You don’t have to be a black gay or bisexual man to write for us at blackgayblog.com. But it helps to know our core audience well and what will appeal to them. Of course, we welcome articles by and about same-gender-loving men of colour. But we also accept material from anyone who cares about the health and general wellbeing of this group of men as much as we do. Students and teachers or anyone who can help us to educate our readers on a range of topics outside of our team’s expertise are welcome. We want to create a top-quality online resource for groups of LGBT men who often lack proper access to health, information, and other resources, and your input could make all the difference. We’d love to reach out to professors or PhD students, for example, and source your expert opinion for articles or interviews. If our online health and lifestyle portal can be of value to just one isolated BLGBT person, their family or friends, we would have partly achieved our stated aim in setting up blackgayblog.com.