Do you think it was an accurate representation of the gay black male experience? I recently viewed some episodes on DVD. The writing and acting were pretty amateurish and laughable, but it seemed like a well-intentioned attempt to showcase a subpopulation of gay men that hadn't been showcased previously. On a totally shallow note, some of the guys were really cute, especially the guys who played Noah's and Alex's bfs.
[quote]Do you think it was an accurate representation of the gay black male experience?
Miss, with all due respect, I have my own problems.
That show was over flowing with texturizer.
I loved the show for the Sex & City feel of it, but what do I know. I'm a straight black chick.
Way too many nelly guys. Made it seem like relationships are all about nelly guys getting with ultra-masculine ones.
I miss the show, but the acting was pretty bad. Had a soap vibe to it, but it did give us an opportunity to see black gay out characters on TV. The movie was pretty good too.
It was a low budget disaster about gay black people. Of course everybody hated it, because it didn't met the high expectations of anybody who considers to have taste and takes every representation of gay people so very personal.