Written by Robert in response to a former #SpillSesh interview on Dating As a Gay Black Man.
I am a 58 year old African American who came out at 18. I have 40 years of experience being out in Los Angeles, the Bay Area and in NYC. I experienced far less discrimination in the gay community in the 80’s and 90’s than I do now. I have tried to put my finger on why that is. Continue reading
A personal reflection on feeling detached from Pride, and how it may be impacting a broader perception of the LGBTQ+ community. Continue reading
A self-reflective look into why gay people are often competitive with one another in friendships and dating, including tips on how to fix it. Continue reading
An interview with a follower who came out to his Mormon family, causing severe depression and anxiety, ultimately finding that patience is the key to overcoming his circumstances. Continue reading