Meet Tyler Wilson, is bashful but wishes to branch out of his comfort zone.
Tyler wants to model in the show to gain experience because he is a shy person and he wants to help the community. Celebrating and not hating, according to Tyler, is a part of life. Life should always be celebrated and gay should not be viewed by the community as being unusual.
For more information on the Don’t Hate, Celebrate Fashion Show, click here. Use code “GayRVAVIP” to save $15 on VIP tickets to the event.
The largest paper in the city, the Richmond Times-Dispatch, honored one stand out citizen from RVA for the second year in a row today, and while mayor elect Levar Stoney took the big prize, Diversity Richmond’s President Bill Harrison was among those nominated. “I’m quite humbled I am one of the most blessed people I [...]