I wouldn’t change a thing.
Being a “lover” extends far beyond your relationship with a sexual partner.
A CEO must ensure that all employees—including the custodian, temp, and administrative assistant—feel safe to do their job without the fear of assault and reprisal for refusing an over-amorous and misplaced suitor.
Reflecting on the changes he made last year, Franklin Madison shares the importance of self-reflection and progress as a process.
Your personal identity should encompass the whole you. Franklin Madison weighs in on societal pressures men face surrounding their career.
Not quite estranged, Franklin Madison pens and open letter to his only son, with whom he’d prefer a closer relationship.
It’s like feeding bloody meat to a shark.
What if colonialism, slavery, and black hatred didn’t exist?
Trust is a key driver in the creation of relationships whether they are friend based or romantically inclined.
Why do we chastise men for comforting other men?
A gentleman shares tips on how to earn her enthusiastic consent and how to know when to get comfortable in the friend zone.
To grieve and mourn is part of the human experience, teaching us the beauty of life that everything goes back to Source.
It’s not all about the hips and lips.
The life journey is moments of teaching, and each circumstance—good or bad—molds us.
You defiled women. You defiled your race.
It’s what everyone wants, hetero or gay, you want to be accepted for who you are and to not be judged.