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Lesbian Love Story Featured at Pan African Film Festival

ShareWe love that the Pan African Film Festival (PAFF) is featuring LGBT films.  More importantly, it’s great to see a black lesbian love story as an official selection.  On Saturday, you must go out and support this lesbian love story called “Love…Another 4 Letter Word.” Here’s the low down on the other L word movie… Tai […]

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Gay “Children of God” at Pan African Film Festival

ShareWhen the Pan African Film Festival (PAFF) opens its doors this week, it will offer a slice of gay life through the lenses of several directors, shining a spotlight on the LGBT community. One of the films, the controversial, yet compelling “Children of God,” directed by Kareem Mortimer, has already received a juror nomination in […]

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Openly Gay Black Host of MetroWeekly Show

ShareWashington DC’s gay & lesbian newsmagazine MetroWeekly gives Justin Stewart his own YouTube show and we love it already!  In the premiere episode of the bi-weekly series “Do It! with Justin,” Justin learns a few ice skating tips and tricks from members of the DC Icebreakers, an LGBT group who hold a social skate every […]

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Black History Month: First Openly Gay NBA Player

ShareIn honor of Black History Month, we celebrate John Amaechi  - the first openly gay former NBA player.  It was only in February 2007 that he first came out of the closet.  And flash forward to this year and the NBA was embracing its LGBT fans by promoting “Equality Night.” Read more about John’s journey […]

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Black History Month: Gay Edition

ShareOur new episode of NoMoreDownLow.TV is now online!  We are very proud of our latest Episode 105! In honor of Black History Month, NoMoreDownLow.TV Episode 105 features has an exclusive interview with curator Trent Kelley who gives us a glimpse into rarely before seen photos of black gay men since the mid-19th Century – including […]

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Black Gay History Month: Baseball Legend Glenn Burke

ShareBlack History Month with a gay curve ball.  As we celebrate Black History Month, we’re going to focus on the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender members of the black community.  Glenn Burke is a gay black hero that our community needs to know about.  And the documentary “Out: The Glenn Burke Story” (broadcast on Comcast SportsNet […]

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