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Down Low Myths Debunked on Black AIDS Awareness Day

ShareTweet Today is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. One of our goals at NoMoreDownLow.TV is to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS in the black & LGBT communities and more importantly to debunk the myth that the “down low” is connected to rising HIV infection rates among black women. In this NoMoreDownLow.TV Newsbreak, NBA legend Magic Johnson […]

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WATCH NOW: Black Gay Men Seek Solutions To High HIV Rates in LA

ShareTweet The historic night club, Jewels Catch One was the site of a town hall meeting, sponsored by “In The Meantime Men’s Group” (ITMT), to raise awareness and search for solutions to a complicated issue; how to reduce the HIV infection rates by 50% in Los Angeles County.   The town hall was part of ITMT’s […]

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HIV/AIDS Stories Featured on NoMoreDownLow.TV

ShareTweet HIV/AIDS is a topic that cannot be ignored by either the black community or the LGBT community.  That’s why we’ve devoted so much time to the show on this important subject.  Unfortunately, HIV/AIDS has taken a huge toll on both communities and the statistics say it all: Recent reports indicate that blacks accounted for almost half […]

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Black Gay Men: Would You Date You? (VIDEO)

ShareTweet An incredible project by Yolo Akili asks some very thought provoking questions. In a video / poem, black gay men ask themselves questions about dating masculine versus feminine men. With the assumption being that most gay black men want to date more masculine men. Are we the boys/men we want? And seriously, would you […]

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Tyler Perry on America’s Obsession with Black Men in Drag

ShareTweet Martin Lawrence’s Big Momma: Like Father, Like Son raked in $33 million and Tyler Perry’s Madea Goes to Jail made $90 million at the box office.  Plus, there’s the popularity of Rupaul’s Drag Race, now in season 3… Earnest, did you hear that?  put on some lipstick and grab a wig – we need […]

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Gay Black Men & Depression: You Are Not Alone

ShareTweet There’s a new documentary called “You Are Not Alone” and book on the horizon about gay black men & depression. Depression in the black gay community is a major issue and is largely ignored by both the LGBT community and the African American community – even in light of the recent suicides of LGBT […]

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