Reflecting many of today's realities, Channel 4/HBO's five-part miniseries, It's A Sin, showcases a group of gay men who move to London from other parts of the UK in 1981 during the height of the HIV/AIDS pandemic.
A friend sent me a link to Rihanna’s video for Kiss It Better, which struck up a debate about diversity and inclusion between us. He had added only two words to his message: soft porn.
At some point, you must realise that you cannot be grieving forever. Grief will swallow you up, big Daddy. Grief will cripple you, too, if you're not careful. You have got to snap yourself out of it.
No one website can truly capture every corner of the black gay and bisexual men's experiences. But, Black Gay Blog is stepping up and saying our stories matter, and our journey should be captured.
Join BLACK CONNECTION, the new UK-wide social network by and for Black gay, bi, queer men in the prime of life.
My husband died on Memorial Day in 2017. He was a 65-year old former serviceman in the navy, and I was his young Black British Muscle Daddy.
Once used as a tool to meet like-minded men, many black men I speak to talk about having to ‘take breaks’ or coming off websites and hook-up apps completely to preserve their mental health. What’s going on?
PrEP works by providing a protective barrier over your immune cells, preventing HIV infection. Research studies have shown that PrEP reduces the risk of getting HIV from sex by around 99% when taken as prescribed.