Nation’s least LGBT friendly college/university
ShareTweet It is that time of year when the Princeton Review reveals it college rankings. Wheaton College a religious Christian school located in the western suburbs of Chicago ranks as the least LGBT friendly college in the nation. This is the second time in three years that Wheaton has recieved this ranking. If you are a [...]Read more
Leave it on the Floor – LA Film Festival
ShareTweet Leave it on the Floor premiered at the LA Film Festival in downtown Los Angeles this weekend to rave reviews! And NoMoreDownLow.TV was there on the red carpet! Check out our NoMoreDownLow.TV news break featuring interviews with the producer and director Sheldon Larry, plus stars from the film Andre Myers and Phillip Evelyn. WATCH NOW: From [...]Read more
All-New Episode: AIDS/LifeCycle Janora’s Journey & Black Transgender Women Speak Out!
ShareTweet Our all-new episode 109 of NoMoreDownLow.TV is now online! In this episode, we introduce you to positive role models in the black transgender community – Meet Valerie Spencer, an HIV/AIDS activist and Janet Mock, editor of People.com, who are re-defining transgender stereotypes. Plus, Carolyn Wysinger talks about coming out of the closet and how she [...]Read more
Hip Hop on the Down Low, Kobe Bryant & the Damn Slam: All New Episode 108!
ShareTweet Our all-new episode of NoMoreDownLow.TV is now up!! Our eighth episode features: Hip Hop on the Down Low: NoMoreDownLow.TV investigates homophobia in hip hop after a Hot 97 DJ gets arrested with a transgender woman for lewd conduct; Openly gay rapper JB Rap speaks out, plus hear from 50 Cent, Howard Stern, Wale, Janelle [...]Read more
Black Transgender Basketball Player on ESPN
ShareTweet ESPN is featuring a story on black transgender NCAA basketball player Kye Allums on Sunday’s ‘Outside the Lines.’ OutSports has been following Kye’s story, since he came out as transgender in November 13, 2010. According to the site, Kye Allums introduced himself to the NCAA basketball world at the Best Buy Classic in Minneapolis [...]Read more
Black, Gay & Elderly
ShareTweet A new documentary called “GEN Silent” explores how the LGBT community is dealing with being out and growing older. In many cases, it is forcing our seniors back into the closet just to survive in their retirement communities. Featured in the documentary is Lawrence Johnson, an African-American gay man in his mid-sixties who struggles [...]Read more