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The Grio.com: How did you come with the title and did have you heard from Queen B about it yet?
Michael Arceneaux: I have not heard from Beyoncé, but I’m an OG stan, so I’m hoping she doesn’t sue me.
If you can’t laugh at life, then I don’t know what other alternative there is other than weed, but even weed makes you goofy, so I think laughter helps.
For nearly a decade, media personality and author, Michael Arceneaux has been one of the leading Black Queer voices in media and journalism.
His work has been featured in more than 30 national publications including , with a growing list of outlets seeking his unique voice and perspective.
His style brings wit and humor to some of the hardest hitting topics and it has made him a stand out among his peers, while helping to usher in a new generation of Black Queer writers.
Arceneaux is now taking on his greatest challenge in publishing his debut memoir, “I Can’t Date Jesus: Love, Sex, Family, Race, and Other Reasons I’ve Put My Faith in Beyoncé,” (available July 24 on Atria), where he talks about everything from religion to sex all within the bubble of his undying love for his “lord and gyrator” Beyoncé.
Michael Arceneaux: This is a very personal story told in a specific way and I wish I had that when I was trying to figure myself out. I don’t want to denigrate anyone that came before me because I’m grateful to every Black, queer person who has contributed in some way, but everything else around me when I was younger was telling me that what I wanted to be was wrong.