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Living Uncaged: How Black Queer Public Figures Are Navigating Sex and Relationships

Juan Smalls says he simply wanted to be liberated. As one half of the highly visible married couple known by many as Juan & Gee and the owners of Virgil’s Gullah Kitchen and Bar in College Park, along with the non-profit The Gentlemen's Foundation—this Atlanta Black, gay power couple raised more than a few eyebrows after revealing that they’re in a non-monogamous marriage in the pages of Gee Smalls’ memoir “Black Enough Man Enough.” The spiritual and emotional capacity for th

MUST WATCH: 'Black Enough Man Enough Live' Tackles 'Consensual Non-Monogamy' In SGL Couples

Atlanta power couple Juan and Gee Smalls kicked their transparency up a notch on Tuesday evening during the final installment of Black Enough Man Enough Live, a virtual conversation in support of Gee Smalls' new memoir Black Enough Man Enough. You can watch our interview with Smalls about his new release here. The couple was joined by openly gay relationship and sex therapist Machel Hunt as they discussed their journey navigating what Hunt describes as "consensual non-monogam

Coupled Up: Brandon & Blair Dottin-Haley

Since inception, Living Out Loud 2.0 has made it our mission to elevate the lives and stories of Black same gender loving men, especially those of us in committed relationships. That's why we're thrilled to relaunch our popular "Coupled Up" series on our new platform. Make no mistake about it, representation matters. The best tool we have towards dismantling stereotypes and combating homophobia, both internally and externally, is by owning our power and telling our own storie

 
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Living Out Loud 2.0 aims to be the go-to online destination for the best in aggregated and original content created specifically for the African-American LGBTQ+ community.

 

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