we can spend a lifetime searching for the love of our lives.
dating ain’t easy ya’ll.
it requires a shit ton of energy tbh.
in this life,
we meet some males and think:
I WON’T HAVE A HOUSE FULL OF CATS AND MEMORIES.“
…and a majority of the time,
it turns out to be “the one who was sent from satan“.
i haven’t given up on finding someone,
but i’m taking a sabbatical.
if someone comes along,
but i’m done searching.
the following story broke my heart today.
life can have a weird sense of humor.
it was about a gay male by the name of pierre,
who moved from paris to atlanta.
he met the love of his life and well…
relationships are not easy.
i’ve started to learn and realize that.
it’s not all sex and social media selfies.
it is learning how to adapt and grow with another person,
even when they get on your last nerves.
their shit stinks,
they might be selfish,
or you have to teach them how to be in a relationship.
the two wolves in a relationship,
seem to be making it work.
well they debuted something new and i must say…
can i font that even tho h.p. lovecraft was an alleged racist,
i’m happily fed that black folks are commanding his work.
we LOVE to see it.
i knew when jordan peele got involved with “lovecraft country” on hbo…
this is for us.
You ever been in a situation where after all the flirting,
and the light touches on your bawdy,
you FINALLY got the dick from “that dude you was feeling heavy”?
it’s like damn what took you so long to cum and align my chakras?
the vibes between you both was so right,
the sex was out of this world.
i’m patiently waiting on my wolf to come drop that dick off in me,
but this ain’t about me,
this is about “p-valley” on starz.
foxhole i’m obsessed.
The Pynk is a popular strip club in Mississippi, where intrigue abounds when the mysterious Autumn is welcomed by Mercedes, the dancer, and Uncle Clifford, the club’s discreet owner.
in last night’s episode called “the trap” (with spoilers)…
Continue reading “stripping, male back breakin’, and songs made for you (meet me over at p-valley)”
all of the 90s black tv show classics are gonna be back in stock (on this decade’s blockbuster video)
“90s and up” kids understand the joy that was blockbuster video.
friday nights at blockbuster was poppin’.
that’s when you go to rent the newest release that was in the theater.
i use to beg my parents to pick up “such and such” a movie/game.
for those who remember,
there was like 50-11 copies of the new movie and all of them would be gone.
those were some of the best moments of my childhood.
blockbuster is no more (well except one place in the us)…
…but it’s all about streaming movies and tv shows.
no more getting vex by something we want to see not being in stock.
it’s all there at our fingertips,
whether illegally or not.
i woke up from a nap today to see all of my 90s fav black tv shows are coming back…
i’m always so grateful to those who show the foxhole love.
it means a lot and i radiate with all the positive energy.
i got a shout out today on a website called “men who brunch“,
which is wild because i was randomly thinking about brunch and mimosas today.
About Men Who Brunch
Living in a heteronormative society is not easy for a black gay man. Gay men of color constantly face daily struggles and challenges such as dealing with homophobia, forming long lasting intimate relationships, and having limited inclusive spaces to freely express themselves. And so, I created this platform as a means to highlight these issues and to bridge healthy relationships between black gay men.
My vision is to create an international network for black gay men that will allow for meaningful social connections.
well on their blog section of their website,
they wrote an entry called:
and this is what they had to say about the foxhole…