Masculinity and sexuality are on the table in the Barry Jenkins-directed movie described as “a sensual, intoxicating piece of cinema that uncovers deep truths about the moments that define us, the people who shape us most, and the ache of love that can last a lifetime.”
Janelle Monae makes her film debut and ‘House of Cards‘ star Mahershala Ali makes an appearance in this production based on the play ‘In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue’ by Tarell McCraney.
Lawd! Staring at these mens is going to have me salivating all day at work. It’s been a minute since a TasteeTreasures.com order has come to my door step; but, whenever you need a piece to tease bae, to hit the pool, or just because your body looks GOOD Tastee is where I always tell my friends to swipe their card.
Where do they find these models!? *throws boxer briefs*
Atlanta-based brand BDesmone.com prices start at $1.99 and express shipping helps ensure your order arrives in time so bae can nibble on his treat. Check out some of the pieces – and the men modeling them – in the photos below.
Back injuries, holes in his arms, and grieving the 49 lives lost in Pulse Orlando – Tony Marrero has a long journey to recovery. While production continues MTV will release multiple clips from ‘True Life: We Are Orlando‘ on its social media.
Spotlighted in the August 15 episode are Tony Marrero, Joshua McGill, Patience Carter, and Tiara Parker. Marrero faces a long road to recovery after being shot four times, including once in the back, while also dealing with the loss of his best friend, who died that night. McGill was one of many heroes that night as he fled to the back of the club to help a man in need and helped save him. Carter and Parker were on vacation from Philadelphia and ended up hiding the bathroom throughout the shooter’s three-hour standoff with police.
“Over 50 different drinks, upscale soul food tapas and MORE!” says @PuffLoungeAtlanta on Instagram.
The ‘Love & Hip Hop:Atlanta’ star held interviews for bartenders, hostesses and managers late last month and the job posting required applicants to be camera ready for filming, even requiring a headshot with your resume listing at least 2-years experience. Too much or nah?
Undetectables Atlanta founder Daniel Driffin will speak at 4 pm Eastern time on Wednesday (July 27)!
The Democratic National Convention is this week in Philadelphia and Hillary Clinton’s campaign just announced – for the first time in 16 years – an openly HIV-positive LGBT advocate will join Human Rights Campaign President Chad Griffin and transgender advocate Sarah McBride to discuss needs of our community.
Jaron Benjamin of Housing Works in New York described Driffin thusly: “He’s a 30 year old gay black man living with HIV, and a great public speaker. He will enter Morehouse School of Medicine’s MPHA program in the fall and has served as a Georgia Equality Youth HIV Policy Advisor. He was recently part of a PBS segment on the HIV epidemic in Atlanta. He’s also a founder of “Undetectables Atlanta,” a group of over 400 gay/bisexual men with HIV, and is also a founder of ThriveSS, a non-profit service organization serving the same population. he also serves as co-chair of the Task Force to End AIDS in Fulton County, Georgia.