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Black & Gay on MLK Day: St. Louis

ShareTweet Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is turning out to be a chance for LGBT community to show that we are, in fact, a part of the larger black community.  Check out what’s happening in St. Louis: Join Growing American Youth in the Martin Luther King Parade Join Growing American Youth as we celebrate Martin […]

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Black & Gay on MLK Day: Atlanta

ShareTweet It’s the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend!  We wanted to find out what’s going on around the country and how black gay men & women are coming out to celebrate.  Check out what’s going on in Atlanta: Bayard Rustin/Audre Lorde Community Breakfast 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. at St. Mark United Methodist Church […]

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Black & Gay on MLK Day: Los Angeles

ShareTweet The LGBT community in Los Angeles is preparing for a Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday like no other. The Here to Stay Coalition and Jordan/Rustin Coalition are asking gay and lesbian folks to join them for the Martin Luther King Jr. Kingdom Day Parade in Leimert Park. The parade, which honors Rev. Martin Luther King […]

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Bi Guy: Coming Out in Compton

ShareTweet In his own words, Travon Free comes out of the closet as bisexual.  Read his blog post here.  Born and raised in Compton California, Travon Free is a comedian, actor, and writer who towers over most at 6’7.   And according to his website, FREEdom Of Speech, he’s only 25 years old and has already accomplished […]

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Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell – Would You Date a Bisexual Man?

ShareTweet We just premiered an all-new episode of NoMoreDownLow.TV! NoMoreDownLow.TV Episode 104 Features: The untold story of Cpl. Evelyn Thomas discussing Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, discrimination she suffered in the military and its personal impact; An interview with openly gay and former QVC host Dale Madison talks his journey launching the first African product theme hour […]

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Controversy? Black Gay Families on Billboard

ShareTweet A billboard in Schnectady, NY is at the center of a controversy – Why? Because it features a photo of two black gay families with the headline “I Am Gay. And This is Where I Stay. We have always been a part of this community.” This is one, in a series of billboards, that […]

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