As a white man, I understand the frustration, sadness, disdain, and anger many Muslim, Latinx, Black, and other peoples will have towards me and those that look like me. I don’t blame you, I share those similar feelings with those that look like I do. White privilege has left us in this position with Donald Trump, an openly sexist, racist, homophobic (not to mention how homophobic his running mate is), Islamophobic, xenophobic, and all together disgusting man elected into the highest office of power in our country.
As a gay man, I woke up with the fear for my life as our country delves into four years of hatred and division, though it’s not nearly as dangerous for me as it is for the Muslim, Latinx, and other peoples that Trump and his followers have openly attacked.
Without going Hillary vs. Donald, it’s important to focus on what Donald Trump said at tonight’s Presidential debate… Or rather, what he didn’t say.
First, let’s begin with the release of his tax returns. He remains the only candidate to not release this information to the public, a fact that is shady all by itself. He claims he’ll release these when Hillary Clinton’s deleted emails are released, so he doesn’t really understand what deleted means, and he claims he’s going “against his lawyer’s wishes” if he releases these.
Since the announcement of Supergirl’s move to The CW, and casting of Teen Wolf’s Tyler Hoechlin as the Man of Steel, we finally know the extent that Clark Kent will play in Season 2.
Why do we need Clark Kent to appear in Supergirl Season 2? Truthfully, we don’t. His presence in Season 1 was already too overpowering, but now we must deal with Kara actually living in his shadow.
Hillary Clinton may not be your ideal candidate for the next President of the United States, trust me she wasn’t mine either, but this is what we’ve been sattled with what The Huffington Post is calling the “ugliest, most divisive election in American history.”
Next year a little magic will be coming to Central City as former Harry Potter actor Tom Felton has been announced as a series regular joining the cast of The Flash Season 3.
It’s Sunday morning, sunny and bright. You wake up to the chirping of the birds, the sun shining through your curtains, and everything is well. Until you reach over to your phone and discover that 49 people have died and 53 were injured. That’s how the news of the Orlando mass shooting hit me.