Submitted by Dick Kannon on Thu, 05/11/2017 - 14:59
People think that coming out is some cure all to all of life's problems but its usually just the beginning of a long road to self acceptance. In his latest vlog, Lamarr Townsend tackles coming out and the aftermath.
Submitted by Dick Kannon on Mon, 05/08/2017 - 16:24
JUST BETWEEN US is a documentary that was inspired by its creator and director Ken Jackson to educate the community about its own limitations of being a voice in American society. Jackson traveled the United States to meet the legends, the pioneers and the revolutionaries of the 21st Century in the African-American Gay, Lesbian, Bi-sexual and Transgender community to gauge its position as a whole since the start of the new century.
Submitted by Dick Kannon on Sat, 05/06/2017 - 22:23
If you haven't started watching LIT already you're in luck! They are only two episodes in so its plenty of time to get caught up. We started watching last night and we have to admit its pretty well done. LIT follows the young and naive Nehemiah "Nemo" as he journeys from Augusta, GA to Atlanta with aspirations to become a model. After getting accepted into the modeling agency, Nemo is introduced to Gorgious who runs a local strip club. Nemo gets sucked into the life and starts working there and his life begins crashing all around him.
Submitted by Dick Kannon on Sun, 04/30/2017 - 15:36
75-year-old Jean Wimberly could very well be considered a living icon in the LGBTQ movement. When she moved from Philadelphia to New York in the early 1970's, she joined women's support groups and become a social activist for black lesbians. She later founded Circle of Voices, Inc. based in Brooklyn and remains involved in LGBTQ advocate today.
Submitted by Dick Kannon on Sat, 04/29/2017 - 15:38
In a video chat on Facebook live socialite Prince Roman revealed he was been undetectable for years his partner Loko Mizrahi is negative. In the video they talk about love, sex, staying healthy and making a relationship work in general. If you've got the time its a real eye opening conversation and one that isn't told enough.
Submitted by Dick Kannon on Fri, 04/28/2017 - 17:06
We've come so far! But have we really? In this vintage clip of Black AIDS Institute Founder Phil Wilson at the 1993 March on Washington for Gay, Lesbian, and Bi Rights, we hear that the problems he faced back still need to be addressed. Wilson is still hard at work at age 60. Check out the clip of him below.