Dustin Lance Black (born 1974) is an American screenwriter, director, film, television producer, and LGBT rights activist. He has won an Academy Award and two Writers Guild of America Awards for his work on the television series Big Love and the 2008 film Milk.


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Someone who wants to make a quick buck evidently sold these sex photos of Black and Perez Hilton decided to publish both the censored and uncensored photos. Hilton also says he is told there is a video to go with it. In the pictures, Dustin Lance Black is send giving oral sex to his partner and letting the guy screw him without a condom. I hope they were both tested first! The photos all have a 2006 time stamp on them, so if that’s correct then this all went down when Milk was simply a gleam Black’s eye.

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Black had first visited San Francisco in the early 1990s and was inspired by city supervisor Harvey Milk’s representation of the gay community while diagnoses of AIDS among gay people were increasing. He had first viewed Rob Epstein’s documentary The Times of Harvey Milk when he was in college, and thought, “I just want to do something with this, why hasn’t someone done something with this?” Researching Milk’s life for three years, Black met with Milk’s former aides Cleve Jones and Anne Kronenberg, as well as former San Francisco Mayor Art Agnos, and began to write a feature film screenplay encompassing the events of Milk’s life. The screenplay was written on spec, but Black showed the script to Jones, who passed it on to his friend Gus Van Sant, who signed on to direct the feature. Black is an old friend of Milk producer Dan Jinks, who signed on to the biopic after he called Black to congratulate him and discovered that the project did not have a confirmed producer. On February 22, 2009, Black won the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for Milk at the 81st Academy Awards. He wore a White Knot to the ceremony as a symbol of solidarity with the marriage equality movement.

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