Viktor Kerney

Viktor Kerney

At a Glance:

Viktor Kerney has been a Project Contributor since August 2011, has written 69 entries and currently lives in Los Angeles.


Viktor Kerney is a writer, blogger and activist. He serves as the Co-chair of the Jordan Rustin Coalition, an organization devoted to the empowerment of the LGBT African American community in Greater Los Angeles. Viktor is also the Assistant Director of Residential Education overseeing Student Development and Leadership at the University of Southern California. In his spare time, he runs the blog "Maybe It's Just Me..." ( where he talks about life, politics, comic books, horror movies and the LGBT movement. Viktor currently resides in Los Angeles with his partner, Jamie.

Viktor Kerney: Recently Filed

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New Documentary Explores Gay Rights, the Black Community

Filed by Viktor Kerney | February 26, 2014 | 3:30 PM | comments

A new documentary from award-winning filmmaker and journalist Yoruba Richen gives us a real look at gay rights, homophobia, and the black community.Read More

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The Top 5 Civil Rights Faux Pas in Arizona

Filed by Viktor Kerney | February 25, 2014 | 1:00 PM | comments

Think Arizona's anti-LGBT "right to discriminate" bill is the state's first civil rights faux pas? Think again. Read More

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Aaron Schock Gay Rumors: Fact or Fiction?

Filed by Viktor Kerney | January 05, 2014 | 1:30 PM | comments

This type of high school drama is truly beneath us. What good does it do for the movement or our community?Read More

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The Top 10 Lies the Black Church Tells About Being Gay

Filed by Viktor Kerney | November 14, 2013 | 1:30 PM | comments

It's time to address the myths many LGBT people continue to hear in the black church. Here's a list of the top ten lies the black church tells about being gay, lesbian, or transgender.Read More


Are Protests and Boycotts Enough?

Filed by Viktor Kerney | October 11, 2013 | 1:00 PM | comments

With many of these recent boycotts and protests, it feels like there are no tangible results. Sure, they're drawing attention, but since when are we satisfied with just that?Read More