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No More DownLows??

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Just discovered this award winning webseries: NoMoreDownLow.TV,  The newcast format remembers the victims of unsolved murders, attacks and hate crimes in the African American same gender loving community. I absolutely love this. There’s literally nothing out there like this. Their goal is clear: they want to bring public awareness and change to culture/group that has... Read more »

Magic Johnson: Friend of the Gay Community?

Magic Johnson: Friend of the Gay Community?
Magic Johnson wants to fight homophobia- say what?!? Recently, in an interview with the Huffington Post, Johnson discussed his legacy of service to Black America from his Magic Johnson Foundation, but now he wants to focus his efforts not only towards HIV/AIDS prevention but, also, homophobia in the Black community and AIDS. In the interview... Read more »

NAACP Seeing More Gay?

This is huge news: The NAACP’s newly revived Worcester chapter elected a 28-year-old openly gay black man as its president this month…and, he’s really hot! Founded more than a century ago to promote black equality, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is showing remarkable diversity in its leadership ranks — the result... Read more »
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The Real Gay Men of Atlanta

Is this the male version of Real Housewives?? . . Either way, I’m intrigued! Last month, around the net, a new reality show focusing on the gay black men of Atlanta-and their “down low” worlds – was in the works. And, it looks like it’s close to being a done deal.  Their official reel for... Read more »

Marsha Ambrosius' Video Premiere

Marsha Ambrosius' Video Premiere
Ex-Floetry Singer Marsha Ambrosius’ new song, “Far Away,” may have one of the most moving messages of 2011, thus far.  The new single hopes to raise awareness against bullying. Inspired by her real-life experience, the clip revolves around a gay friend who is shoved aside by people in his neighborhood due to his sexual orientation.... Read more »

'I Love My Boo' Campaign

Have you guys seen this already? It’s pretty cool. I think it would be really cool to have something like this in Chicago. During the month of October, community organizations, activists, local politicians and others joined together in New York City to celebrate the debut of the Gay Men’s Health Crisis (GMHC) “I Love My... Read more »
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