The thing about the DaBaby is he said something ignorant. Look it up. DaBaby thought he was being funny/macho/who knows (who cares), when he said what he said on stage at Rolling Loud Miami on July 25, and he wasn’t. And so Madonna took DaBaby to school for it, so what more can I say […]
I’m a survivor. I did make it. I got it together. If I can do it, right…? Promise to try, everybody.
Top of the morning to ya, folks…world. Here in San Francisco, we are off to our first virtual AIDS Walk: Live at Home at 10:00, with Team Levi’s. What can I tell ya, I’m a Levi’s bitch – but I am not COVID-19’s. #SanFrancisco! Our AIDS Walk has teamed up with AIDS Walk New York on […]
On this World AIDS Day, let’s remember the many lives lost to this pandemic, for sure, and let’s celebrate and encourage survivors as we all recommit ourselves to educate the next generations, and let’s def continue to demand more enlightened and equitable support for HIV/AIDS patients around the planet. Fuck yeah, let us do all o’ […]
Once upon a time in 2010, during a FAM trip for writers to Fort Lauderdale, I met my friend, the Maplewood, N.J.,-based playwright Tim Pinckney. Last winter, Tim came to San Francisco to debut his play Still at Risk at the New Conservatory Theatre Center. A bit of a period piece set post-AIDS crisis, Still […]