Letters to the world from author Randy Boyd. The subject matter? The things on the mind of a black, gay man living in America.
Why I’m grateful that all white Americans don’t walk, talk and think like Republicans. [more]
To the officers of law enforcement in the United States of America. [more]
Don’t let the negative bigots define you. [more]
Ryan White could be living well, even while living with HIV/AIDS. [more]
The power to change the sports world is in your hands.
I refuse to be a vote that disappeared. [more]
Without Magic Johnson’s reaction to having HIV, I might not have become a longterm AIDS survivor. [more]
What I told my therapist then and now. [more]
Why some homos are upset with President-elect Barack Obama. [more]
I’m available to both HIV-positive and HIV-negative people, right? [more]
All the white jock gods I chased after for half my life, you were dead on. I’m a faggot.
The letter I sent to Oprah Winfrey about my novel, “Walt Loves the Bearcat.” [more]
Open letter to the new generation of jocks who view sex and sexuality in a whole new light. [more]
To walk in America as a black homosexual living with HIV/AIDS is to walk in hostile territory. [more]
It hurts to hear the words “clean” and “disease-free” in reference to health, and I am not alone. [more]