Magic Wand
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The Magic Wand Is Wicked in the Bed


The name on the box, Magic Wand, intrigues me. Seeing the packaging makes me as giddy as a kid waking up on a snowy Xmas morning. I’m wet with anticipation as I open my gift from maxiwand.com to see the wand emerge.

Magic Wand
/ SEX

The Magic Wand Is Wicked in the Bed


The name on the box, Magic Wand, intrigues me. Seeing the packaging makes me as giddy as a kid waking up on a snowy Xmas morning. I’m wet with anticipation as I open my gift from maxiwand.com to see the wand emerge.

Chris Grand Marshal

First Bi-Identified NYC Pride Grand Marshal Speaks: ‘Stonewall’ See It, But Don’t Believe It


As an artist and educator who considers himself to be a fairly critical thinker, I witnessed the online vitriol about the soon to be released 2015 film ‘Stonewall.’ And I thought that, in good conscience, I could not allow myself

Chris Grand Marshal

First Bi-Identified NYC Pride Grand Marshal Speaks: ‘Stonewall’ See It, But Don’t Believe It


As an artist and educator who considers himself to be a fairly critical thinker, I witnessed the online vitriol about the soon to be released 2015 film ‘Stonewall.’ And I thought that, in good conscience, I could not allow myself

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The Importance of Being Earnest: Why Truth Matters


I am proud of my intersecting identities as a bisexual transgender woman of color. I recognize that I live at the margins of mainstream society, even within loosely formed LGBT communities. My Facebook wallpaper features a photo of myself with

marshaPjohnson_RONALDMATTERS

The Importance of Being Earnest: Why Truth Matters


I am proud of my intersecting identities as a bisexual transgender woman of color. I recognize that I live at the margins of mainstream society, even within loosely formed LGBT communities. My Facebook wallpaper features a photo of myself with

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CASTING CALL: NYC Actors, Performance Artists and Spoken Word Artists


Casting call for a reading of a new play about Blackness, bisexuality and relationships set in Brooklyn NY in the late 1990s. Cast of Characters Kevin Seeley: 23, African-American man, writer and part-time public school teacher, ran track at NYU

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CASTING CALL: NYC Actors, Performance Artists and Spoken Word Artists


Casting call for a reading of a new play about Blackness, bisexuality and relationships set in Brooklyn NY in the late 1990s. Cast of Characters Kevin Seeley: 23, African-American man, writer and part-time public school teacher, ran track at NYU

Black Lives Matter LGBT

Christianity Is Un-African, Homosexuality Isn’t


Originally posted on Nyamewaa's view:
The Christian Council of Ghana has declared homosexuality un-African. A statement issued by the Council said “same sex marriage was unbiblical, unchristian and un-African.” This was reportedly part of a sermon preached by the…

Black Lives Matter LGBT

Christianity Is Un-African, Homosexuality Isn’t


Originally posted on Nyamewaa's view:
The Christian Council of Ghana has declared homosexuality un-African. A statement issued by the Council said “same sex marriage was unbiblical, unchristian and un-African.” This was reportedly part of a sermon preached by the…

ca. 1994 --- Nina Simone in Pink Dress and Gold Turban --- Image by © Carol Friedman/Corbis

How it Feels to Not Be Free


Originally posted on mettamss:
There is something happening, post-release of the assault on Sandra Bland, something profound and disturbing and a great reminder that as much as we chanted “I am Sean Bell” or “I am Trayvon Martin” or “I…

ca. 1994 --- Nina Simone in Pink Dress and Gold Turban --- Image by © Carol Friedman/Corbis

How it Feels to Not Be Free


Originally posted on mettamss:
There is something happening, post-release of the assault on Sandra Bland, something profound and disturbing and a great reminder that as much as we chanted “I am Sean Bell” or “I am Trayvon Martin” or “I…

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LLF Emerging Voices 2015 Retreat – A Playwright’s Return


By Dr. Herukhuti Two years ago, I was blessed to meet Cherrie Moraga at the Lambda Literary Awards. She’s the co-editor of the phenomenal text This Bridge Called My Back: Writings of Radical Women of Color. For years, I have told

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LLF Emerging Voices 2015 Retreat – A Playwright’s Return


By Dr. Herukhuti Two years ago, I was blessed to meet Cherrie Moraga at the Lambda Literary Awards. She’s the co-editor of the phenomenal text This Bridge Called My Back: Writings of Radical Women of Color. For years, I have told