Out And Proud: Prominent LBTQ Black Women Part Two

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June 28, 2014 ‐ By Deron Dalton
 LBTQ Black Women Part Two

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It’s the end of Pride Month, which in New York City is known as Gay Pride Weekend and where the Gay Rights Movement started on June 28, 1969 with the Stonewall Riots. MadameNoire has a list of more black women who have helped paved the way for being gay, black and woman.

These famous black women are out and proud and some are major LGBTQ advocates and activists.

Like 15 previous famous and prominent black women MN covered who have broke down barriers, these black women are part of a growing list of out and proud celebrities, gay celebrities of color and celesbians.

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  • ♏ ®

    Wait….I thought Melanie Brown was married to a man? They have a 3-year old…oh ok then.

  • Nickel05

    Angela Davis a “Socialist”? That’s it? She was on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted List for murder and domestic terrorism.

  • Kimm Anderson Bernier Irving

    QUEER???? WHO says that??? Shame on them for letting that one fly!

  • Bubbah

    The person writing the comments for the photos SHOULD BE FIRED ASAP!! They think they are superior to those they are writing about. Calling another person “queer” is just as insulting as being called nizzer by a white person.

  • Stephanie Steph

    No.

  • adubb

    puhleez in order for the ‘system’ to love ur a$$ as a BW u better be licking punanny, if u want acceptance. this is the order of the day. i don’t see no roads they paved for me. I love my Black men.

  • Idalis

    I love Angel Haze’s response to this: “People ask me what my sexuality is all the time and I always tell them that it doesn’t matter, we’re not in a sexual situation so you don’t need to know. If we were in a sexual situation, you would know exactly who I am sexually.” Homosexuals don’t run around announcing their bedmates!! Unless these women are gay rights activists, why does it matter who they’re sleeping with? I don’t even know who half these women are – but Mel B??? really???

  • richwomendate

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  • .:*whitneyeclectic*:.

    Not for nothing but…isn’t this like the third time in almost as many weeks this topic has come up? I’m not against that lifestyle nor do I judge but…wow, it seems like we’ve seen this a lot. :/

    • hollyw

      I think because June is Pride month. This week is a lot of city’s pride week.

      • .:*whitneyeclectic*:.

        Ahh..OK. My quick scanning apparently missed that part. Thanks for the clarification. *waves pride flag in support*

        • ladybug

          Lol

  • Elaine F Gauthiers

    Wow…divide,conquer and destroy

  • GTF0H

    The devil is a liar. Stone cold phawkery. Period. Abominations, the whole lot of these sorry-@rse w3nch3s.

    • SKULLTAKER

      AMEN

  • keepitcuteorputitonmute#1

    Mel B married with 3 kids by 3 different men?

    • sexcgenius

      And you broke and simple!!!

      • keepitcuteorputitonmute#1

        stfu I am rich and complicated biotch!

      • SKULLTAKER

        While you’re $ 2 Dollar Welfare Trick

  • Wanda Simpson

    Should say beautiful Black ” Queens” instead of black queers. what an insult.

    • SKULLTAKER

      More like embarrassing n disgusting

  • Patti Hickman

    Sorry your page is to slow!

  • Let It Be

    Queer? I thought that word was a no-no? And celesbian? Really?

    • boogie

      In the academic world Queer Studies is a term very much still accepted. So, maybe that’s where the author thought it would be cool.

    • hollyw

      The LGBT community recently “took back” the word – some people compare it to [some of] the black community’s N-word re- ownership- hence, now the LGBTQ community.

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