Nathanael Gay, a gay member of Kappy Alpha Psi fraternity, uploaded his wedding to partner of seven years Robert Brown to YouTube last week and sparked a crazy phenomenon. Conversations of black gay men actually having real love and devoting their life to each other is something heterosexuals just don’t understand. They don’t understand the image of a gay man if he lacks three main characteristics – a sashay, a limp, and gender-bender clothing. They can’t fathom the thought of not being upside down in the club every weekend, looking at big booty hoes, getting down to the local club hits that will never see a day on Billboard.
“We work our nine to five like the next man, pay our taxes like the next man … we just look to get the same respect,” Nathaniel tells the Tom Joyner Show. “Us being thrown in the spotlight over the last few days has made our love a lot stronger.”
Nate denies the nuptial had anything to do with the frat Kappa Alpha Psi since their colors are crimson and creme, not red and white.
Plus he’s annoyed, well it’s implied by his tone, that Nate isn’t happy with his video going viral.”We put our video on YouTube for our friends and family … we only shared the link with our friends and family,” Nate says in response to opening himself up for criticism by sharing their event online.
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