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- Yolo Akili: The Mary Interview
(photo by Louisa McCullough) Interview by William Johnson New York City based poet, author, and performance artist, Yolo Akili’s YouTube clip “Are We The Kind of Boys We Want?” has been stirring up quite a bit of a buzz. In over a week the clip has amassed over 2,000 views. The short clip is [...]
- History for the Children: Huey P. Newton
A Speech given by Huey Newton, founder of the Black Panthers, August 15, 1970: During the past few years strong movements have developed among women and among homosexuals seeking their liberation. There has been some uncertainty about how to relate to these movements. Whatever your personal opinions and your insecurities about homosexuality and the various [...]
- Larry Kramer: The Mary Interview
By Curt Weber Where does one begin with the man who was at the forefront of the fight to control and diminish one of the greatest contemporary health catastrophes this country, and the world, has seen–a disease infecting over 65 million people, 25 million of whom have died? Larry Kramer’s career moved from the movie [...]
- The Cure: Books that will make you straight.
That little boy grew up, and now he is carrying Reker’s luggage. I need it! I am tired of listening to Beyonce and fighting about Nicki Minaj. The silhouette that dare not speak its name. A battle that I lose every single day. (via acid cow) Share this:
- Perfect Lovers
Felix Gonzalez-Torres. (American, born Cuba. 1957-1996). Untitled (Perfect Lovers). 1991. Clocks, paint on wall. overall 14 x 28 x 2 3/4″ (35.6 x 71.2 x 7 cm). Two clocks side by side are much more threatening to the powers that be than an image of two guys sucking each other’s dicks, because they cannot use [...]
- David Groff: The Mary Interview
I love when an interview turns into a master class. My interview with queer poet/writer/editor David Groff was both extraordinarily engaging and edifying. A trail blazer for queer writing and more recently a torch bearer for aspects of queer writing that are too vital and magnificent to be lost; David has provided an impassioned and [...]
- Lady Bunny interviews writer/playwright and gay activist Larry Kramer
Lady Bunny interviews writer/playwright and gay activist Larry Kramer