Fancy suggests queer youths follow her example for coming out by telling family from 3,000 miles away and working hard to be a strong representation of the community.
Even though Black Hat's family always knew she was queer, certain aspects of her sexual identity still caused them some confusion.
Like many queer black youths, Young Tef had a difficult time coming out to her strict, religious family.
Always a tomboy who knew she was gay, Shrea came out at 14 years old --when her sister told their mom she was talking dirty to another girl on the phone.
At around 13 years old, Milan first came out to his younger brother, and he never looked back.
Miles weighs in on the double standard he faces in his relationship with Milan, compared to female same-sex relationships on the Love & Hip Hop.
Fizz unpacks how the fans and cast reacted to Miles and Milan's relationship on Love & Hip Hop.
DMC thinks that all types of discrimination are more of a reflection on society as a whole and calls out the hypocrisy of homophobia in the hip-hop community.