“Other Boys” is a 50-part documentary series showcasing the stories of a wide variety of queer men of color.Each episode spans five to seven minutes and centers on an individual subject who discusses his personal experience. If we had more resources this would not have been capped at 50, it would have been ongoing,” Corlette told NBC Out.In October 2016, oo Oo was crowned the early stage winner at the first ever GDI Spotlight competition, impressing the judges and voters with its unique gamified concept and heavyweight security features.Before the Spotlight event, we sat down with Minns to talk about his work in the dating industry, how new product oo Oo offers something different for today’s consumers, and why creating a lean & agile business is vital for someone entering the dating market late in the game.“We wanted to show, specifically with a lot of the transmen we interviewed, how different everyone’s life and experience is,” Corlette said.
I feel like I’m in a relationship with the world sometimes."Check out the clip below.
"I think the spotlight, that’s what happens when you're a public figure." "I've learned that there are many sides to a story, and that sometimes there are a lot of stories out there which are false, and the hardest thing is to not let the falsehoods affect your mind," he shared. That notion is -- look, the truth is that Taylor Swift and I are together and we're very happy," he said.
While Swift has remained relatively silent about her relationship with the English actor, now that they're Instagram official, surely it's only a matter of time before the two start sharing some adorable couple pics.
David Minns has established himself as one of the industry’s most exciting new entrepreneurs since landing on the scene a few years ago.
The entrepreneur has built his bootstrapped dating business, dm³ LTD, to house Platform Dating’s private white label web-based portfolio and new gamified mobile dating app oo Oo.
on Friday, and while he didn't mention the "Blank Space" singer directly as the cause for the increased obsession over his private life, he did reflect on a few things he's learned from the experience.