MOON-“LIT”: OSCAR GLORY FOR THE LITTLE MOVIE THAT COULD

As a follow-up to my previous post on "Moonlight," congratulations to all involved in the creation of this film for the ages. Although Barry Jenkins lost the Best Director statue, he was awarded Best Adapted Screenplay along with Tarell Alvin McCraney, and the magnificent Mahershala Ali walked away with the Best Supporting Actor honors. I … Continue reading MOON-“LIT”: OSCAR GLORY FOR THE LITTLE MOVIE THAT COULD

THE GOOD MEN PROJECT: MAKING GUYS GREATER

The Good Men Project is, in their own words, a diverse community of 21st century thought leaders who are actively participating in a conversation about the way men’s roles are changing in modern life—and the way those changes affect everyone. We explore the world of men and manhood in a way that no media company ever has, … Continue reading THE GOOD MEN PROJECT: MAKING GUYS GREATER

TOXIC MASCULINITY EXPOSED: THE ENDURING LEGACY OF “MOONLIGHT”

Eleven years ago, the film Brokeback Mountain rocked my world. It was difficult to imagine a work of art that would have a more profound effect on my ongoing coming out process (what I prefer to call a journey of "living your truth") until last December, when Moonlight arrived from a magical someplace and left me in … Continue reading TOXIC MASCULINITY EXPOSED: THE ENDURING LEGACY OF “MOONLIGHT”