Community or Impunity? Oppressors in Queers-Clothing.

As most BIPOC people are aware, systematic discrimination continues to be a part of the very black, brown, and rainbow fabric of—wait for it—the LGBTQ community.  Racism and transphobia in the queer community?! Oh my! said no one. There’s no question the Trump era has exposed under-and-overlying bigotry or at least the undeniable apathy towardsContinue reading “Community or Impunity? Oppressors in Queers-Clothing.”

Womxn of Color in TV History: Actor, Director, & Humanitarian: Phylicia Rashad.

Taste ATL: The Series is honoring Womxn of Color in TV History for Womxn’s History Month! Phylicia Rashad (Singer, Actor, Director, Humanitarian). Rashad, who received Emmy Award nominations in 1985 and 1986 for her role as Claire Huxtable on The Cosbys has been dubbed the “Mother of the Black Community.” She was the First BlackContinue reading “Womxn of Color in TV History: Actor, Director, & Humanitarian: Phylicia Rashad.”

Role Play: LGBTQ Actor Keishia “Real”Gordon on Edible Podcast.

This Wednesday we get a taste of “CJ” from Taste ATL: The Series! Join us for Role Play on @Lezcronymz’s Edible Podcast as we get to know actor & musician Keishia “Real” Gordon (@realgotvibes)! Reak plays the “fine ass stem” CJ on the new series that celebrates Queer Womxn of Color. Like most pretty studsContinue reading “Role Play: LGBTQ Actor Keishia “Real”Gordon on Edible Podcast.”

Connected For The Culture: How QT Black Creators Build Through The Pandemic.

Q/T Black Creators Are the Blueprint. Culture, music and aesthetics influence queer scenes, film and nightlife around the world. While the world loves Black culture, we know the fight for Black liberation and justice for our people is a daily struggle. Black creatives are visionaries who build spaces that provide Black communities an escape, aContinue reading “Connected For The Culture: How QT Black Creators Build Through The Pandemic.”

Womxn of Color in TV History: QWOC Writer & Director Lyshae Rollins.

Lyshae Rollins (she/her) is a multi-faceted entertainer and producer paving the way for QWOC in TV! Originally from the South side of Chicago, she is a powerhouse of talent. Music artist, writer, producer, and CEO of Rollins Mediaverse are just a few of the many hats she wears. Rollins latest production Taste ATL: The SeriesContinue reading “Womxn of Color in TV History: QWOC Writer & Director Lyshae Rollins.”

New Series Celebrates QTPOC Sexuality, Relationships, & the Atlanta LGBTQ Scene .

ATLANTA, Georgia, March 1, 2021. There’s a new series in the gayborhood and it’s unapologetically black and queer. Taste ATL: The Series is a colorful and comedic drama that brings to light and challenges LGBTQ relationship stereotypes to provide a new spectrum and healthy insight into the exploration of sexuality. The show is fun andContinue reading “New Series Celebrates QTPOC Sexuality, Relationships, & the Atlanta LGBTQ Scene .”

Women’s History Month: Our Favorite Womxn of Color in TV History.

Who are your favorite Womxn of Color in TV History? Taste ATL: The Series  is celebrating the womxn who have influenced us through television and media for Womxn’s History Month!  We’ll be asking the cast who their faves are too! Let’s #breakthescreen and show off the magically melanated womxn who paved the way and continueContinue reading “Women’s History Month: Our Favorite Womxn of Color in TV History.”

This Week: Lezcronymz Takes Over Play Out NYC LIVE.

Lezcronymz is taking over No Filter Thursday on Play Out NYC February 25th @ 7PM ET! Join Lezcronymz CEO, Fame Neal, and CEO/Writer/Director Lyshae Rollins of the upcoming LGBTQ series Taste ATL: The Series premiering on February 26th! Plus! Actors Alex Aldrich who plays Erica and Summer Finley who plays Raine will be joining us to discussContinue reading “This Week: Lezcronymz Takes Over Play Out NYC LIVE.”