Short Film "Chocolate Milk" Shows Everything Isn't Always Black and White

In our at home for the holidays guide, if you need something to watch while you're at home for the holidays check out the short film Chocolate Milk.  We just finished watching it and it was good enough to watch again and recommend.  If you've got some time check it out.  

Chocolate Milk:

Chocolate Milk tells the story of Curtis, a young African American male, who struggles to find racial identity and acceptance among his African American peers, while trying to exist in a world perceived to be only black or white...

Remembering Bianca "Barbie" Baxter

It has been two years since you left us and I still can't believe you are gone. I remember getting that phone call and just collaspling, on the floor.  I couldn't do anything for the rest of the day.  You were kind, you were sweet, hardworking and ambitious.  You were funny and smart, generous and humble.  You always gave your honest opinion (even if I didn't always agree with you lol). Not a day goes by that I don't think of you, and even though you're not physically here, I carry you around with me always.  Love and Miss You.

-B

Paris Is Burning Added To The National Film Registry

Paris Is Burning, like "reading," is fundamental.

Legendary queer film Paris Is Burning is now officially one of the most important films in cinema history. Yesterday, the Library of Congress announced that the film, an exploration of the lives of the queer black and Latino-led underground ball culture of late 1980s New York, will be inducted into the National Film Registry and preserved as a part of American film history.

Moonlight Nominated For 6 Golden Globe Awards

Moonlight is well on its way to Oscar gold, but first its headed to the Golden Globes as the movie award season starts.  

With six nominations, the gay-themed coming of age drama “Moonlight” was one of the years most nominated films, as announced Monday morning by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association in Los Angeles.

Barry Jenkins’s acclaimed drama about a black gay man in Miami at three stages of his life is seen as a strong contender against what the Guardian called “a hymn to old Hollywo

We are wishing them the best!

Mike Epps Responds After Gay Fan Calls Him Homophobic For Refusing To Take Picture With Him

Mike Epps is in hot water and being labeled as homophobic after allegedly refusing to take a picture with a gay fan.

According to Norman Freeman:

Andre King, Brother of Swizz Beats Comes Out As Gay

Andre King has decided to use his platform on Growing Up Hip Hop to come out of the closet.

The reality star, and friend of Angela Simmons, opens up about his sexuality on the series during tonight's episodes and E! News has the exclusive interview with Swizz Beatz's brother.

Shi-Queeta Lee Becomes First Drag Queen To Perform At White House

Come thru sis! D.C.'s very own Shi-Queeta Lee made history as the first drag queen to perform at the White House.

Lee had the honor of performing her fierce rendition of Tina Turner’s “Proud Mary” at the White House on Thursday for the Office of Public Engagement’s Transgender Community Briefing

The briefing was designed to “unite transgender leaders and other community members to discuss policy issues affecting the transgender community and to celebrate the cultural accomplishments of the community,” according to the Washington Blade.

Watch: Joshua Bowe, C Los Pena and Q-Ran McGill Give You Production!

If they did not get their 10's that night they're getting them now from us. We don't know the context of the production we just know they slayed it. Can't wait to see what this Trio does next!

Watch: Momma Dee Stars In New LGBT Show "About Justin" Vows To Support LGBT Community

Momma Dee, mother of rapper Lil Scrappy, star of VH1's Love and Hip Hop Atlanta, and the voice behind such hits as "I Deserve" and "In That Order" can now add actress to her resume.  In the clip below she shares a behind the scenes look at her role on "About Justin" a new series from the creators of "About Him" in the show she plays a mother who discovers her son like guys after she walks in on him with another boy.

While shooting the show Momma Dee also expressed her support for the LGBT community and vowed to be an advocate and a voice for us!

She Slay: Shauna Brooks Makes Her Debut On TVOne's Here We Go Again

Somebody's gonna need an IMDB page soon.  Trans model, spokesperson, recording artist and now actress Shauna Brooks appeared last night on TV One's new original show Here We Go Again.  The show stars former Destiny's Child member Letoya Luckett and the Game's Wendy Racquel Robinson. 

Shauna took to social media to express her gratitude and share clips of the show. 

Check it out below.

Congrats to Shauna this is history in the making!