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Getting Real About Black Men and Sex

In the flesh, they’re like any other dick. But in the cultural imagination, black penises are fetishized, feared, commodified, obsessed over, and separated from the humanity of the men to whom they belong. New York Times critic-at-large Wesley Morris discusses his essay “Last Taboo: Why Pop Culture Can’t Handle Black Male Sexuality,” and what it’s like to be a gay black man navigating a world that can’t stop talking about his dick. Call 646-494-3590 to weigh in. With Maureen O’Connor.

Getting Real About Black Men and Sex