Story by Tristan Cabello, courtesy the Windy City Times:
In the early 1920s, African American LGBTs were integrated to Bronzeville's mainstream cul...
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Yes, the Down Low may have been a media catchphrase, but it compelled one black gay man (me) to turn that negative into a positive spotlight on same-gender-loving black people who openly live far away from the shadows of their communities.
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