Last week, I participated in National Public Radio’s News & Notes’ roundtable on sex and sexuality the Black community.

The segment was tape with friend and host Farai Chideya and featured community 19-year-old Mark Corece, co-founder of DePaul University’s ActOut, and Vallerie Wagner, a 48-year-old member of Amnesty International’s OUTfront.

Following that story, News & Notes spoke with Tadhi Coulter and his partner, Timothy Daniels, two Black gay men in a committed relationship. One is HIV-positive, the other isn’t.  As part of News & Notes’ "Sex and Sexuality" series, they talk to Farai Chideya about love, safety, and Standing-N-Truth, the HIV/AIDS educational organization the couple co-founded.

Click below to hear the segments.

Challenge of Being Black and Gay Spans Generations

One Black Gay Couple Navigate Love and HIV