Global Black Gay Men Connect (GBGMC), in partnership with Grindr, are hosting a global virtual Black Gay Pride Event on Friday 10 July 2020. Continue reading Event: Black Gay Pride Worldwide
As international borders close and travel becomes increasingly restricted as a result of efforts to limit the spread and of CoVid-19, it is a pleasure to be able to share news about a new organisation seeking to build international solidarity … Continue reading READ: STILL GLOBAL
Ababri creates work that echoes with a multitude of artistic references but maintains an originality that is bracing, challenging and raw in its exploration of the sexualised, male and homosexual, Black body. Continue reading Review: Bitter to what end?
Being BlackOut, we wanted to be a part of the conversation at AIDS2018, to help build lasting networks among Black queer men, and to amplify voices, particularly when they have knowledge to share that is crucial for our well being. Continue reading Watch: Diaspora download
While Pride in London and UK Black Pride are over for 2018, we’ve not stopped celebrating those who inspire us all year #BlackOutAndProud Continue reading PRIDE: Challenge like David Kato (1964 – 2011)
UK Premiere of doc ‘parTyboi’ 5th Apr 2018, Central London, with Q+A with director, Micheal Rice. @BlkOutUK and @56DeanStreet working to support black queer men. Join the conversation #chemsexwhileblack Continue reading Event: Chemsex while black – UK premiere of ‘ParTyboi: black diamonds in ice castles’ – 5th April 2018
As a gay Bermudian it is not lost on me that though we are an island, our politics can have an impact far wider than the 21 miles of our island home. Continue reading Read: LGBT Rights go missing in Bermuda triangle
‘I pray and hope LGBTIQ people of faith avoid making some of my mistakes’ Rev Jide Macaulay on what the Bible really says in favour of same-sex relationships Continue reading Read: There but for the grace of God
#BlackGaySlay: Rev Jide works with Christian and Muslim faith leaders to help them understand that scripture does not require dehumanising or discriminating against LGBTIQ people. Continue reading #BlackGaySlay: Rev Jide Macaulay – The Price of Full Acceptance
BlkOutUK meets Anthony Emeka from @TheBaldwinGentlemen Actions Speak Louder Continue reading Read: Actions Speak Louder : The Baldwin Gentlemen
BlackOutUK asks L.A. ‘What’s it like there for guys like us?’ Check out the work of some of the friends we made The Baldwin Gentlemen Global Eye Entrepreneurs Frederick Smith Ashton Pina Continue reading Watch: Black Gay L.A.
We’re keen to see more Black queer stories on screen. Rob went to Outfest Film Festival in LA to find out what’s on the horizon Continue reading Watch: What’s new? Our pick of Outfest 2017