An Open Letter to First Time Black Fathers Anywhere

Dear Brothers, I won’t begin to assume what you’re going through, for there’s a spectrum of Blackness and man-ness and person-hood that exist, but I just had to write this as I sit in the delivery room hours before the arrival of our firstborn child. I’m mostly writing to connect, reach out, and encourage. To […]

Shit happens, so never give up: a Q+A w/ Isabel Dresler

You are a multipotentialite, a Photographer, Videographer, Director, Shameless Smut Peddler of Shameless Smut & Unabashed Sexplorer. Have you always been unabashed about your sexploration? How have you been able to be so transparent? I have not! I spent too many years in a vicious cycle of shame, self doubt and guilt. As I slowly […]

Self-talk can be destructive it you let it: a Q+A w/ Adam Molanado

What do we get wrong when we talk about mental health? Mostly everyone misses that it is necessary to deal with the world of today. We all could escape the world outside before the trends of social media and the 24/7 reach of others opinions reaching into your pocket with smartphones. Today people have to […]

Why I Chose Homelessness With a Baby On the Way

They smashed my car window the day after Thanksgiving. When I saw the damage, all I could do was laugh to keep from hitting something. Who does that? Who throws a giant brick through someone’s passenger side window, consequently crushing the printer that was atop the seat, and getting annoyingly small pieces of glass everywhere — the […]

Sex is as natural as breathing: a Q+A w/ Ashley Cobb

What is something we often get wrong when talking about sex and sexuality? That’s the thing we dont talk about it enough. The one thing we get wrong is keeping it a secret, not expressing our wants/desires with our partners. Not talking about it with our friends, without the fear of being judged. Sex is […]