CA Podcast #63 – The “Light Skin vs Dark Skin” Episode
In this podcast, Ocky Williams and Nick Delmacy discuss if Chiron in Moonlight was effeminate, would the film be as beloved by gay men (7:50), if Light Skin vs. Dark Skin colorism exists in the Black Gay Community (16:00), the notion of traveling just to hook-up with unknown or exotic, foreign men (37:10) and their experiences of “going limp” during sex (49:40).
Dopeness #5: Ronald Matters Reveals What Matters To Him
In this episode, host Nick Delmacy updates The Dope List, then he speaks with Ronald Matters, the creator and editor of the self-titled website, RonaldMatters.com. They discuss creating their brands, the struggles of blogging daily and getting threatened by the cast of Real Housewives of Atlanta.
Can We Talk About Hetero Supremacy?
I struggled on how to approach this subject because at times when I attempt to discuss certain subject matters, it can come across as attacking. By the title you know the subject matter and I think it should perhaps obviously be acknowledged that there are…
Dopeness #3: Lamont Pierre Claps-Back At The Negativity and Announces The End of “Freefall”
In this episode, Filmmaker Lamont Pierre joins Nick to not only discuss his decision to end his long-running hit web series, “Freefall” after four years, but to also stop producing LGBT content altogether.
19 Men Go Shirtless And Share Their Body Image Struggles
In an effort to demonstrate that men of all ages and sizes struggle with body image, HuffPost photographed 19 men, from those in their 20s to their 60s, without their shirts and spoke candidly with them about their body hang-ups.
Dopeness #2: “Get Out” and Other “Scary White People” in Race Based Films
In this episode, Cypher Avenue Co-Creator Octavius Williams joins Nick to discuss the origins of his Social Justice focus on the site, then they dive into a SPOILER FREE review of “Get Out
Dopeness #1: Moonlight, Signal23TV’s porn, Gay Actors, #OscarsSoGay
Brehs, we present to you a new podcast called DOPENESS where every week Nick Delmacy is joined by a guest and they discuss dope movies, dope music, dope web series and all things dope in pop culture (except celebrity gossip).
I’m Actually Ashamed That I Bought Lord Jamar’s First Solo Album The Day It Came Out
Yes. I actually bought Lord Jamar’s first solo album when it was released on June 27th, 2006. And now, over ten years later, I deeply regret it. I was (and still am) a child of the 90s. But not the “Whitney Houston, Monica, Brandy, Aaliyah,…
Taylor Bennett, Chance The Rapper’s Brother, Comes Out As Bisexual
In yet another sign of the changing times of LGBT openness and acceptance for Millennials, rapper Taylor Bennett (younger brother to Chance the Rapper) came out as Bisexual via Twitter on his 21st birthday.
CA Podcast #59 – The “Good Riddance, 2016” Episode
In this podcast, Cypher Avenue co-founder Nick Delmacy says goodbye to 2016 and makes a few announcements about the 2017 future of the podcast. Then, we listen to some of the best moments from the Cypher Avenue Podcast in 2016.
Inside the Mind of Octavius Williams: Part 2
Thanks everyone for checking out part one of Inside the Mind of Octavius Williams podcast. I chuckled when I remembered I called part one a “vlog” (really). I know kats was like “how you gonna have a vlog with no video?” I know part two…
Inside the Mind of Octavius Williams: Part 1
This is something a little bit different for me and for the Cypher Avenue audience. It’s my first steps into my new vlogging venture where I hope to present more nuanced, “middle of the road” thoughts and conversations that I feel is drastically missing –…
CA Podcast #58 – The “Moonlight” Episode
In this podcast, Cypher Avenue co-founders Octavius Williams and Nick Delmacy give a SPOILER-FREE review of the new critically acclaimed LGBT film, “Moonlight.”
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