me to please give the president a chance. “He might surprise you,” they...

It’s probably worse than we think

Casting Aspersions Watching CNN over morning coffee and shaking my head in disbelief has become a daily ritual. Every day brings fresh examples of...

Our votes are our greatest defense

Editor's Letter Recently, we learned that Anthony Kennedy will be retiring on July 31, which opened the door for the president to nominate his...

Haters are going To hate – Reflections on Charlottesville

Do not for even one moment suppose that what happened in Charlottesville last weekend doesn’t affect us in New Jersey. Our so-called blue state...

If I never was…

Casting Aspersions Those of us in the LGBT community are assumed to be card-carrying liberals and enthusiastic supporters of everyone’s rights to whatever form...

White gay men are not the culprits gentrifying Harlem

Rev Irene MonroeIn New York City, building 1644 on Park Avenue is gone. So, too, is building 1646. On March 12th witnesses and residents of the area all reported hearing an explosion before the buildings leveled leaving plumes of dust where they once stood. Tremors from the fiery blast were felt more than a mile away. The night before the conflagration the smell of gas was detectable.