SeanHamilton saidCurious that our African-American RJ brothers have nothing to say about this.
Brother: brothers go to church together.
Second: I voted for Ralph Nader. Where were my bisexual and gay brothers then? I voted for a third party candidate the second time. Where were my bisexual and gay brothers then? When I truly needed a bisexual and gay roommate to bump up my efforts towards saving myself from the chasm between poverty and affluence as the middle class was attacked by bipartisan and corporate efforts, where were my bisexual and gay brothers?
Many bisexual and gay men were not rallying behind Ralph Nader. Black people were saying: in politics, Obama cannot appear to be too pro-Black because he'll lose the election. Obama did not run on improving the lives of Black people beyond his skin being dark. Black people wanted to send a message to White people and the bisexual gay Black people wanted to send a message to all those White men who list every ethnic group but Black to play with their organs of elimination. So you don't want us to touch your body now but wait until you're old and in a nursing home, I bet a dark skin person is going to be turning you in your bed and probably bathing you then.
Brother? I'd say brothers visit relatives together. Have I seen the mother and father of any of my lovers--lovers, White or Black.
When we're combatting the attack on the middle class by sharing a 2 or 3 bedroom 2 bath roof over our heads, then I've got a brother.