Chris Brown may lament “those hoes ain’t loyal,” but the truth goes a whole lot deeper.
L. Lamar Wilson writes of men and rape, survivors and aggressors, in this stark poem.
Rape has never been about seduction. It has always been and will always be about power.
Greg Simms on what it’s like to be too old to rock and roll but too young to die.
Aya de Leon examines how children create stories to get themselves through brutal times. And some children never grow up.
Greg Simms says thugs are done in hip-hop. Here’s why.
Greg Simms on Generation X’s defining R&B album.
Andrew Smiler says American expectations about masculinity keep male victims silent about their sexual abuse.
Harris O’Malley explains that for a country that places so much importance on sex, we seem to go out of our way to make ourselves miserable as possible over the subject.
Chris Brown needs a strong role model to make him a better man.
By accepting Chris Brown’s apology and consuming his products, are we saying domestic abuse is forgivable?
In the wake of yet another dangerous pursuit and crash perpetrated by paparazzi, Joanna Schroeder wonders: What are you willing to give up in order to help end this madness?
“Gangnam Style” has made PSY a global household name, but acording to recent English translations of his performances in 2002 and 2004, PSY participated in several high profile anti-American military protests.
“Chris Brown is SUPPOSED to be convincing us beyond any shadow of a doubt that he will never do something like he did to Rihanna ever again.”
This is a comment by Grey Aiken on the post “Chris Brown’s Twitter Deactivated After Tweet War with Comedy Writer”.
Dan Soloman critiqued CultureMap’s victim-shaming of an underaged girl, and lost his job as a result.