And school isn't the only place they've been hassled for their lifestyle.
Back in September, CL interviewed Poulin, Alston, Leonard and their roommate Eric LaPrince for "Victim of Hate," a cover piece about recent crimes perpetrated against members of Atlanta's LGBT community. The boys, who share an apartment in East Lake, were harassed on several occasions — their front door kicked in, their cars stolen and vandalized — by a group of neighborhood kids and teens, and just for being gay. The Vibe article makes no mention of their trials at East Lake, focusing mostly on the boys' feelings of disenfranchisement at school. “We know our lives aren’t really reflective of the Morehouse gay black experience,” Alston told Vibe. “And Morehouse has enough issues dealing with just the gay community. They don’t know what to do with us.”
Click here to read the Vibe piece in its entirety.
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