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Black, Straight & Against Hate

ShareThis FCKH8 campaign keeps getting our attention.  It’s a no holds barred F-U to the anti-gay haters out there.  In their latest attention-grabbing video, the campaign gathered straight men (that are pro-gay equality) for a very revealing photo shoot. And you have to give these straight guys credit!  They are comfortable enough in their own […]

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Straight Black Women Fighting for Gay Rights

ShareThe straight black men showed their support for gay rights in our blog post Black, Straight & Against Hate – so, we wanted to point to a black woman that’s standing up for gay rights.  One woman making strides in the world of politics is newly elected San Francisco Supervisor Malia Cohen. In a recent […]

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Black Lesbian Film Featured at Sundance

ShareThis weekend, the black lesbian coming-of-age movie called “PARIAH” is getting a lot of buzz at the Sundance Film Festival.   The early reviews are in and it sounds amazing!  From the Boston Globe: “Pariah is about the loosening of sexual and social expectations among black people in Brooklyn,” writes the Boston Globe‘s Wesley Morris. “Its protagonist, […]

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One of the ‘Gayest Cities’ at Center of the Bible Belt

ShareJacksonville, Florida is in the news again this week being named as one of The Advocate’s “Gayest Cities.” Pastor Valerie Williams of St. Luke’s Community Church is given some of the credit for helping to build and nurture a gay-welcoming church community.  In a local news interview (Watch below), she says…. “People are shocked because […]

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NAACP Supports ‘I Am Gay’ Billboards (VIDEO)

ShareThe “I Am Gay” Billboard controversy continues… while one local politician is having a tantrum, over the weekend, the local newspaper quotes the NAACP in what appears to be a supportive message: Paul Webster, president of the Schenectady chapter of the NAACP, said he would rather see black activists, politicians and clergy tackle the problems of […]

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Black Gay Parents & Church

Share The New York Times just published a story this week called “Parenting by Gays More Common in the South, Census Shows.” The article talks about the latest Census data on gay couples saying…  About 32 percent of gay couples in Jacksonville are raising children, while in San Antonio about 34 percent of gay couples […]

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