Pride Month may be over but there’s still room for celebration! We’re celebrating one year since the publication of Olumide Popoola’s amazing debut novel When We Speak of Nothing, a book that captures what it’s like to be young, black and queer.
Why aren’t we telling the stories of queer black men?
If there are no role models where do you look to? If the whole world tells you you are one thing how do you escape? Especially when this thing is more than not overloaded with negative connotations, rendering you a threat foremost?