Trying to dissect the fluidity of male sexual desire
Trying to dissect the fluidity of male sexual desire:
In relation to this issue:
I believe that Mister Cee’s sexuality is a personal matter, one he must reckon with himself and his wife. But Charlamagne’s co-host Angela Yee took the position widely held by heterosexual women—that closeted bisexual men are a health hazard, exposing trusting women to AIDS and more. While I’m not dismissive of those concerns, particularly in a marriage, where condom use is expected to be abandoned, I do know that we heterosexual Black women don’t exactly offer safe spaces for bisexual men to express their desires.
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“we heterosexual Black women don’t exactly offer safe spaces for bisexual men to express their desires.”
But white women do, or something?
Not likely. Though I rarely hear white women in the throes of horror over white men being secretly gay (unless they’re mad that the only decent man they know is gay, and thus unavailable to them). I could be wrong, though.
Now you know good and well that White women are unilaterally vessels of love, peace and acceptance. Every last one of them!
No they don’t. But if I remember correctly, the author was addressing the audience of a black-oriented site.
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