Tag: hip hop

Frank Ocean Rocks GQ’s December "Men of the Year" Issue

It’s no secret that we’ve (yes, all of us) have been following Frank Ocean this year. With the debut of his solo album channel ORANGE (which I love) and penning letters about his sexuality, he’s had an amazing year. With trying to overcome homophobia with the industry and perfecting his craft is something that keeps Frank... 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 »

The Offensive Phrase: "No Homo"

Are you terrified that people may think you’re gay? No worries, hip hop has coined a phrase to get you out of the stickiest situations. Read on… I remember the first time I heard the phrase, “no homo.” I laughed and shrugged it off as ignorance, but, then, I kept hearing it from different people,... Read more »