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***You've been warned***

From We are Respectable Negroes:
I am a bit of a prude. One of my standing rules for sex with women who are not "black" or "African-American" is that I am not interested in being some type of racially objectified object. I will not lay post-coitus with you and comment on the beauty of your good Asian/South Asian/Native American/Hispanic/or "White" Hair. Not my thing. I also would be repulsed if you started inserting "black" before the various demands and instructions you are whispering in my ear as we make the beast with two backs. Such utterances would totally take me out of my necessary mental space. The lingam would be distracted; the jade stalk would become sad

I will never be the Mandingo in the Mandingo Party. I am too short, not dark enough, insufficiently endowed, and would find something a bit off about the whole deal.

Would I go to one of these gatherings? Absolutely. Would I watch? Yup. Would I want to discretely use the hand sanitizer after leaving? Damn straight.
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Comments

  1. "She's a social worker."

    WHAT?!?!

    I can't finish. And this video basically ruined "Whole Lotta Love' for me.

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    1. Finish the video (I didn't think I could either). It's educational.

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  2. *sigh*

    You know...it took me 3 hours to finish this video. I kept getting up, drinking some tea, I did some laundry...just to make a clear somewhat intelligent comment.

    I'm speechless right now.
    I'll add something later.

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  3. Is it me, or does this dude sound like Elmer Fudd?

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  4. I will say that this is not surprising. (Nothing surprises me anymore) Racism and white supremacy are both fetishes in the undercover sex world. Some white women have fantasies about being conquered and even raped by black men. Some white men, as I've written in one of my old articles, fantasize about seeing black men rape white women. And some black men would take on the roles of the hypersexual black brutes.

    No matter what, in this world, racism is played in.

    And this is what I got from the first 15 minutes.

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  5. Leo Princess3/7/13, 9:39 PM

    Have you ever had your spirit scream, "OH HELL NO!" at you? I experienced that 1 minute in.

    I know they say different strokes for different folks, but yeeeesh!

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  6. Whoever didn't finish the vid needs to finish the vid. Trust me.

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  7. I finished the whole video, and my comment stands. Also, in the last part of my comment, I should've said, "And this is what I got from the first 15 minutes alone."

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  8. Okay I watched the whole thing. All I know is that there is a really heartbreaking emptiness in all of that. I don't think I could function with that kind of void in my life.

    I don't really know what else to say after watching that.

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  9. You know, after thinking about this, I feel kinda sorry for everyone involved. You can see in his eyes that he's unhappy and empty. And the fact that he gave up his black wife for this lifestyle is really sad. What kind of example is that for his daughter?

    What about STD's?
    And threat of violence and the police?

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    1. And the fact that he gave up his black wife for this lifestyle is really sad.

      Gave up? Or got dumped?

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    2. Though I don't look at porn,the idea of this man giving up his family for sex is selfish.As a kid of a single mom,that bugs me. I wonder do he think how this could impact his daughter or how much this tape could impact her if someone learn about it? Now he's a coward if I ever seen one!

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  10. I couldn't finish it.

    I need brain bleach for the part that I did watch. I hate VICE as an entity. I hate that it exists, and I hate what it represents. I saw their documentary on Liberia and it made me want to break my screen. I get that they purposefully find the worst in humanity put it out there for all to see. It's supposed to be "shocking" journalism but I just find it juvenile and lasy. And it's boring. *bangs head against desk.*

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  11. "Do you know how much a** I get?"

    If quantity is more important than quality...I guess dude.

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  12. Has no one realized that they are playing AFRICAN DRUMS throughout this "documentary?!?!" I see what they are doing and this is the reason I can't STAND Vice! And then that fat white chick calling her sex with black men "animalistic"...And every last one of those people looks a OLD. HOT. SMELLY. MESS. The "journalist" looks pretty disgusted throughout the entire thing, but I'm willing to bet he joined in a bit when the cameras stopped rolling. I'm 20 minutes in and...I can't...I just...I am ONLY watching this to the end because Ankhesen wouldn't have us watching this foolishness without making a point, so....*sigh* :(

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    1. Has no one realized that they are playing AFRICAN DRUMS throughout this "documentary?!?!"

      Sooooooooo glad someone else noticed this.

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  13. Okay, I just watched to the end and Art made sure to point out that white women were "the sluttier" women (as opposed to black women I am assuming). I kind of feel like he wanted that to be an empowering statement, but in light of the fact that he is allowing people to treat him like an animal/beast (and call him that to his face) I can't take his declaration seriously. From this video I learned that since this is the "fastest growing trend" in America, many old white people must be empty and lonely in their marriages and that they must not have much to do with their money. I also learned that you'd have to be a special kind of self-hating negro to participate in something like this..

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  14. ( I did finally finish it) I've never been to Florida but I know it's a hot bed of racial animosity from relatives and friends who reside/d there.

