BrotherhoodTV is a new web-based talk series that debuted in July. The show features six young Black and Latino gay men from the Boston area, discussing current events and offering a youth perspective.
Twenty-one-year-old co-creator Amir tells Darian Aaron that the show "fearlessly celebrate[s]" LGBT youth. "My goal through this show is to let other young Black and Latino Gay and Bisexual men know that they are beautifully made, and that it is imperative that they stand in their truth. But above all it is important that they know they aren’t alone.”
New episodes are posted weekly. The August 29 episode is scheduled to focus on Darian Aaron's new book When Love Takes Over: A Celebration of SGL Couples of Color, which profiles 18 Black gay couples in long-term relationships.
Bravo to the hosts for their new project and having some initiative ... and for having the courage to be open, honest and discussing their lives. The two most recent eps of BrotherhoodTV focus on relationships, sex and dating. Watch them AFTER THE JUMP ...