Antron Reshaud Olukayode
A glance into the world of a HIV Positive young African American artist navigating the Atlanta safari with love, sex and art. From the crazies to the serious, the life of award winning artist Antron Reshaud Olukayode is anything but dull.
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Is Marriage a Finish Line or a Torture Device for Same-Gender Loving Singles? A Blog Entry by Antron Reshaud Olukayode
With marriage equality all over the news, our blogger Antron talks about his experiences with love and whether he's ready to embrace marriage.
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Do you remember the best first date you've ever had? Antron Olukayode describes a recent great date that could lead to something great.
"My twenties were filled with hardship, heartache and lessons. Not that I won't have the lesson again, however, I can honestly say my maturity has kicked in even more so."
"What if she would have came home and caught us? She could have done anything to me! To us both! And here I am yet caught in a situation I have no business in."
"Disappointed and slightly annoyed, as much as I was needing some sexual healing and feeling, I honestly wanted to be held and here he was not fulfilling my needs, yet all of his were met."
"Just to feel the weight of another man toppling mine was what my body was yearning for with or without penetration involved."
"Many nights, I've cried over this. I've placed myself in compromising positions to avoid this conversation, I wonder if I've never made love -- does that mean I'm a virgin still?"