Black masculinity has been historically wrapped up in racist and sexist narratives of gender. Here's some work that nuances and challenges those narratives.
Years ago I did a post on things that made me judge people and those things do still make me question folks. But sometimes it doesn't take a whole action to give me pause. Sometimes it's commonly used phrases and/or cliches that invoke the side-eyer deep within. Like, I ain't got no worries. A phrase made … Continue reading I Ain’t got No Worries [and other phrases that make me side eye]