“The Gay Agenda” Worked: How The Media Convinced Me That Interracial is the Way To Go
The Gay Agenda is everywhere. It is all around us. Even now on this very website. You can see it when you look out your window. Or when you turn on your television. You can feel it when you go to work. When you go to church. When you pay your taxes.
The Internet Seems to Really Care About Who People (and Desus Nice) Are Fucking
After watching a new episode of Desus and Mero, I hopped on the Google machine and searched Desus’ name. This is one of the first pages I came across.
Netflix’s Black Mirror Season 5 Trailers
The new season of Netflix’s Black Mirror is shorter than a smurf with only three episodes…yep three. Nonetheless I’m sure it will be an emotional and jolting ride which is to be expected from the sci-fi anthology series. This new season features Anthony Mackie, Miley…
Lafayette’s Greatest Hits
Many years ago Cypher Avenue highlighted 13 of the Best Black non-heterosexual characters in film and television. Many reader’s favorite characters were not listed which caused some criticism. We explained that since the site is primarily here to celebrate masculine leaning non-heterosexual men of color,…
Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, Racial Ambiguity and Transcendence
The non-controversy / controversy concerning The Rock’s racial identity played out in interesting fashion via Twitter and Instagram. It started with The Rock’s old job and his claim to fame WWE. Regardless what my brother and I thought when we were young, wrestling is scripted…
Netflix’s Love Death & Robots
I don’t think animation gets the respect it deserves. Case in point; many social media feeds and websites that cater to people of color highlighted all the Black people that were nominated and won Oscars in their respected categories but didn’t even mention Spider-Man Into…
That Time Shannon Sharpe Shut Jenny Taft Down On Her Double Standards
Last year video was released of Kansas City Chief’s Kareem Hunt assaulting a white woman. While under the influence Hunt can be seen in the footage (below) getting into a verbal altercation with the women (whom nobody knew) while she was outside of his and…
Collector’s Edition of Neil Gaiman’s Anansi Boys
Some of you may be familiar with the African Spider god Anansi brought into mainstream media by the Starz television series American Gods. American Gods is a novel by Neil Gaiman which mixes mythology and fantasy revolving around ex-convict Shadow. In the television series we…
Tarell Alvin McCraney’s ‘David Makes Man’
Premiering on the OWN network; David Makes Man centers on a very intelligent 14yr old from the projects who is grappling with the death of his closest friend. He has to make a decision to embrace the streets or his education, which could provide a…
Kevin Hart Discovered To Be Homophobic Five Years After We Tried To Tell You (Receipts Attached)
If in an alternate universe, Kevin Hart were “Paul Blart: Mall Cop” comedian Kevin James and people found dozens of racists tweets from 2009-2013, I highly doubt Black people would be as defensive for someone “evolving” so slowly and viciously.
WATCH: Premiere Episode of James Peoples’ “F’N YOUR LIFE UP!”
Check out writer James Peoples’ clever new mystery comedy web series, “F’N YOUR LIFE UP!” produced and distributed by Dennis Dortch his team over at Black & Sexy TV.
Atlanta – Season 2 Coming March 1st 2018
One of my favorite shows from the last couple of years is set to drop its second season on FX titled ‘Robbin’ Season’. The award winning Atlanta will return on March 1st 2018 and the show recently released a hypnotic trailer featuring music from trio…
I’m Down to my Last Black Nerds Sci-Fi group on Facebook
My crossing into the sci-fi event horizon was in the early 80’s with influences by Flash Gordon, Alien, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Heavy Metal magazine, Conan the Barbarian, X-Men comics and Millipede the video game. I feel like I must include kung fu theater in…
“BET Her” Launches in October, Let’s Pitch Hypothetical Shows for a “BET Him” Network
As this website demonstrates daily, Black men have varied interests and television watching habits. To prove this viewpoint, I though it would be fun to pitch our own show ideas for the hypothetical “BET Him” network.
In Defense of Tariq
I’ve been a big fan of the hit show POWER since its first season. It has a good story with plenty of over the top twist and turns, chub inducing sex scenes, action, violence, in addition to eye candy. Like other fans of the show,…
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