Yes! We are going to update the website, I promise. The day has been so crazy but I will get up as much as I can. You guys are so demanding! Until then, I leave you with Marcus from our shoot last night…
I swear I do more than kneel on the ground. I swear.
I have never said that the New York Times is the be-all-and-end-all of proper journalism, but you can usually count on the Times to offer some levelheaded coverage, proper diction, and a comforting sense that their writers understand the responsibilities and duties they owe the public as reporters. But this article is, beyond a doubt, one of the most poorly written pieces of “journalism” I have ever had the misfortune to read. A high school newspaper editor would take one look at this and be horrified by the imbalanced and unfair tone it strikes.
As Oprah (yes, I went there) in one of my favorite moments said, “Well, you know what I’ve had it up to here with? I’ve had it up with heterosexual men raping and sodomizing young girls.” These boys and men made mistakes, but sympathy does not always need to include forgiveness, much less excuses for what everyone can agree is the single most reprehensible violation you can ever commit against another person.