Ultimately, colorism, fetishization, and anti-Blackness is pervasive—even for Generation Z.
On , Black men are ultimately able to escape accountability.
When Sky confronts fellow club-goer Doug (Diggy Simmons) for always dating white women, he says that he’s a kid in a candy store who’s merely appreciating the school’s diverse array of women.
There can’t be a General when everyone’s situation is very different.
I believe that marriage actually offers the direct opposite of security because if you do have ties especially financial or business ties, those things after a divorce are no longer secure essentially.
Even Aaron’s color-specific track record is forgiven when it’s suggested that he’s simply attracted to women who favor his mother.