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As Jay-Z noted, “What people do in their own homes is their business and you can choose to love whoever you love.”Why, then, do black men and black folks generally get such a “bad rep” regarding homophobia?And, why is there such historical oversights of their championing sexual liberation or gender fluidity as Jaden Smith has recently done in his modeling debut, in traditional women’s clothing, for Louis Vuitton? In fact, more than four decades ago, during the black power movement, Huey P.Young queer black women founded the Black Lives Matter movement to protest state violence against black bodies (cis and trans), celebrate black humanity, and challenge anti-black racism.And, black male hip hop artists from Jay-Z to Kanye West (whom Bruce Jenner credited for Kim Kardashian West’s acceptance of Jenner’s gender transition to Caitlyn Jenner) have expressed support and, in the process, challenged black men, black masculinity, and hip hop as viciously hyper (hetero) sexual, hypermasculine, and homophobic.(Or, in other words, the false idea that they are somehow the epitome of excessive fear, prejudice, hatred, or violence against gays and lesbians—or, pretty much the LGBTQ community as a whole).
John Lewis, the late Coretta Scott King, Julian Bond and others—have publicly championed LGBT rights.Why, then, we might ask, are there such historical oversights, limited representations (of black men and masculinity—and black women, too), as well as inattention to black people’s nuanced responses to and support of LGBTQ folks and concerns? When we sensationalize black homophobia or stigmatize black people as homophobic collectively, we not only stereotype black men and women; we neglect and do a disservice to black people’s complex history of advocacy for civil and human rights, gay liberation, and equality for all.Second, we condition ourselves to accept, justify, or normalize hatred and deadly violence against black gay, trans, and queer bodies like Michelle Vash Payne, Ty Underwood, Monica Roberts, and others whose names and murders we seldom know.Reasons like, he noted, "the fact that we're both inquisitive, politically like-minded children of the '90s with obsessions for comedy, pizza and Despite the fact that the vast majority of Americans claim to support interracial couples, many still face public scrutiny."It's shocking how many weird looks we get on the street," Nelson said."Sometimes the way strangers react makes me feel very conspicuous."Campbell-Schmitt and his wife have dealt with these public microaggressions for years.
They ascribe a backwardness to blacks, conflate them with excessive homophobia, and cast homophobia as a black phenomenon, while simultaneously minimizing other homophobic attitudes in our society.