Talk about feeding the homeless at Skid Row through the Beatrice Foundation. I had to look up to the people around me and who I can relate to. She related a story of discouraging her lover from talking to a neighborhood teenage girl to avoid any accusation that they were attempting to seduce children, a common heterosexual stereotype of homosexuals. Why would you feel free enough to say that to African-American gays? Women were also asked whether racism affected their friendships with Whites in any way.
In June , Williams moved to Los Angeles to pursue her acting dreams, and she has turned them into a reality. While Stephen King called Snoop, The Wire's murderous gang enforcer, played by Felicia "Snoop" Pearson, an openly gay black woman whose life story inspired the role, "perhaps the most terrifying female villain to ever appear in a television series," one of the show's most likable characters is Kima Greggs, a hard-working black lesbian detective. Why would you feel free enough to say that to African-American gays? She did not know any of the women prior to the interviews.