Documentary "The Lesbian and the Black Church" Tells the Story of 5 Black Lesbians and Their Unique Religious Experiences

Presented by HERstory, "The Lesbian and the Black Church" tells the story of lesbians in the black church from 5 different perspectives:
Group A - The down low lesbian
Group B - Lesbians who attend churches who believe being a lesbian is a sin but don't hide their same gender attractions
Group C - Those who proclaim they have been delivered from being a lesbian
Group D - Lesbians who don't believe being a lesbian is a sin and attend open and affirming churches

Dej Loaf Channels Lil Kim In Photoshoot Promoting New Single

We're not sure what new single she's promoting but we like this look on Dej Loaf. In what seems to be an ode to Lil Kim, Dej Loaf posted a few new pics of her self to promote her new single. As you may recall Loaf did a tribute to Lil Kim not too long ago at VH1's hip hop honors. Posted to Instagram a few days a go we're seeing the other side of Loaf.
Take a look at the pics and post below.

17 Year Old Banned From Taking Her Girlfriend To The Prom

A 17-year-old in Florida has taken to twitter after her school banned her from taking her girlfriend to prom.
Paula Goodgame and her girlfriend, Anjali Persad, have been dating for four months after Goodgame recently moved to the area.

Together, the pair have been planning and looking forward to going to prom together.
However, the two were shocked to discover that her school banned Goodgame from taking her girlfriend as her date.

Short Film "Out Again" Tackles Coming Out To A Parent With Alzheimer's

Coming out can be tough. But for Cat, the deadpan heroine of Shatterbox Anthology's newest short film, Out Again, it's become a strange measure of her mother's progressing Alzheimer’s. During a surprise visit home to announce her marriage, Cat quickly realizes that her mom doesn't remember that she's gay. But after Cat and her wife, Liz, are spotted kissing in the garden, she has to come out again, this time to remind her mother of who she is and the people she loves. Add Liz's hope to get pregnant into the mix, and the newlyweds are in for quite the weekend in the suburbs.

Orange Is the New Black's Samira Wiley and Lauren Morelli Get Married

Orange Is the New Black star Samira Wiley married longtime love Lauren Morelli in Palm Springs, Calif. on Saturday, Martha Stewart Weddings reports. The newlyweds, who met on the set of the wildly popular Netflix series, tied the knot during a confetti-themed celebration in the same place they got engaged last October.

Designed after their love of Funfetti cake, the magazine reports Samira and Lauren called upon Beth Helmstetter Events to plan the wild, fun-loving bash.

Lesbians React To Missy's I'm Better

Ari Fritz and her co host react to Missy's latest video I'm Better.

Being Black Female and Gay: An LGBT Experience

Vlogger Elizabeth Writer wants you to stop hating and start loving. In her latest video she tackles the subject of being a black gay female and what her experiences have been thus far. Its a great watch and we'll be sharing more of her videos in the future. T

Watch the video below.

Setting It Off: Queen Latifah Reveals Playing Cleo In Set It Off Was The Hardest Decision Of Her Career

Queen Latifah can do everything and anything she wants. Yet despite all her success, the 46-year-old entrepreneur says one of the hardest decisions of her career was choosing to play Cleo Simms, a lesbian, in the 1996 classic film Set It Off.

Latifah opened up about the iconic role with Black-ish star Tracee Ellis Ross for In Style, and said when she agreed to play the gun-toting thief, she had a chat with her family first.

Same Sex Muslim Couple Weds To Protect Family's Rights

Laila Nur and Saba Taj, 29 and 30, decided to get married in North Carolina to send an important message of love to Donald Trump about sustaining equal rights.

“We decided to get those papers in order to be able to be there for each other in the future, in order to ensure that we could both be legally recognised as parents if we decide to become parents again. So that we can have more options for health care in case the Affordable Care Act is overturned,” Taj told Mic.

Lesbian Couple Claps Back at Haters Who Said The Wrong One Was Pregnant

A lesbian couple who rose to fame through daily vlogging on YouTube has hit back at haters who said “the wrong one” got pregnant.

Domo and Crissy, who have gained a following of 1.4 million people, are expecting a child but some fans recently criticised Domo – who is carrying the child.

The “fans” said Domo was the “wrong one” to be carrying the child because she “dresses like a man”, and that it should have been Crissy to carry the child because she is more “feminine looking”.