Limit(less) is a photography project by Mikael Chukwuma Owunna documenting the fashion and style of LGBTQ Africans in diaspora (1st and 2nd generation).

On the eve of Dr. Michael Rex Fain & Mr. Patrick Joseph Morgan’s wedding, this issue’s newlyweds, I was attending a party.

You know the drill.  If you’ve ever flown on a plane you’ve heard the spiel from a nice flight attendant or some person on a video screen.

My friends, summer is upon us. That means the women’s game is about to take center stage. The ladies are anxiously lacing up their high-tops in preparation for the 2015 season of the Women’s National Basketball League (WNBA). We had a chance to chat with WNBA President, Laurel J. Richie, as she makes plans for what promises to be a very competitive and entertaining season.

According to Stefan White “Art doesn’t have a definition,” and if this is the case, he is undoubtedly an ARTIST! His art mediums; makeup, hair and creative direction.  Stefan’s brushes have adorned the faces and tresses of Keyshia Cole, Tweet, Lil Moe, Richard Smallwood & Vision...

After a 30 year hiatus, Tracey “Africa” Norman is making a return to modeling in the new “Color As Real As You Are” campaign for Clairol Nice’n Easy.

The National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC), the nation’s leading civil rights organization dedicated to the empowerment of Black lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people, is proud to announce the expansion of its Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) LGBT-Equality Initiative  with the creation of a new leadership role

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They say that history repeats itself. Over the course of time, from Emmett Till to Travon Martin, from the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in Alabama to Mother Emmanuel A.M.E. in South Carolina, there appears to be a continual uprising in the fight for racial justice and equality.

This compelling book recounts the history of black gay men from the 1950s to the 1990s, tracing how the major movements of the times—from civil rights to Black power to gay liberation to AIDS activism

As spring approaches, I know many of you are planning to get away. We had a chance to chat with John Tanzella of the IGLTA to offer insight for the LBGTQ traveler.

Although higher levels of melanin means less sunburn and less skin cancer, even the darkest-skinned persons are not at risk. According to the CDC, roughly 10% of Black people reported getting at least one form of sunburn