Marshall Titus "I Will" Music Video
Check out this new music video from recording artist Marshall Titus, titled, "I Will". The video chronicles the story of a young gay man as he finds out he is HIV positive, from informing his close friends and sexual partners, to how his life continues even while being HIV positive.
Black Gay America is a social community to unite and promote the beauty, style and history of the LGBT Black & Hispanic community world wide. It is a free community open to everyone. To check it out, CLICK HERE.
Have you ever had sex with out a condom? Have you forgotten your personal responsibility once or twice or even a few times? Did you mean to use a condom, but then just got caught up in the moment? Watch this PSA below from Gay Men of African Descent (GMAD) and People Using Media to do Prevention (PUMP) to see how two young guys bring up using a condom.
Homosexuality in Black Christian Churches
A segment from an interfaith news magazine show based in Atlanta, Ga. on homosexuality in black Christian churches. Julie Hill is the producer, writer and show producer. The video comes in 4 parts all listed below. Watch the videos and then make a comment.
Part 1 of 4
Part 2 of 4
Part 3 of 4
Part 4 of 4
Gay Black Christians Find a Place at Capitol Hill Church
Gay black African Americans in the D.C. area have found a place to be religious and fit in at the Inner Light Ministries church in the Capitol Hill area. Many say they didn't feel accepted within their communities and at their old churches, but now they've found a place to be religious and be themselves.
Wanda Sykes: I'ma Be Me - Gay vs. Black
Wanda's take on how it would be if you had to come out black instead of gay. This scene is taken from her stand up comedy routine "I'ma Be Me" from HBO.
Being Black and Gay in America
A group of gay black men gather to speak about their common experiences of being black and gay in America.
Being Gay In the Black Church- Sampson (Standup Comedy)
Openly Gay Stand Up Comedian Sampson, performing his show "Don't Make Me Take Off My Earrings" at The DC Arts Center, talking about the Black Church and Homosexuality.
We Are Members...
Educational Awareness Project about the prevention and risk reduction of Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs).