Nearly three decades after the epidemic's arrival, AIDS remains if exactly not off-limits -- then certainly off the radar screens of many prominent LGBT leaders. This needs to end.
Many in the myopic LGBT mainstream have called for a boycott of the Democratic party and Obama administration -- a financial "time out" as they regroup their forces. This is misguided
Gracing the cover of January's Golf Digest will be none other than Pres. Barack Obama, joined by disgraced golfer Tiger Woods and the oy-vey-inducing tag-line "10 Tips Obama Can Take from Tiger."
Since the defeat of Proposition 8 last year, the Marriage Equality movement has been in a problematic pas de deux with Black America. Everyone loses in the battle for "most-oppressed" status.
As the Obama presidency and economic downturn confirm, we're living in a period of both unprecedented possibility and vast economic inequality for African Americans.
From the Big House to the White House, Pebble Beach to Pennsylvania Avenue, articles such as Frank Rich's confirm the nefarious notion that successful minorities should still feel "lucky just to be there".
A Single Man isn't a film that demands you take to the streets -- or to the ranch. Instead, with its focus on love and loss, the film draws you inward to a place of contemplation rather than confrontation.