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Watch CNN Anchor Don Lemon’s First Interview After Publicly Coming Out

by David Badash on May 16, 2011

in Coming Out,Gay Agenda,Media,News

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CNN primetime anchor Don Lemon, who came out via a New York Times article that profiles the journalist and his upcoming memoir, publicly discusses his homosexuality, what it’s like to come out gay as a black man, growing up as a child of abuse, and his dedication of the book to the New Jersey teen who succumbed to suicide, Tyler Clementi, in this first on-air interview since the Times article.

(Hat tip: Towleroad.)

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don May 20, 2011 at 6:55 am

What does black have to do with it?

Rhonda May 20, 2011 at 8:18 pm

Read the book. There is a huge stigma among African Americans regarding homosexuality. That was/is a huge obstacle for the author and African Americans alike.

Phoebe May 20, 2011 at 8:33 pm

I'm sorry, but didn't you watch the interview? Don Lemon said there is a HUGE stigma among black people about homosexuality, particularly regarding males. He said for black males, being gay is "the worst thing you could be." It's an unavoidable message that is passed down thru generations.
When someone is being honest and "transparent," it's important to PAY ATTENTION and have empathy with him/her. It doesn't appear you were paying attention to what he was saying. Thank you.

Melissa May 20, 2011 at 8:12 pm

Wasn't he married?

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