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8 thoughts on “Big Black Penis Misadventures in Race and Masculinity

  1. says:

    Well this had been looking at me from the new nonfiction display for a couple months before I folded and read it And it was good It's not perfect but like there's an acknowledgment of the homophobia and an 'I'm working on it' Y'know? It's also super readable and ultimately while it's presented as like 'here's al

  2. says:

    I would have loved to find the book amusing It is not I would have loved to find out about his life But there are so many generalities and the text is so lax and wordy that I kept forgetting what is the chapter about

  3. says:

    This was a really surprisingly introspective and insightful look at social expectations placed on men black men in particular in modern American

  4. says:

    It's a nice memoir with an appropriate amount of humor and real topics As well it has explanation that though they don't cover all black men do explain some things that many go through growing up in a society that seeks to view them as unwanted trouble and disposable

  5. says:

    This book is uite excellent Anyone interested in the intersection of gender race and class would definitely appreciate what Shawn Taylor has to say about his experience being a black man in the US

  6. says:

    Don't let the irreverent title put you off This is a great social commentary on popular attitudes in black straight male society and how the author's own ideas and attitudes have changed over time It's wonderfully insightful honest and humorous

  7. says:

    uality communication on masculinity and blackness The pace is good and the mix of storytelling and commentary is balanced I would read from this writer

  8. says:

    This book was pretty funny and actually a nice break from the mainstream portrayal of masculinity I would be interested to see the author perform

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SUMMARY ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ✓ Shawn Taylor

Big Black Penis Misadventures in Race and Masculinity

Arbors toward black men and the fear and confusion that black men harbor toward themselves Mixing humor rage and startling vulnerability Taylor leads us on a no holds barred tour of his own masculine development ne. It s a nice memoir with an appropriate amount of humor and real topics As well it has explanation that though they don t cover all black men do explain some things that many go through growing up in a society that seeks to view them as unwanted trouble and disposable

CHARACTERS Big Black Penis Misadventures in Race and Masculinity

How does it feel to be a black man in America It hurts but in a beautiful way So Shawn Taylor says and a lot in this unapologetic and sharply critical exploration of the hatred and anxiety that American society h. Well this had been looking at me from the new nonfiction display for a couple months before I folded and read it And it was good It s not perfect but like there s an acknowledgment of the homophobia and an I m working on it Y know It s also super readable and ultimately while it s presented as like here s all about black masculinity in america in 2008 the content is closer to here s one kind of outlierly dude s relation to black masculinity white masculinity and a bunch of other stuff I d recommend it Plus you get to be like hey guess what I m reading And then show people

SUMMARY ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ✓ Shawn Taylor

Gotiating his young life without a father getting shot forming all manner of relationships with women Big Black Penis winner of the DIY Book Festival brings the conversation on black masculinity into the 21st centu. This book is uite excellent Anyone interested in the intersection of gender race and class would definitely appreciate what Shawn Taylor has to say about his experience being a black man in the US

  • Paperback
  • 208
  • Big Black Penis Misadventures in Race and Masculinity
  • Shawn Taylor
  • English
  • 10 April 2019
  • 9781556527340