Recent remarks by John Mayer about interracial relationships raise the question of why black women are snubbed disproportionately by men of all races in our society.
Your Body is a Wonderland? Is this a love song or the ultimate nightclub diss? "Girl, your body so big, they done turned it into a theme park! Can I get a what-what?!"
For most of us, the "pass" is obviously not anything tangible that one could, you know, keep on hand in case of a heated inter-racial exchange, but for Mayer it actually signified "group" endorsement.
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At what point will we accept that without an intentional, determined commitment to disrupt our own internalized racism and the lingering effects of white supremacy, we will continue to replicate and reinforce the demonization and diminishment of non-whites.
Imagine what sort of things we might have learned about musical genius freakizoids like Prince, Michael Jackson or Little Richard if they had been inclined to expose themselves on something like Twitter or Facebook.
If John Mayer was "so comfortable" to drop the N-bomb during an interview, we can only imagine his private oratory with friends and family.
I can roll with some pretty raw or adventurous humor, but this fratboyesque ahistorical cheap shot shows a profound misunderstanding of of white supremacy.
The Mile High Music Festival is moving to Aug. 14 and 15, which just happens to be the same weekend as the Rocky Mountain Folks Festival in Lyons.
There are human tragedies like the one in Haiti that can make you question your belief in God. Then there are holier than thou fools like Pat Robertson who can remind you that some of us have the Devil inside.
Prolific author Jami Attenberg is well on her way to becoming the Joyce Carol Oates of Brooklyn. I interviewed her about her books, "women's" writing, and the doomed courtship of Jessica Simpson.
We just left the decade of the "Me-on-Web" generation. We are now beginning the "We-on-Web" generation. And it's not about killing your Web 2.0 self but changing it -- less about "you" and more about "us."
This was the year douchebaggery went mainstream. From fading TV stars who latched onto Twitter like a life raft to silicon-enhanced airheads, media le...
Good Evening, New York City is a dream come true for Beatles fans, but what about McCartney and Wings devotees?
This year being the 25th anniversary of the release of the Talking Heads' concert classic Stop Making Sense, I spoke with Talking Heads Jerry Harrison and Chris Frantz on the cult favorite.
Rome wasn't built in a day, and apparently the United States won't be completely rebuilt in a year either. But here's to things at least "Getting Better."