Donovan and Harry discuss their feelings on the death, life and meaning of Chadwick Boseman.
And now for something completely different…Donovan plucks from his family tree and brings on Jon Thicklin to talk all things relevant in the lives and interests of black men today. That involves police brutality, Kanye West and who should and shouldn’t play Storm!
Donovan and Harrison are back to discuss the changing of the world, with dim visions on what the future they want may look like. Black Lives Matter.
Black Visions Collective “As an organization dedicated to Black liberation and to collective liberation, we need a radical and ongoing investment in our own healing. By claiming love for our own bodies, our own psyches, our own experiences, and by building the resources we need to integrate healing justice into all that we do, we … More Orgs for Racial Justice
Responding to a Video Essay by Al Jazeera, the guys welcome back Raphael Soohoo and bring in Jon M. Wilson to talk about the legacy, agony and ecstasy of the Superman mythos. Is Superman relevant, and is that a question that must be answered? How do the modern films contextualize the question?And what does all … More What Relevance Does Superman Have Today? (Guest Starring Raph Soohoo and Jon Wilson!)
The guys are back to report in on the state of the world, discussing how innumerable aspects of modern life has irrevocably changed in the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic.
Donovan and Harrison throw themselves headfirst back into the topic of online sexuality, reassessing the front lines of future sex, interracial dating, personal sexuality and everything embarrassing in between!
In the wake of Kobe Bryant’s death, a resurgence of discussion concerning his accusations of sex abuse has re-entered conversation. What should be the protocol on deliberating misdeeds from the past when a person dies?
The new decade begins with the guys having a final say on the past – for a time. What does nostalgia do to us, for us, and cause us to be?