Category: Men, Generally Speaking

Random thoughts about men and their ways.

Feminism and Black Masculinity with @Omarwoodard (Weekly Periscope Chat)

How does the embrace of feminism, by Black people (women especially), intersect with Black masculinity? Special guest Omar Woodard joined me for a frank, lively discussion about the need for Black men to support feminism and for our communities to deconstruct toxic notions of masculinity. We also discuss poverty and domestic violence, as well as […]

Gentlemen’s Corner: Being Polyamorous Transformed Me

Love is real. At a minimum it is something that people readily agree exists. I find love to be something that is transformative like the states of matter. I am polyamorous; meaning I have more than one intimate or romantic partner, and that is as transformative as it gets. The word polyamory means “many loves” […]

Does “Black Male Privilege” Exist? A Checklist

Of course it does, silly! lol I found this piece and thought it was an interesting checklist of indicators that Black Male Privilege exists. Some of the points and examples aren’t sex-positive (Ex: 15. I can purchase pornography that typically shows men defile women by the common practice of the “money shot.” and 26. When I consume […]

FJ on @nwapcast Episode 18– “New Black”, Ebola, #YouOKSis, and More

I was honored to join the brothers at Negroes With A Podcast for this episode. It was a lot of fun and the discussion was great. From their site: This week’s episode features @FeministaJones as a special guest podcaster. This week, @fivefifths discusses issues around Charles Barkley and his statements about Black success, @RealGoesRight connects these statements […]

Don’t Believe The Absentee Hype– A Photo Project

Black men are often vilified as being perpetually absent in their children’s lives. People use statistics about Black children being born out-of-wedlock and/or being raised in homes with only one parent living there (usually the mother) to suggest that Black men are, by default, absent fathers. This is a narrative we need to change because […]

Being Feminist Makes Me a Better Man

June  is Guest Blogger Month here at FeministaJones.Com . I solicited a few bloggers, writers, poets, etc to contribute posts lending their perspectives and experiences on feminism, race, mental health, sexuality, relationships, liberation, sex, and everything this blog is about. I hope you appreciate their contributions as much as I have. If you’re interested in […]

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