Anonymous asked: Hey! I've been following you for a while and I really like a lot of what you have to say. I would like your opinion on something that I've noticed recently. I hardly ever watch porn. It wasn't until recently that I started giving it a side eye and I noticed a trend of fetishizing of Black men. What's your opinion on this? Has this been a basic standard for porn? It is 2014, why are they treated like basic beasts? I'm a girl and I'm not Black, so my opinion on this means nothing.
Well first of all, porn objectifies everything and everyone equally. Porn doesn’t respect anyone, so I don’t think Black people are being singled out in terms of what kind of content that is being produced.
What’s happened in the last 5-6 years is an explosion of the “white cuckold/BBC craving white women” culture (I don’t know if it has an official name)… but that culture has exploded in real life and it really doesn’t have that much to do with the professional porn industry.
Race in America is a funny thing and its unlike any other country on Earth from what I’ve read/seen/observed. The way we obsess over race and the differences between cultures.
For centuries there’s been this tension between American whites and American Blacks, the taboo-ness that our culture has created, and that taboo is being embellished and exploited sexually. The unsavory parts of racial stereotypes have been embellished and exaggerated because it makes the fantasy and sex better.
He just can’t be a Black man you want to have sex with. He has to be a hyper masculine, extremely well hung bull with contempt for white men.
The white women simply can’t be chicks into Black guys. They have to be insatiable dick hungry wives who are willing to reverse slavery roles and allowed to be ‘raped’ and treated like Black men’s property.
The white men simply can’t be husbands who like to swing. They have to be pathetic and weak and have little dicks and marvel at the sexual prowess of Black men.
The entire culture is about distorting reality and exaggerating everything to the 50th power and playing off of it for the fantasy.
When I very first discovered all of this I was into it, but the more I experienced it the more it kind of made me uncomfortable. It’s corny and lame.
I’m not offended by it….. I’m just not into it.
If a white bitch wanna fuck me, just say you wanna fuck. We don’t need all that extra shit.
agatha-crispies asked: What is the image on that woman's shirt/dress/thing? I don't recognise it
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