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To be a conscious, black gay man trying to date in the LGBT community is to be a masochist.
We expect the experience will be stressful and tedious, but we participate anyway, hoping the next time will be different. From objectification to blatant racism, the types of messages gay black men receive on dating apps run the gamut—and it’s getting worse.
In the article “Trump’s America, Racism on Gay Dating Apps is Getting Worse,” journalist Nico Lang spoke with a number of queer people of color and found that “slurs, threats, and rejection are driving many [of them] to retreat further into romantic defeat and isolation.” White readers might ask themselves: “Is it really that bad? Two weeks ago, I messaged someone with a friendly, innocuous “hello.” He replied by calling me a nigger and writing in all caps, “HAIL TRUMP!
” I won’t take the time right now to unpack the issue of racism in the gay community disguised as “sexual preferences” (but you can do your own reading here, here, and here).
I will, however, discuss why the messages black gay men are receiving are problematic and in poor—if not ignorant—taste.
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These are the icing atop the city and region’s annual pride celebrations, weekly bashes in bars across the Gayborhood and cutting-edge performing arts with LGBT twists.Here’s a look at the best events of 2018 — including a rundown by night, week and month — in the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection.LGBT filmmakers from all over the world descend on Philadelphia venues — including the Kimmel Center (shown) — to attend screenings during q Flix. Kennedy for Visit Philadelphia) q FLIX Philadelphia welcomes independent LGBT filmmakers from around the globe to screen more than 70 films and attend celebrity-studded events.New in 2018: Plays & Players Theatre as headquarters and seven days of screenings.More about q FLIX Philadelphia Diners nosh for a great cause on April 19 during Dining Out for Life.Close to 200 restaurants around the city donate 33 percent of every breakfast, lunch and dinner bill to Action Wellness, a nonprofit organization that helps people living with chronic illnesses — including HIV/AIDS — in Greater Philadelphia.The day also includes a food truck pop-up on April 14 in the heart of the Gayborhood at lunchtime and, new this year, a beer garden in partnership with Yards Brewing Company.More about dining out for life Happy hour mixers and discussion panels are just some of the events designed to celebrate the LGBT African-American community during Philly Black Pride. Ricketts for Visit Philadelphia) Philadelphia Black Pride encompasses five days of activities aimed at spotlighting and empowering the LGBT African-American community.Taking place across the city and timed to coincide with the Penn Relays, events run the gamut from discussion panels and happy hour mixers to concerts, art shows and community picnics.More about philadelphia black gay pride Participants unfurl the world's largest rainbow flag and march during New Hope Celebrates’ Pride Festival. Fusco for Visit Philadelphia) Now in its 15th year, the three-day New Hope Celebrates’ Pride Festival is known for a Pride Parade that brings the world’s largest rainbow flag from the New Jersey side of the Delaware River in Lambertville to the New Hope & Lambertville Bridge to New Hope, Bucks County, for a fair featuring international entertainers and family fun.More about New Hope Celebrates’ Pride Festival The Philadelphia Dyke March draws hundreds for a proud march through Center City that spotlights Philly’s lesbian community and their allies.