In the Moonlight, Ocky Williams is still Light Skin

By OckyDub | Posted Feb 9 2017 | 3 Comments  

still light skin

After a brief drought, I’m back with some follow up reflections on the film Moonlight.

In the podcast I touch on:

  • My connection with the film as it relates to my coming of age as a non-heterosexual Black kid.
  • How self-identified Black Queer men label this film as a “Black Queer Coming of Age film”, while not acknowledging that none of the male characters in the film would self-identify as ‘Queer’.
  • The displays of drama and victimization in films and television series.

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OckyDub

Octavius is a founder and editor of Cypher Avenue. He's here to help speak for us and show the world that masculine gay / bisexual men of color are not a part of the stereotypical gay normal that is seen and fed to the masses. No...we are a distinct breed, filled with character and pride. Cypher Avenue is here to show the world how we are different.

   
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