Whether the Warriors were healthy or not, they’ve been super lax on defensive rotations all year long. You can’t just flip that switch when the lights are brightest. Let’s also not forget that Kawhi has been limping about half the time throughout the playoffs. His leg isn’t quite right yet either.
The real sick-making thought is that she could find a home in the Trump administration.
Good. Now can we find an open lift shaft to push her into?
Thank you Jay.
OMG. You just sparked an epiphany Jay.
I appreciate this article. Just like some people clamor for the optics of seeing black men in business suits instead of prison jumpsuits or black children with black fathers, we also need to see black men that aren’t scared of being around other black men who are attracted to men.
A lot of the reasons that black people…
Also, if being around a lot of gay people and glitter “makes” you gay, you weren’t straight in the first place......
I agree 100% and this has inspired me to be a much better person. Very well written. I’ve never been homophobic however I am guilty to being indifferent at times in the past. However i want to rectify that and hopefully this inspires others as well
Who be putting sugar on they grits?!
SUGAR on grits??? Say it ain’t so!
I recall being both appalled and aghast upon waking up the next morning to this horrifying news and wishing there was something—anything—I could do to alleviate the anguish and fear that threatened to unravel so many of my friends.
God Bless You, Jay. This is like a beginner’s guide to allyship. So good.
If the gay agenda means spreading the news of washing your balls and butt then I’m all for it...because some men have some questionable hygiene.
Excellent article - even though the acceptance is broader today I found gay clubs and events as welcoming in early 90's Chicago. Joked with my friends that I liked dancing at gay clubs better than ‘straight’ clubs because there wasn’t this guy/girl checkout thing going on. He laughed and said that I was just too…
this will be your most difficult assignment.
Thank you for writing this. It is one of my favorite pieces written by someone who isn’t deep into queer culture.
The most shocking thing in this article is that there are people who put sugar on grits. Is this really true?
Is it a thing that cishet people are not welcome at Pride events? Me and/or my wife have been to Pride events in Columbus, OH; Atlanta, GA; Washington, DC; and home in Knoxville, TN. They are wonderful events that put love on showcase and provide a wonderful space for people to be who they really are. Those things…