It’s fall. Keep at it: WTP.
When did “millennial” become such a bad word, anyway? I mean, who paid who off to be able to marginalize millennials the way we have been in the United States of America and all over Earth – the condescension really is global – the last two decades, a.k.a. the first 20 years of this new […]
Welcome me home again. I moved to San Francisco five years ago this weekend. Ever the immigrant, in from Peru by way of 13 years in Miami. And, to quote myself quoting DB Boulevard, this is where I have been considering things from another point of view, indeed. My own. You’re welcome.
The thing about Nancy Pelosi is I imagine she spent the summer in a trance, listening to Madonna’s “Dark Ballet” over and over, the storm inside of her, the wind beginning to howl out of Sea Cliff, people. Out of Sea Cliff. I mean, you know, right? “They are so naive / They think we are not […]
Earlier tonight, during the opening of its 10-minute digest option for the evening, I heard Reuters refer to the health alert and controversy surrounding vaping as a “crisis.” WTF? Gun violence and mass murders by gun-toting lone wolves, that is the crisis. If only. If only we could get a grip and call a spade […]
Who you are is more important than all the whats that you can be. I think that, if we tried to look at the world keeping that top of mind right now, then, perhaps, we might do better.
Today was A Day Without Immigrants in San Francisco. Now, I am not 100 percent sure that it was, indeed, a day without immigrants ’round these parts because most immigrants have to work in this expensive city and all around the Bay Area. At the very least, I am certain that it was a day […]
Madame X is coming soon. Madonna is due to kick off her 11th concert tour, an all-theatre trek, next week, on Sept. 17 in New York City, before hitting Chicago, Las Vegas, Los Angeles (LA❌!), Boston, Philadelphia, Miami Beach, pausing for the holidays, then resuming in the new year in Lisbon, before taking residency in […]
What I like about [Julián Castro] is that he is offering all of us a voice and a perspective, a cultural point of view, that has been missing in the conversation and in representation, at this level and down the line. I find him to be unapologetically himself, and that means some of us in […]
Six Seven more of our transgender family and friends have been murdered in this country since I asserted my Pride a few weeks ago in June, when I first wrote about Dana Martin, 31; Jazzaline Ware, age N/A; Ashanti Carmon, 27; Claire Legato, 21; Muhlaysia Booker, 23; Michelle “Tamika” Washington, 40; Paris Cameron, 20; Chynal […]