Tuesday, September 29, 2015

M3 Bear Essentials: Dating App Issues



Can you really get to know someone on a hookup app? Have the dating apps lowered our standard of communication? In this episode M3 contributors Mark O Estes, Gerald Hogan, Jeffery Roman, Lonnie Richardson, Xavier Spann and Breeze Vincinz join host Malcolm Travers in a discussion about the way dating apps affect our social life.
 

Thursday, September 24, 2015

M3 Bear Essentials: Why Do They Hate Him?



Do right-wing Republicans hate Barack Obama because he’s black or because he’s a successful liberal president? Do you take kindly to people posting opposing opinions on your social media threads? In this episode M3 contributors Mark O Estes, Gerald Hogan, Jeffery Roman and Breeze Vincinz join host Malcolm Travers in a discussion about racial politics.
 

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

M3 Bear Essentials: Black Lives Matter



What is the ultimate goal of the black lives matter movement? Do we try the the change the subject away from police brutality to black on black crime when people get uncomfortable with the issue? In this episode M3 contributors Mark O Estes, Gerald Hogan, Jeffery Roman, Lonnie Richardson and Breeze Vincinz join host Malcolm Travers in a discussion about how to more effectively institute social change.
 

Thursday, September 17, 2015

M3 Bear Essentials: Where Have All The Real Tops Gone?


Is there really glut of bottoms in the gay community or is it just a matter of our mistaken perception of masculinity with sexual roles? In this episode M3 Contributors Jose Oquendo Mojica, Breeze Vincinz, Lonnie Richardson, Jeffery Roman and Gerald Hogan join host Malcolm Travers in a discussion about our narrow definitions of masculine and feminine and its consequences.
 

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

M3 Bear Essentials: Opening up


Is monogamy a learned or innate behavior? What is the definition of an open relationship? In this episode M3 Contributors Jose Oquendo Mojica, Breeze Vincinz, Lonnie Richardson, Jeffery Roman and Gerald Hogan join host Malcolm Travers in a discussion about the book Opening Up by Tristan Taormino. How does your sense of morality play into your decision to be either monogamous or open?

Watch: The Uncomfortable Truth 

Thursday, September 10, 2015

M3 Bear Essentials: Understanding Commitment



Do we ignore the “worse” part of the vow “for better or worse” Does sexual monogamy denote a higher level of commitment in a relationship? In this episode M3 Contributors Jeffery Roman, Gerald Hogan, Jose Oquendo Mojica and Mark O Estes join host Malcolm Travers in a discussion of how we define a relationship.
 

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

M3 Bear Essentials: Judging Bottoms Differently


Is it fair to judge the promiscuity of tops and bottoms differently? Is there a greater risk to a bottom’s health if he’s more promiscuous versus that of a top? In this episode M3 Contributors Jeffery Roman, Jose Oquendo Mojica, Breeze Vincinz, and Mark O Estes join host Malcolm Travers in a discussion about how we see the sexual conquests of tops and bottoms differently.

Watch: The Price of Promiscuity

Thursday, September 3, 2015

M3 Bear Essentials: Light-Skinned Privilege


How aware of your skin tone and how affects your social interactions within and outside the black community? In this episode of M3 contributors Mark O Estess, Jose Oquendo Mojica, Gerald HoganLonnie Richardson and Breeze Vincinz join host Malcolm Travers in a discussion about a casting call for Straight Outta Compton that associated light skinned with beautiful and dark skinned with ugly.

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

M3 Bear Essentials: The Gay Perspective



What are the positive aspects of the gay community and homosexuality that you feel proud of as a gay man? With all the haters and homophones out there, do you feel that it is our responsibility to advocate for the positive contributions that gay people have made for society? In this episode M3 Contributors Gerald Hogan, Jeffery Roman and Mark O Estes join host Malcolm Travers in a discussion the need to highlight the positive aspects of the gay community.

Find The Gay Perspective on Amazon