Kiss & Tell Networks unites the community by tackling social topics through LGBT art, media, and events. Originally created as an LGBT dating and relationship panel in 2015, Kiss & Tell is designed to open the door and create a platform for unspoken yet necessary conversations and freely discuss topics the LGBT community experience. Many times, we see a division in our community, although we share the same acronym. From dating, character building, social and personal acceptance, to mental and physical health, Kiss & Tell encourages everyone to live in their truth.
This week Jayce & Kendall address the shooting that took place in Baton Rouge. As black men, how do the continued murders of our people effect the way we walk through life? How have the responses, including Wendy Williams and her views on HBCU and the NAACP, justifying or rationalizing what it ha...
Kiss & Tell Radio | This week on #KATradio Shar & Jayce talk the Presidential Debate (or whatever that was), at what point in your personal journey did you realize we realize we were living in our purpose? Our thoughts on college in 2016.
Kiss & Tell Radio | This week Jayce & Shar talk the last and final Presidential Debate, the new documentary addressing blacks and the economic business of mass incarceration, knowing who your dating, and thoughts on the nationally recognized "Spirit Day".