Tag: homophobia in the black community

Being Black — Oh What A Burden

Let me get to the point quickly and say that I have a burden. I’ve been carrying this elephant for long enough. Now I need an audience to relive me. You don’t have to say a word—Just listen. Because when

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Dwayne Jones Killed In Jamaica—Christian Cannibalism

17-year-old cross-dresser Dwayne Jones was mobbed and murdered in Jamaica yesterday.  Allegedly he was in the dancehall dancing with a man. A woman who knew he was no man blurted out the story to the party. Dancehall consensus turned against Dwayne.

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For Colored Boys Who Have Considered Suicide – Review

The testimonies in Keith Boykin’s anthology For Colored Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Still Not Enough should remind gay activists to not accept the luxury many gay persons enjoy in refusing to occasionally announce their sexuality. 

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