Someone You Should Know

Someone You Should Know: Kenyon Farrow

Photos Courtesy of Kenyon Farrow Kenyon Farrow is a writer, community organizer, activist and motivational speaker; he advocates for numerous social issues such as HIV/AIDS, homophobia and black empowerment. Farrow is the former Executive Director […]

Television, Stage & Other Stories

SIXTH ANNUAL NETWORK RESPONSIBILITY INDEX FINDS LGBT STORIES CENTRAL PART OF TV LANDSCAPE

From GLAAD.org by Rich Ferraro, Vice President of Communications GLAAD released its sixth annual Network Responsibility Index (NRI), a report that maps the quantity, quality and diversity of images of LGBT people on primetime broadcast and cable […]

Authors of Note

Authors of Note: Brother Hassan Hartley

Chicago author Brother Hassan Hartley’s  debut  novel “When The Lights Goes Out: The Truth About Black Male Prison Sexuality” is about one’s journey of self-discovery and acceptance.  The book confronts issues of sexual orientation, homophobia […]

Pride On Film - LGBTQI

Pride On Film: SIGNIFIED the web series

Photos Courtesy of  “SIGNIFIED” Pictured  Anna Barstan and Jesse Lavandov, Bklyn Boihood and Emanuel Xavier “SIGNIFIED” is a web-based series multi-platformed documentary project that aims to increase visibility of queer identified individuals and organizations as […]