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Black men are, unbelievably, expected to take these things as compliments and give our bodies to anyone who feels entitled to them. We are seen as absolutely nothing besides our dicks. Is that all we are? Is that all we can possibly be? If you are confused about how this could possibly be considered racist then please allow me to explain. Racial fetishism is when someone racially or ethnically stereotypes a person or culture from a different race or ethnic group to their own by objectifying their bodies to characteristics that are stereotypically connected to them.
All of these preconceived notions are problematic and they may not even be true. If a fetish is a sexual interest or desire in an object, material, or a body part, then herein lies the problem. The N-word is thrown around because we exercised our right to say no. Black gay men suffer enough racism on a regular basis, not to mention everything else we have to go through in our lives from the black community being notoriously rife with homophobia, being twice as likely to get HIV and being more likely to be diagnosed with mental health issues.
This is especially bad because as gay men we should be able to understand what it is like to be treated unfairly and differently for something beyond our control and we should be striving to eradicate inequality within our community. The bodies of black males have been depicted negatively since the early s, initially portrayed as overly sexualised, animalistic and sexually aggressive with enormous penises in porn and print media. The focus on the black male penis allows dehumanisation of the man with a reduction of his entirety to a single body part. To some extent, not much has changed today — within mainstream media and porn we are still misrepresented most of the time as hypersexual, hypermasculine, aggressive thugs with massive, muscular bodies.
Porn and racial fetishism are definitely interlinked and this type of problematic porn is a symptom of the fetishism in society because it works as a cycle — it black dick fetish whoever watches it, and perpetuates age-old stereotypes. How do we break this cycle? If you let this happen then you are a big part of the problem. Non-black men who fetishise us need to listen to us and understand our frustration and anger, rather than not caring about what we have to say and going from one black man to the next. Diversity in sex and relationships is a clear indication of how progressive society has become but if you are dating outside of your race because you think another race has particular physical characteristics different from your own then you need to learn that this is wrong.
You should be attracted to someone because of who they are as a person and because you find them attractive regardless of their race. If this is the case and they just so happen to be from a different race then that means you genuinely respect them, care about them and find them beautiful. Pornographic film studios need to make films that are more realistic and make us black dick fetish human.
Not every single black man is exactly the same mentally and physically. We are not all thugs, we do not all have big black cocks and we do not all have muscles. We are multidimensional, we have personalities, we have brains and we have emotions, just like everyone else. Read all the articles from FSBlack dick fetish
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