WATCH NOW: NoMoreDownLow’s Anniversary Show!
ShareTweet National Coming Out Day 2011 marks the one year anniversary of the award-winning webseries NoMoreDownLow.TV focused on the highlighting openly lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals making a difference in the African American community. New episodes debut every month at www.NoMoreDownLow.TV. Season Two of NoMoreDownLow.TV kicks off with a new episode today […]Read more
WATCH NOW! New Episode of NoMoreDownLow.TV
ShareTweet It’s hard to believe but we are at Episode 111, (that’s season one, show eleven), and since we launched this monthly web show on October 11, 2010, National Coming Out Day, your response has been phenomenal! We are so grateful for your support. WATCH THE FULL EPISODE NOW! On this edition of NoMoreDownLow, we […]Read more
Strahan Sees NY Marriages As First Step Forward For Blacks
ShareTweet In an exclusive interview with NoMoreDownLow.TV, Super Bowl Champion and FOX NFL SUNDAY co-host Michael Strahan says that he believes the passing of New York’s Marriage Equality Bill and Sunday’s same sex marriages are the first steps forward to getting the African American community to accept gay marriage. The former NFL Defensive End who […]Read more
Marriage Equality Hits New York; $400 Million in Economic Impact Likely
ShareTweet In the throes of a sweltering heatwave, at 12:01 AM on Sunday, July 24, marriage equality becomes law in New York. As the Empire State becomes the 6th and largest to allow same-sex marriage, thousands of couples will say “I do,” with dozens of cities and towns opening their offices specifically to issue marriage […]Read more
All-New Episode: Black Community & Gay Marriage, UltraMi, Drag Dolls, Dames & Divas!
ShareTweet An all-new episode of NoMoreDownLow.TV is now on! In our tenth episode this season, our NoMoreDownLow.TV crew hits the red carpet at the BET Awards, at gay Black Pride Los Angeles At the Beach asking about LGBT issues important to you. Check it out! After gay marriage becomes legal in New York, NoMoreDownLow.TV […]Read more
Two Straight Black NFL Linebackers Support Gay Rights
ShareTweet Baltimore Ravens Linebacker Brendan Ayanbadejo is continuing to speak out in support marriage equality. This time on ESPN, no less. If you remember, back in March, he did a video in support of marriage equality in Maryland. In his recent ESPN interview on “Outside the Lines,” Ayanbadejo said one of the reasons he speaks […]Read more