Posts tagged "Lenox Magee"

The Sip Presents 'An African City' Giveaway

The Sip Presents 'An African City' Giveaway
Last week on “The Sip,” we interviewed the talented and empowered women of ‘An African City’ – a steamy Ghanaian show that helps you understand the life and sexuality of the African woman. After such an amazing and insightful conversation, the folks at ‘An African City’ wanted to give three lucky listeners (we call them... Read more »

A New Radio Show Promises to Change The Way You Think About Gay Black Men

A New Radio Show Promises to Change The Way You Think About Gay Black Men
Gay Black radio host Clay Cane once said, “when you are black and gay there is a particular duality that you live in. In my case, that double consciousness has allowed me to be as open and cosmopolitan as possible.” He couldn’t said it better. It is this quote that inspired me to start a... Read more »

Lalah Hathaway Reveals All to Lenox and the Second City

Lalah Hathaway Reveals All to Lenox and the Second City
In my line of work, it’s rare to meet a person that’s genuine about life, their music and their love for the people that support them. Lalah Hathaway imbues all of that and more. Check out the video of singer Lalah Hathaway, daughter of soul singer Donny Hathaway, talk about her live album, personal life outside... Read more »
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Meet Martin Luther King Jr.'s White Driver

Meet Martin Luther King Jr.'s White Driver
Here’s a story you probably didn’t know about on this MLK day.  NPR’s StoryCorp uncovered the story of a white male who came to Atlanta and ended up being the King’s driver. In the mid-1960s, Tom Houck left high school to join the civil rights movement and decided to volunteer for King’s Southern Christian Leadership Conference.... Read more »

Dear Prince Harry...

Dear Prince Harry...
Your Majesty  – It has come to my attention that His Majesty is considering a run on my team if things do not work out with your girlfriend Cressida Bonas. According to PinkNews, you accepted a phone number happily from another male at Rum Kitchen in Notting Hill that was interested in dating you. It... Read more »

Welcome Back, Lenox and the Second City!

Welcome Back, Lenox and the Second City!
In nearly every life, their comes a time when you “wake up.” My awaken began a year ago, and it changed me. It changed my words. It changed my thoughts. It changed my movements. It re-defined the way I  love. As I now attempt to unlock the secrets of a distant “me,” I strive no longer... Read more »
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"Lenox and the Second City" on Windy City Underground

I always have the best time when I’m on Windy City Underground. Last week, I joined my pal on the J.R. Bang Morning Show to speak on some issues in the LGBT community. We talked about the Kevin Clash sex scandal, the Ugandan gay controversy and more! Checkout the entire interview here. I had so... Read more »

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 »

Morgan Freeman's Support for Gay Marriage (VIDEO)

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Usually, Morgan Freeman uses his signature voice for documentaries, commercials, and the Obama campaign. But, now, his iconic voice is appearing in a new ad for marriage equality. “America stands at the dawn of a new day,” Freeman says in the ad. The iconic actor is narrating a new TV spot for the Human Rights... Read more »
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"White people are less likely to be gay," a Gallup survey reveals

"White people are less likely to be gay," a Gallup survey reveals
I’m still in shock by this new study… The Gallup survey reveals that poorer Blacks and Asians are more likely to be gay than wealthier whites. The controversial study, said to be the largest of its kind ever undertaken in America, estimated that 3.4 percent of US adults saw themselves as lesbian, gay, bisexual or... Read more »