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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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WATCH: Black Lesbians & Gay Men Out on MLK Day

ShareOn Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, the NoMoreDownLow.TV team followed the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and allies group of participants in the 2011 Kingdom Day Parade in Los Angeles. This was the third consecutive year that the Barbara Jordan/ Bayard Rustin Coalition, The Here to Stay Coalition, Black Lesbians United, In the Meantime Men’s Group, At the Beach Los Angeles […]

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MLK Day Parade: Black, Gay & Here to Stay (PHOTOS)

ShareNoMoreDownLow.TV was out marching this morning with the Jordan/Rustin Coalition and Here to Stay.  A remarkable day marching in South Los Angeles down Martin Luther King Blvd, all the way down Crenshaw Blvd and into Leimert Park. This was the third consecutive year that the Barbara Jordan/ Bayard Rustin Coalition, The Here to Stay Coalition, […]

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Lesbian Girls from USA: Hell Yeah, I’m Gay

Share“Hell yea, I’m gay. And I’m gonna never change my ways. And I don’t care what people say” is the tune that promises not to leave your head after you watch this. Originally seen on The J Spot, we dug a little deeper to find out who is behind this new gay anthem.  The only […]

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Openly Gay, Black Wrestler

ShareOutSports is one of our favorite sites for a reason… they are always profiling openly gay athletes, helping to break down stereotypes about what it means to be gay, straight and/or athletic. They recently profiled the coming out story of Akil Patterson.  He was a college football player that struggled with his sexual identity. But, […]

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Black & Gay on MLK Day: From Oklahoma to Hawaii

ShareWe’re scouring the Internet trying to bring you information on how the black gay community is celebrating Martin Luther King Day.  Here are a couple more cities to add to our list: Tulsa, Oklahoma In Tulsa, Oklahoma, the LGBT community is participating in the Martin Luther King Parade scheduled for Monday, January 17th at 11:00 am. […]

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