Thursday, November 28, 2013
Wednesday, November 27, 2013
Monday, November 25, 2013
Breeze, Cecil, Malcolm, Trebor and Gerald start the hangout with introductions and then talk about Scandal. Does the overwhelming amount of social media hype actually turn people off from the show? Join the discussion on our Entertainment Facebook Group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/malemediamindentertainment/
Thursday, November 21, 2013
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Breeze, Trebor, James, Cecil, Lynx, Vaughne, Gerald, and Malcolm talk to Tony Banks about his birthplace and and early childhood experiences. Tony tells us what he did before he got into porn. He also talks about some of the difficulties in casting black bears in his films and how his career affects his relationships with friends and family. For more the latest updates subscribe to our YouTube Channel
Monday, November 18, 2013
By Cloe Madanes
Most of us claim we want to be happy—to have meaningful lives, enjoy ourselves, experience fulfillment, and share love and friendship with other people and maybe other species, like dogs, cats, birds, and whatnot. Strangely enough, however, some people act as if they just want to be miserable, and they succeed remarkably at inviting misery into their lives, even though they get little apparent benefit from it, since being miserable doesn’t help them find lovers and friends, get better jobs, make more money, or go on more interesting vacations. Why do they do this? After perusing the output of some of the finest brains in the therapy profession, I’ve come to the conclusion that misery is an art form, and the satisfaction people seem to find in it reflects the creative effort required to cultivate it. In other words, when your living conditions are stable, peaceful, and prosperous—no civil wars raging in your streets, no mass hunger, no epidemic disease, no vexation from poverty—making yourself miserable is a craft all its own, requiring imagination, vision, and ingenuity. It can even give life a distinctive meaning.
Friday, November 15, 2013
Male Media Mind had the distinct honor and privilege to interview porn actor/producer and musician Tony Banks. A preliminary conversation leading up to our follow-up interview on Tuesday, November 19, 2013, we discuss religion within the Black LGBT community, ethnic baby names, Bears v. Big Bois and male body accepting including a unified support of all of our big boned brothas out there!
Thursday, November 14, 2013
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The Internet, global culture, and the unique hallmarks of the twenty-first century have opened a new chapter on the ways men love
By David Vollin
We may never know why men cheat on their lover’s, it is enough to know that they have done so since the beginning of all reckoning which leads to the sober conclusion that there will be no eminent end to this long standing tradition. It may be more helpful to understand why they are infamously successful in any event. So allow me to begin this discourse by asking you, the reader, to answer one simple question: “What is the one thing all cheaters have in common?” Take 30 seconds to think before answering and those who wish to pour a cocktail before responding get extra time as follows:
Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Kevin McFarland reviews the latest episode of AMC's lumbering, flesh-chomping, zombie-infested near future. More episode recaps are in Boing Boing's "The Walking Dead" archives.
It takes an episode like “Internment” to make me realize again that The Walking Deadhas many different narrative approaches at its disposal. Oftentimes I get caught up in the cast of characters so much that I want the show to cut between every plotline as it progresses in equal measure, but that’s not as valuable of a tool. This is a cross-cutting technique that I remember best from watching Lost, when plots would drift in and out of significance, or the show would leave on a cliffhanger and cut away to something else in a different location occurring in parallel to other events for an episode, such as catching up with another group of survivors.
We're back after a short break talking about the Kevin Terry saga. The gospel singer's sex tape makes it's way around the internet it seems all of us have an opinion about it. Would this tape be the end of a career if it were not a christian audience who listened to his music? Was it a good blow job, or was he just doing too much? Would you have preferred a TD Jakes sex tape?
Monday, November 11, 2013
Wednesday, November 6, 2013
Cecil and Malcolm talk about "The Walking Dead" Season 4 episode 4 "Indifference" From the last episode we know Carol was the one who killed Karen and David, but why was she so damn cold about it? At the end of the episode Rick asked her to leave, but it was hard to believe that this character we've come to love has gone so far off the deep end that rick had to ask her to go.
By Terri Schwartz
The reveal in "The Walking Dead"Season 4 episode "Indifference" that Carol was the one who killed Karen and David didn't come as much of a surprise, but it was hard to believe that this character fans have come to love had strayed so far from a normal human outlook on life. A constant theme in Season 4 is the way that the zombie apocalypse has forced the characters on "The Walking Dead" to change, and for Carol it turned her into a hard person who is willing to sacrifice anything to keep those around her safe.
Monday, November 4, 2013
THE STORY TOLD AS HOLLYWOOD COULD NEVER TELL
by David Vollin
by David Vollin
The closing of the film, “12 YEARS A SLAVE”, was not unlike both the tacit closing of a casket and the emotionally noisome deliverance of a newborn child in the same broad and timeless instant. The dread and beauty each so substantially and absolutely real, administered a final yet potentially unstable neutralizing effect upon the psyche of each and every person emerging from the last black and white flickers of text as the house lights mustered themselves to amber hues and then sought to revivify our confidence in those random objects which define the tangible world we have come to know as our own. Watching the film I felt as if I had been washed by and immersed in a rare and sacred ablution, as if I had ingested its clairvoyant potion enabling me to spectate whilst the fell and glorious history of a man named Solomon Northup and his troubled times re-lived their most intimate moments before me; and so by this voluminous liquid river of a film I was thus enchanted…
Sunday, November 3, 2013
The Male Media Mind encourages you to participate in this years’ National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) , a month of literary abandon with the largest writing community in the world! One month. One book. An adventure you'll never forget. Participants begin writing on November 1. The goal is to write a 50,000-word novel by 11:59 on November 30. You won’t believe the things you can accomplish with a deadline, some friends to cheer you on, and occasionally excessive quantities of caffeine. Sign up TODAY! http://nanowrimo.org/