Respect Native Americans

Respect Natives

My good friend T.C. Worley recently visited North Dakota to see for himself the protests surrounding the Dakota Access Pipeline and hopefully capture some photos from what may be the largest gathering of Native Americans in over 100 years. And he did, in fact, manage to take what I believe to be the most beautiful and important photo of his …


Tweet is Just the Tip

Tweeting, posting, saying #blacklivesmatter is a good thing. But just the very tip of an iceberg of action that must happen for real change. What can be done? What are some actions people can take to chip away at this enormous problem?

Trump, Jesus, Evangelicals

Go Ahead Evangelicals, Vote for Trump

I support the right of my evangelical friends and family to vote for a person like Donald Trump. If you share his values, support his policies, and believe he is somehow the most qualified person for the job, then please exercise your right and vote for your man.

But as someone who takes his Christian faith quite seriously, I’d like to ask one simple favor.


No, No, No, No, No.

In the sixteen years since I was first diagnosed with cancer, and the decade since my last treatment, there have been a handful of times when Cancer has returned to punch me in the gut.



This week, my latest collective design project FUTURALBUM comes to a close (at least for now). I launched this album art design project in January of this year, with about 70-or-so contributors lined up, and ended with over 150 incredible album covers published from 100+ international designers! As always, it is a ton of fun organizing a digital design project …

No Balls Courage

A Decade Without Balls

Today is my 37th birthday and the 10-year anniversary of the day I lost the last of my testicles. Here I share a few thoughts on manhood, courage and genitals.