let us hold hands as we walk through the fire
Sasha Fletcher is the author of the novella when all our days are numbered marching bands will fill the streets and we will not hear them because we are upstairs in the clouds [mud luscious, 2010], and two chapbooks of poetry. He lives in Brooklyn, NY.
One man in a group of women, not by design but because it’s the women who “show up.” Why?
This Independence Day, what does freedom mean to you?
A simple solution to various social problems initiated and exacerbated by divisive human behavior is adhering to Luke 6:13.
And once she knows, will she run? Will she go cold? Will it be weird?
Dr. Vibe asks a group of Black men about the lack of Blacks in executive positions in the National Basketball Association
If sugar is bad and artificial sweeteners are worse, then what are my options?
How can we shame women for getting abortions when men aren’t participating in preventing unwanted pregnancies?
How do we support our partner when feeling unsupported? Kyle Benson has some answers for this tricky situation.
Are you a match made in heaven?
If something (or someone) doesn’t smell right there’s a good reason –one that is ignored at your own peril…
Sean Swaby got the Max 360 Unidirectional Radar Detector and immediately felt like a super-spy. You know, the good kind.
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