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Here’s a parody video of the controversial “I’m not GAY no more” video that seemed to upset straights and gays alike. For some reason people have a hard time believing a gay man can turn his life around and decide not to give in to his unnatural urges.

If you notice, the criticism and outrage is almost entirely aimed at black gay men who convert back to heterosexual.

Society seems to have an easier time dealing with black men who are gay or cross dressers. They’d rather see strong black men as limp wrested caricatures of what black men should be.

So when a gay black man decides to turn his life around and go straight, he is met with hatred and mistrust. Black women like this one here question his sincerity — as if it’s so difficult to believe that a man wants to be what he was born to be: a man.

Watch the parody and the original videos below.

Laverne Cox covers Time magazine

This week’s TIME magazine features a black transsexual actor as part of the media’s ongoing Gay Agenda campaign to normalize homosexuality and compare the LGBT community to the black man’s struggle for civil rights.

The media’s “Gay is the New Black” agenda aggressively targets the black community who they believe is the most homophobic and anti-gay segment of society.

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NCAA Player Announces He's Gay

According to Flex, Massachusetts sophomore G Derrick Gordon kicked open the closet door by announcing he is gay. Gordon becomes the first openly gay player in Division I men’s basketball.

Gordon follows on the heels of other openly gay athletes including Missouri All-American Michael Sam and Jason Collins, water boy for the Brooklyn Nets.

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Gay Troops Perform Drag Show On American Military Base

American gay and lesbian troops stationed in Japan performed in the first ever drag show on a U.S. military base.

The gay and lesbian troop members performed in drag — wearing full makeup, heels and wigs — while lip syncing to hit songs such as “I Wanna Dance with Somebody” at the Kadena Air Base in Japan, Theweek.com reports.

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Jason Collins

Jason Collins, the 35-year-old Brooklyn Nets bench rider who is noteworthy for who he has sex with, presented his jersey to the family of Matthew Shepherd last night. The significance of this is that Collins wore #98 on his jersey — the year that Shepherd, a Wyoming college student, was killed in 1998 because he was gay.

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Pastor James David Manning

A Harlem pastor is under attack from gay rights groups for his controversial claims about the president of the United States.

Pastor James David Manning used the signage in front of his ATLAH World Missionary Church to blast President Obama for releasing “The Homo Demons On The Black Man.”

The signage continues: “Look Out Black Woman. A White Homo May Take Your Man.”

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Frank Ocean

Rapper T-Pain is accusing the hip hop community — specifically rappers — of blacklisting singer Frank Ocean because of his sexual preference.

In an open letter on his Tumblr blog in 2012, Ocean wrote that he had “unrequited feelings” for another man. But rather than accept him with open arms, the hip hop community quietly turned their backs on the 26-year-old songwriter (no pun intended). T-Pain suggested other rappers were discriminating against Ocean by not featuring him on their tracks.

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Michael Sam

A college football All-American SEC Defensive Player of the Year came out publicly for the first time in an interview published on the NY Times website on Sunday.

Michael Sam, above right, a 24-year-old defensive lineman for the University of Missouri, came out to his teammates during a team building exercise at a preseason football practice last year. When it was Sam’s turn to speak, he nervously balled up a piece of paper in his hands, and said, “I’m gay.”

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Nicole Maines A Maine judge says a school was wrong to bar a boy dressed up as a girl from using the girl’s restroom.

Nicole Maines, now 16, was in the fifth grade when school administrators ordered him to use a unisex restroom after another student objected.

The Maine Supreme Judicial Court ruled Thursday that transgender persons (not just school kids) should have access to any public accommodations of their choosing.

This means that any male who believes he is a female has the right to share the women’s restroom at a restaurant even if he is not wearing female attire.

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Zhukova Dasha

A gay artist from Russia has responded to the controversy surrounding Garage magazine’s photo of a white, female editor-in-chief sitting on a “black woman” chair. Editor-in-chief of Garage magazine, Dasha Zhukova, sparked outrage on social media when the photo was posted on Jan. 20, which was Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Many accused Zhokova of being racially insensitive.

NY-based Russian artist and gay activist Alexander Kargaltsev responded to the controversy with his own image of a “chair” featuring a white man on his back with his legs in the air. Do not click the link if you are offended by nudity.

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Evander Holyfield

Former heavyweight boxing champ Evander Holyfield says being gay is not normal and he compared the sexual behavior to a handicap that needed fixing.

Holyfield, 51, made the controversial statements to reality star Luisa Zissman in the UK Celebrity Big Brother 2014 house in London, England, the Huffington Post reports.

Holyfield and Zissman were discussing gay boxers going public with their sexuality. “What would be good about it?” Holyfield asked. “That ain’t normal.”

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Home Depot

A Georgia woman was taken to a hospital for treatment of injuries after she sat in glue on a toilet seat at a Home Depot. Emergency technicians were called in to remove the woman from the toilet seat. Afterwards, a store manager found a brown paper bag with a bottle of Loctite GO2 glue inside the bathroom. Almost immediately, skeptics accused the woman of glueing herself to the toilet seat in hopes of a big payday. Loctite GO2 glue is described as “construction grade super glue, usually only available online.”

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