    We all know that "Segregated during the Day and Integrated at Night" was the motto during the Jim Crow era. So this is nothing Mandingo thing is nothing new. In "Letters from America" Alexis De Toqueville remarked that Virginia at the time, and this was the 1800's was filled with mixed race people, everywhere he looked, and Virginia was the original slave state. The way black bodies are fetishised as a projection of the white cultures baser instincts. They project it onto us as a way of indulging in it safely, to degrade us and elevate themselves. Physchologically, physically, and spiritually speaking here.

    The thing with the men is they probably see themselves as empowered sex workers.I would say that this denotes serious problem with black male masculinity in our community and the lack of a good example, but these are grown men making their own decisions. So...I don't know. They were all smiles and laughs but I know a part of them must have died a little while doing this. Not to get all dramatic but being treated like a life support system for a penis ( at least for the first man who lost his wife because she didn't support his "lifestyle" choice to become a mandingo prostitute) is not good for the self esteem or the well being. But again it's hard for me to find sympathy for grown men doing what they please, without thought to consequence. I do pity them though. When their equipment fails, it's bound to happen with age even with Viagra, it'll be interesting to see if and how they deal with their

    The white men were the ones that STRAIT killed me. At least the one who was interviewed while his wife was serviced by one of the men. IDK if he was gay and into it, but too afraid to go there and using his wife's "dominance" as a beard or if he was just sub with a racial cuckholding fetish.

    It says a lot about white men's fears regarding the black male. Supposedly before George killed Trayvon he was looking at homothug porn on his computer that evening before the shooting. The FBI uncovered this. I always had a feeling that a black man becoming leader of the free world, would lead to disproportionate backlash against black people as a whole... But I never expected this level of insecurity. Literal penis envy, stalking, and homosexual jealousy? ...*sigh* Seriously....I...can't...today.

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  15. They were all smiles and laughs but I know a part of them must have died a little while doing this.

    Funny you should mention that. Peep:

    "Jared, too, for all his idealism, has felt used in the past. Once, when he was with a couple from Sarasota, the husband directed all the action and the woman didn't say a word. "I felt like I was just—excuse my language—'a dick' for his wife," he says. Unfortunately, a similar thing happens tonight—a heavily medicated husband starts belching out commands—and Jared just walks out, leaving the wife frustrated and embarrassed." ~ from Meet the Mandingos

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  16. Also from Meet the Mandingos (which I strongly recommend reading because the writer is ruthless):

    Some Mandingos confessed to receiving tips of $100 and more after private sessions with couples at last year's N'awlins in November swinger convention. Others brag about the vacations they've been taken on. "I've been to Vegas twice, all expenses paid," says John, the software salesman. "The Bahamas, Miami. One couple took me twice. After a while, you feel like a piece of meat. But hey, they're not using me to mow their damn lawn. They're using me to fuck the wife."

    ...What all this means for race relations in the age of Obama is difficult to say. Though he's had a disappointing night, an optimistic Jared still likes to think that the more the races share fluids, "the more these taboos will disappear and we'll all realize we're not that different." But as the clock strikes three and only the stragglers remain, you see the races pulling apart. The Mandingos are hanging out by the pool table, talking reverentially about the white women they've had—"Dude, she took, like, 12 guys; her husband has to let her go, there's no way one man can satisfy her . . ." The only white people still there are out by the pool. Neither Amber nor Jeff will be seeing any of the black men they've invited to their home tonight until the next party, to be held in a month's time. Though Jeff has allowed Branford to be intimate with his wife, he won't be calling him for a beer after work. And if they should see each other at the mall, they'll usually look the other way—it's all part of the swingers' pact.

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    1. Really? You mean good d*** doesn't even merit an invite to the Fourth of July Block party?

      That's just rude and inconsiderate of them.

      And yes, that article was just...ruthless.

      I think this inadvertently reflects the horrible state of the U.S. economy that men are turning to sex work as viable employment. like that French movie "Going South" where these old white women go to Haiti to buy the company of black boys for their vacation. I think it was set during the Papa Doc/Baby Doc years. It was supposed to be about their grand adventure but it's obvious that the boys they were with would be finding come other way to earn income that didn't involve them using their bodies if their country wasn't being robbed by a U.S. backed dictatorship. It isn't stated outright in the movie but there are scenes that hint at this. Like one of the boys is a part of a couple who do it. His girlfriend got him into it, because it was better and safer than being a drug mule.

      "She Hate Me" kind of goes into that too. About a man selling himself after he loses his five figure job in NYC. Well, he sells his sperm and fathers a bunch of kids for wealthy lesbian couples, the first being his ex fiance and her girlfriend. The man has to cope with the fact that to earn money he's fathered a bunch of children who will never know him.

      It's not pleasant to imagine, but the sad truth is that some people really do get that desperate. Like...$100 tips though? Is it really that hard out there in the streets?

      This is just mutually demeaning though and sordid.

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