Whether it is about a same-sex, interracial or nonconforming relationship, as a rule, I tend not to involve myself in the question of whom other people choose to love, and it’s not because I have a self-righteous sense of egalitarian, progressive thinking. It’s mostly because I have one universal rule for other…
Over the weekend, Donald Glover, aka Childish Gambino, dropped a video for a new song called “This Is America.” You are reading this, which means there’s a better than 90 percent chance that you’ve both seen the video and had a discussion about it already. Probably several.
There she was: a blond woman with big blue eyes, hair cornrowed tight, with her caramel-colored black child sitting in the back seat. The question, on a mutual friend’s Facebook post, asked if voters were happy with their decision to elect Donald Trump president. The white woman responded that she was satisfied with…
“There is a difference between loving white people and loving whiteness.”
Black America, we have our first Bachelorette! She’s gorgeous, highly accomplished, decidedly brown-skinned and likely pissing off a huge swath of Trump voters (woot, woot!). But spoiler alert (among several): If you’re expecting a season full of scenic montages glorifying black love, she’s also likely to disappoint…
On Monday night, Rachel Lindsay was thrown a curveball at the end of The Bachelor and was surprised by the show when the host told her The Bachelorette would begin immediately.
By the time you read this, you’ll have had more than enough time (two whole weekends, b!) to have seen Jordan Peele’s instant classic flick, Get Out. If you haven’t watched it… get your life together. I’m not usually one for horror movies, but I am one for doing things for the culture, and Get Out was personal for me.
Jesus Christ, David Duke is still a thing. And, apparently, he’s not too pleased with Captain America’s dating habits. It seems as though Duke was being a total fan boy of Chris Evans and perusing Google Images when he came across—gasp!—photos of Evans with women in various shades of brown!
In 1967 the landmark Supreme Court case Loving v. Virginia legalized interracial marriage in all states. And nearly 50 years later, Richard and Mildred Loving’s brave story is portrayed in the film Loving, in theaters now.
Lena Dunham has apparently been failing at the art of “shut the f—k up” for a very long time. Unfortunately for her, the tweets never forget.
Lena Dunham has apologized for racially charged statements she made about New York Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr. during an interview with Amy Schumer. In the apology, the Girls star acknowledges the “often violent history of the over-sexualization of black male bodies, as well as false accusations by white women…
A kiss between a black man and white woman reportedly enraged a self-proclaimed white supremacist so much that he stabbed them outside a bar in the state of Washington without any provocation.
Who is Kyrie Irving?
Jamal from Baltimore, MD asks: