Food Justice Wins →
inbtwnmyheadphones asked: To the Bois of the 2010-2011 calendar, if you don't mind me asking, what do you prefer to be addressed as?
Anonymous asked: I am a femme lesbian, who is attracted to bois. Because I fit the "straight girl" image, it's hard for me to date because most people would not assume I like girls and although I'm out and have no problem with my sexuality, it's still intimidating for me to ask a masculine girl out. What are your suggestions for a femme girl like me, to meet bois like you?
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Anonymous asked: when are you guys gonna upload the pics from your 2012 calendar release party???
SWEET. A list of Black Superheroes (wiki) →
TREATS FROM THE MODELS ON OUR HOMEPAGE ;) www.bklynboihood.com– www.bklynboihood.com
Message to the bois on Thanksgiving: Whether you have to go home to fam and “dress it up”, or you refuse to — and can’t go home, etc, remember you are special, you are beautiful. And we stand right here with you. We’ve all been there. We are your beloved community. xo www.bklynboihood.com
I’ve been colored. I’ve been negro. I’ve been so many things in my time, that’s...– Paul Mooney (via i-ate-jims-crow-with-hot-sauce)
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LGBTQ Practices in Pre-Colonial Africa →
fyeahafrica: The myth of exclusive heterosexuality in indigenous black/sub-Saharan Africa was widely diffused by the 94th chapter of Edward Gibbon’s Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire (1781). Referring to homosexual behavior, Gibbon wrote, “I believe and hope that the negroes in their own country were exempt from this moral pestilence.” Gibbon’s fond hope was based on neither travel to Africa...