The tiny cargo ship made for one drifted through space. For 5 years, it floated through the stars and through dust. "As we say goodbye to our beloved friend and mentor, may they have their wish granted of being one with the stars." The funeral was at the launch pad, the sun shining through heavy … Continue reading The Funeral
Devonte, Markis, Jeremiah, Abigail, Hanna, and Sierra are 6 Black children. 3 are missing and 3 are dead. They were abused and murdered by their white adoptive parents. However, let it be known that adult black male who was gunned down by the police was trash in 2018. Let's remind every oppressed person under men, … Continue reading You Are No Different and You Are Failing Because Of It
Let colonizers tell it; we humans are all equal, we are at peace, we are a post-racial society. Let me tell it, however, and them same folk will come running to me like: It's 5PM on a Friday and we're just trying to go home, right? Well, traffic is backed up until forever, but it's cool, … Continue reading Black Love: How I Kept Up While Doing It Alone (AKA: The Traffic Jam of Life)
I am very grateful to be living in a time where my existence is being talked about in media, even if it's not considered mainstream media. I hope more queer black people are able to get their narratives and truths into video games, movies, and books into mainstream media. Even though this timeline is full of uncertainty for my queer siblings because of the rampant queerphobia from other Black people and racism and anti-blackness from non-Black people, I hope the mediums that we consume for entertainment are full our voices and our truths.