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22 January 2006

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Bernie

I hope that opens the eyes of those who think he's making a bad career move. For every homophobe he loses as a fan, there's a new gay fan thanking him for respecting us as an audience.

TheRevKev

Rod
I am really proud of the way you handle things on your site. It makes my soul happy to see the way you just shut it down AND lift it up.

I have known Raz-B/DeMario for ALL of his career and know him to be a wonderful young brother and it is JUST LIKE HIM to be bold enough, loving enough and open enough to show up at Pride and just do what he's SUPPOSED TO DO. He's a performer and he performs for the people--BLACK, WHITE, YOUNG OLD, GAY, STRAIGHT--and I am glad that we are talking about him.

Like Bernie says, I am looking forward to seeing who among us will really start supporting THOSE who support us. I am hurt and shamed to see that MARTHA WASH, RUPAUL, ULTRA NATE and OTHERS WHO SHOW UP AT PRIDE AND AIDS EVENTS, ALWAYS SHOWING LOVE!!!

It is time for US to put up or shut up!

algie

mad props go to u raz.b now thats a true man for you.somer older black men need to take heed and learn somthing

Tab

WHAT ABOUT THE REAL GAY ARTIST? DO WE SHADE THEM OUT?

Steven

Raz B was great at the club in DC I went to see him and try to get an interview and he was very open and willing to talk about why he was there and about homophobia in the music industry. If you want to hear it from him check out my podcast at www.PinkMafiaRadio.com

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