Don lemon only black gay anchor
Don Carlton Lemon is a prominent, award-winning black television anchor in the United States. In , he publicly came out as a gay man. In so doing, he became the most prominent African American journalist to announce his sexual orientation and was immediately considered a major role model for other gay men of color. Lemon was born on March 1, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana to a single working mother. His father, known only as Mr. As an adult, Lemon reported that at the age of five he was sexually abused by a teenage male neighbor.
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And maybe he can be coaxed into it. But he still needs persuading, since it is a known thing that dessert is one of the principal sacrifices of people who regularly appear on TV. But he relents, because Don Lemon is not the kind of guy who will make you eat dessert alone. I look up and down the menu and suggest that the sorbet looks promising, given his totally understandable criteria. He leans in, big warm smile, not wanting to correct me, but needing to: "Sorbette," he says, like a news anchor.
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Many international television personalities are really coming out about their true sexuality. Donald Davis Lemon, a CNN anchor who is known by the stage name Don Lemon has just joined the league of gay reporters who are not ashamed to go public with who they are. Don made this known to the public in his new book titled Transparent, an autobiography where he ex-rayed the trauma he had to endure as a growing child, which included sexual abuse, discrimination among the black community, homophobia and his perpetual estrangement from his birth father. Don is a popular African-American television personality and a professional journalist who is best known for his program Tonight with Don Lemon on CNN.
Skip to this video now. Play Video. Kevin Hart says he's not hosting the Oscars this year. The actor told "GMA" he is "over" the controversy surrounding his past homophobic comments and slurs that forced him to step down from the hosting gig. DeGeneres urged Hart to reclaim the Oscars hosting job but he has reportedly decided not to host Hollywood's biggest awards show.