Sunday, February 25, 2018

Oiled Bros Twerking Together; White Supremacy and Black Homophobia; Fighting Homophobia In Africa

Oiled Bros Twerking Together

There really isn't an intelligent way to title something like this, so I'm going for obtuse with this one. It really is a kind of slow-witted humor, but I could be wrong about that.

In any event...

The gym can be an awfully sexualized environment, but most of the tension brews under the surface.

Here's the rest. You can see these "oiled bros" doing their Internet twerking thing in a video. 

White Supremacy and Black Homophobia

Here's an interview with someone named George M. Johnson. He thinks that homophobia in the black community is a result of conditioning caused by white supremacy. 

Here's one question and answer...

What role do caucasians play in the homophobia that exists within the black community today? Do they have a responsibility to fix the problem?
As I stated prior, they are the colonizers. They told us how we needed to act in society and what was acceptable and what wasn’t based on the standards of how they set up the hierarchy of their own. I’m not concerned with them helping us to unlearn. We as community need to unlearn the systems they oppress us with. We can do that without their help, in my opinion.
Here's more. Of course he mentions nothing about the bible or religion. I have no comment, but you can read the comments and see how other people responded. 

Fighting Homophobia In Africa 

Here's how two brilliant women are working hard to fight homophobia in Africa, instead of blaming people with loaded racist statements. These women are working toward positive goals. 

Katlego has an ally in Adong Judith. She's a straight woman in Uganda who has made it her mission to stop the type of discrimination lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer (LGBTQ) people face in African nations, where homophobia runs rampant.

Here's the rest. These women are also the people I respect the most. 


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