Wyatt O'Brian Evans

Wyatt O'Brian Evans

About Wyatt O'Brian Evans

Mr. Evans has reported and written for print and on line media outlets including the Huffington Post, The Washington Post, The Advocate, Bilerico, BaltimoreOUTloud, Washington Post, Baltimore Gay Life and the Washington Blade. His series of articles on issues such as Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse (IPV/A), Relationships, Depression, and Racism strongly resonate with the LGBTQ Community and its Allies. To read his work for HUFF PO, visit: https://huffingtonpost.com/wyatt-obrian-evans/ Mr. Evans has written an in-depth, multi-part and award-winning series on racism within the LGBTQ Community for Bilerico.. To have Mr. Evans write for your media outlet and organization also, please contact him using our contact form.
17 01, 2021

Old School New Kid 18

By |2021-01-11T16:23:42-05:00January 17th, 2021|Categories: guest|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

“BLACKS DO READ: KUUMBA, KUJICHAGULIA, AND UJAMAA” Guest Writer: W.D. Foster-Graham    When I embarked on my journey as a novelist, my first novel, Mark My Words, was 17 years in the making: five years to write it and another 12 to get it published. I was naïve, believing that traditional publishing was the only game in town. Tiffany [...]

8 01, 2021

Intimate Conversations, #1

By |2021-01-04T17:44:41-05:00January 8th, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

The WYATT! podcast is kicking off a new series entitled, “Intimate Conversations.”  Each of these episodes features a popular adult entertainer, who opens up about the pros and cons of the industry, his personal life, what motivates and drives him—and so much more! After contemplation and deliberation, I decided to present this series because adult entertainment can be an integral part of the [...]

1 01, 2021

Resolute About Your Resolutions?

By |2020-12-28T13:21:27-05:00January 1st, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

Uh-huh.  The New Year’s here. Hmmm…maybe, just maybe, 2021 will be all shiny and bright, and full of potential. And coming with the year ahead are all those ambitious, dramatic—and myriad--promises we make.     We vow (and fervently!), “This year’s gonna be different ‘cause THIS TIME,  I’m gonna stick to my New Year’s Resolutions!” [...]

20 12, 2020

HartStrings 5

By |2020-12-16T19:16:38-05:00December 20th, 2020|Categories: guest|2 Comments

“Political Trailblazer” Guest Writer: Bishop Hartsel Clifton Shirley America's current political state has the country waiting with bated breath for the first Black Vice President, Kamala Harris. Very few people know or even remember that not too long ago, there was a Black Gay man who was nominated for that position as well. [...]

13 12, 2020

Old School New Kid 17

By |2020-12-11T18:01:08-05:00December 13th, 2020|Categories: guest|Tags: , , , |1 Comment

"Playing It Forward"  Guest Writer: W.D. Foster-Graham      As an African American gay man of a certain age, I find that my definition of success has changed over the years. The dream I had so long ago of being a published author, writing the books I wanted to read, having readers who love my books, has come true. With that dream realized, [...]

7 12, 2020

Have Yo’self a Merry Little XMAS!

By |2020-12-04T20:04:37-05:00December 7th, 2020|Categories: blog|0 Comments

     Yes, it’s Christmas time!      Though for a large number of us this year, this usually joyous and festive holiday has turned out to be the exact opposite of what we thought, hoping, and planning it would be.      That’s because COVID-19, the global pandemic, has upended our lives in ways that were utterly inconceivable at the beginning of this year.  This virus looms [...]

26 11, 2020

The 29th’s the Date!

By |2020-11-25T22:36:00-05:00November 26th, 2020|Categories: blog|Tags: , |0 Comments

         Mark your calendar!  The 29th is the date that my new podcast, WYATT!, premieres!          WYATT! does a deep dive into those timely and critical issues that impact gay/SGL (Same-gender-loving) men—particularly ethnic guys who are men of a certain age.  I’ll have a diverse set of LGBTQ movers, shakers, and change agents joining the conversation.   And, guess what?  Well,  my sidekick, Madam Pussygalore Cockadoodledoo, will inject her hilarious [...]

22 11, 2020

I’m On the Board!

By |2020-11-28T13:21:57-05:00November 22nd, 2020|Categories: blog, ipva|Tags: , , |4 Comments

     Breaking News!  I’ve just been appointed to the National Trauma Education and Policy Board, as LGBTQ Community Chair.  This is a true privilege and honor.      A critical part of the National Trauma Education and Policy Board’s mission is to increase awareness and to educate the public about the impact and consequences of all forms of trauma.  The board also helps craft and recommend appropriate policy initiatives to assist [...]

18 11, 2020

The Mah-va-lous Debut of “WYATT!”

By |2020-11-14T11:10:23-05:00November 18th, 2020|Categories: blog|0 Comments

     Yo.  I’m hittin’ the airwaves again!      On Saturday, November 28, it’s the amazing debut of WYATT! , my new eponymous podcast.  My new internet radio show spotlights, explores, and dissects relevant, timely, and critical issues that impact gay/SGL (Same-gender-loving) gentlemen—with a focus on ethnic men of a certain age.  Of course, WYATT! resonates with the LGBTQ Community at large and its Allies.      Noteworthy and accomplished guests [...]

15 11, 2020

One Helluva (Perversely) Rich Tradition

By |2020-11-14T11:04:45-05:00November 15th, 2020|Categories: blog|0 Comments

It is one of the most sordid and shocking chapters that has ripped through U.S.  history. As a result, it’s hush-hush.  Unspoken.  Not talked about. Sooty and soiled, it’s secreted way back in the dark corners of the closet of American history. And the entrenched unwillingness to acknowledge it has resulted in a paucity of research.   This period of depravity is shrouded [...]

1 11, 2020

HartStrings 4: Before Pose

By |2020-10-25T21:43:16-04:00November 1st, 2020|Categories: guest|Tags: , , |1 Comment

"Before Pose" Guest Writer: Bishop Hartsel Clifton Shirley Pose is the current television program that unapologetically displays the lives of gay, lesbian and transgender individuals. For some of us, it’s just short of sacred as it helps to reveal the hidden lives, pains, heartbreaks, and joys of a segment of the population all too often overlooked, ignored--and even worse--forgotten. Mainstream television has [...]

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