Tagged “Black men”
This is what happens when you've allowed what the world expects of Black men to exist as your standard
No matter how many times heterosexual black men have proven to me that they didn’t give a shit whether I or anybody else was gay, I still clung to the believe like Shirley Caesar’s wig cling to her head
I'm a sensitive thug, and I need a hug. And a tissue.
In Jordan Peele's otherwise amazing Get Out, white women are still valued as fragile and occupy a unique cultural privilege
Issa and Molly have options, they just handle them in the messiest, most savage ways possible, which is why I related more to them than I did to Lawrence.
The answer is simple, really
Fighting The Power is a hollow concept without this recognition
I was getting the opportunity to put a ring on the finger of the most beautiful woman I'd ever known. If a Jordan cry face was the price I had to pay for all of that then sign me up.
Choose wisely, eat Popeye's.
Is there a contemporary Black male artist who could create an equally ambitious, vulnerable, and powerful landmark cultural moment?
We cannot remain silent considering the violence being done to our children. They should not have to go through what we went through
Just stop it. Please. Just stop.
With Determining And Accepting Racial Identity, Do Biracial Men Have It “Easier” Than Biracial Women?
Perhaps, because biracial men generally don’t feel these same beauty standard pressure that drives colorism, the journey of racial self-acceptance is an easier one for them
This conversation is ancient. And boring.
For Baron. And Lionel. And Coolio. And every character Wesley Snipes played in the late 80s and early 90s.