T.I., ‘Gender Night,’ and Unlearning Misogyny.

I know I have my own hypocrisy to deal with, from my previous romantic entanglements to my music choices. But at the least, I got a headstart on confronting that hypocrisy. It started in earnest when I was 17, the summer before my senior year of high school, at a leadership camp just outside of Houston. [...]

Random Midday Hotness: Sasheer Meets Her Flasher.

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Sasheer Zamata, a comedian based here in NYC, starts to empathize with a random creeper who flashed his junk at her as she walked down the street one evening.

(Oh, and hi. We’re back!)


I wrote a post for Ta-Nehisi earlier this week that got a lot of discussion and was even picked up by Andrew Sullivan. I’m excited about it not just because my name was all over the innanets for a day, but because it drew attention to something that people don’t talk about widely enough: [...]