Tag Archives: lgbt

  • Harlem Pastor Claims Michael Sam (or other gays) Will Marry & Cause Pedophilia Increase

    Sep 12, 14 by Brainuser1 5 Comments


    *Oh boy. The clown is back. While we may shake our heads in disbelief, I think many of us can understand how accepting a lifestyle unlike your own may be difficult; how respecting the beliefs of others is not always as simple as our higher self shows it ought to be. But its kind of […]

  • ESPN Sorry for Reporting on Michael Sam’s Showering Habits (Watch)

    Aug 27, 14 by EURPublisher01 2 Comments


    *One day after asking the NFL’s first openly-gay draft pick about his showering habits in the locker room, ESPN has issued an apology. “ESPN regrets the manner in which we presented our report,” the network said in a statement on Wednesday morning regarding St. Louis Rams player Michael Sam. “Clearly on Tuesday we collectively failed to […]

  • Jennifer Hudson Doesn’t Care if You Think She’s Gay

    Aug 27, 14 by EURPublisher01 2 Comments


    *Jennifer Hudson could care less what people think about her sexuality. The singer-actress, 32, tells PrideSource’s Chris Azzopardi that she faced lesbian rumors after she appeared on the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards alongside Macklemore and Mary Lambert during a performance of the hit marriage equality anthem, “Same Love.” “People were like, ‘Is Jennifer trying […]

  • ABC Family’s ‘The Fosters’ Diverse on Multiple Levels

    Mar 21, 14 by Cherie Saunders Leave a comment


    *Saying ABC Family’s drama “The Fosters” has something for everybody is an understatement. The show follows a multi-racial family with a mix of biological and foster kids who have two moms – white police officer Stef (Teri Polo) and African American school vice principal Lena (Sherri Saum). Stef and Lena start out with three kids […]

  • Lorraine Hansberry, Legendary Playwright, Struggle With Sexuality Revealed in ‘Secret Letters’

    Mar 7, 14 by Brainuser1 1 Comment


    *As the first African American woman playwright to have her play, “A Raisin in the Sun,”  produced on Broadway, Lorraine Hansberry demonstrated that she was indeed a force with a bright future. And at the age of 29, she won the coveted New York Drama Critics Circle Award and catapulted to fame in 1959; but […]

  • Many Faces, One Dream

    Nov 18, 13 by LaRita Shelby Leave a comment


    *When it comes to LGBT people of color, there is rarely a conference that brings them together as one, empowering and teaching them about economic empowerment. A chance is rarely presented that the opportunity to start your own business and/or take it to the next level. The new generation’s entrepreneur of color has turned into […]