80721682_497100034265889_3143445276421783552_nSize generally matters in the gay meat market, regardless of racial considerations, but when the curiosity and expectations so often attached to dark meat raises the ick factor, how does one determine their level of grotesque?

Why are gay black men objectified so much?

Ask most gay black men and they’d tell you how they often getting messages that simply, say, ‘BBC?’

It’s basically saying that as a black man, this is his primary value. I haven’t figured out if the gay white men who use it do so because it’s it is about sex or if they just don’t care. Whatever the reason, the implication is the same: A gay black man is no longer a three-dimensional person. He’s simply a BBC.

How do we change this within the gay community? 


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  1. Kendell says:

    That is so true, your size shouldn’t matter but for it very important. What about Love, Love has know size. It’s about the man himself not what’s in his pants. I love a man regardless of his penis size.

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