Mister Cee

Mister Cee Admits to Homosexual Behavior

by #teamEBONY

Hot 97 DJ Mister Cee went on air to admit that he has sexual relations with men. “I just let the cat out the... Read More

Cory Booker on Sexuality Rumors

Cory Booker on Sexuality Rumors

by Slate

As Cory Booker continues his long-anticipated march to the Senate, his opponent in the race waded into old rumors about the unmarried Newark, N.J.,... Read More

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe

Robert Mugabe on Gays…Again

by Slate

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe was inaugurated for a seventh term, and if you thought the 89-year-old leader would take the opportunity to reach out... Read More

Obama Says He Has 'No Patience' for Any Country's Homophobia

President Obama Won’t Tolerate Russian Homophobia

by Jezebel

Of course, in this instance, he's talking about Russia and the upcoming Winter Olympics in Sochi. The country's sports minister reneged on their promise... Read More

Raven-Symoné

Raven Symone, and Why It’s Hard for Black Celebs to Come Out

by #teamEBONY

“I can finally get married!” Raven-Symoné tweeted on Friday. “Yay government! So proud of you.” Everyone immediately decided the tweet was an overdue admission... Read More

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe

Robert Mugabe Promises to Decapitate Gays

by Slate

Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe is once again speaking about his hatred of homosexuality as he campaigns ahead of the July 31 election. At a... Read More

Emile Griffith

Emile Griffith Dies

by #teamEBONY

Emile Griffith was one of the toughest guys in one of the toughest sports on Earth, a kind man who wasn't so kind in... Read More

“How and Why I Became an LGBT Ally”

“How and Why I Became an LGBT Ally”

by Kellee Terrell

I remember the first time I ever heard someone call a gay man the "F-word." It was 1995. I was 16 and visiting my... Read More

"Call Me Kuchu" is the tragic tale of Ugandan activist David Kato, and a crucial film of our time

Call Me Kuchu, the Tale of Ugandan Gay Rights Activist David Kato

by #teamEBONY

If the moving, shocking and ultimately inspiring documentary Call Me Kuchu is about the struggle for gay rights in the African nation of Uganda, where a... Read More

Mister Cee and Why Some Cling to Denial

Mister Cee and Why Some Cling to Denial

by Michael Arceneaux

“How does one live in denial in 2013?” It’s a question I hear often from friends – gay and straight alike. In their minds,... Read More