This, of course, led to a broader conversation surrounding homosexuality in general. The comment sections across various sites, including Clutch Magazine where the story was first reported, exploded with polarizing commentary, once again proving that the LGBT community and marriage equality are still hot button issues in Black America, especially when placed in the context of a traditionally, masculine Greek fraternity that proudly call themselves “Pretty Boys.”
One thing is clear from this video, these two men have the support of a lot of people who clearly love and support them. I was so happy to see the children who were allowed to participate.
This proves the point that it's not just black women who support gay, black men - despite the fact that many may not understand it, it's clear from this video that there are a lucky few who have friends and family members who still support it.