Fact or fiction? Six myths Black people believe about themselves
Average Size for a Black Man: Myths About Size, Racism, and the Patriarchy | HuffPost
We have all heard the saying that Black men are packing in the private area but is this really legend or just another urban myth? The majority of us feed into the stereotype that our brothers are the biggest but we might be getting hood-winked. Although Willy and I only dated for a short time and never got it on, the size of his member is worth talking about. We were messing around one day and I saw it.
Scott Poulson-Bryant is, he tells us in "Hung," a black man who has never been arrested, doesn't have any out-of-wedlock children and grew up in the suburbs with parents who loved him. He graduated from Brown, was a founding editor of Vibe magazine and has been on "Charlie Rose" three times. It's an impressive dossier. Even so, he writes, "there are still days when I go to the gym and I get out of the shower and wrap my towel close around me, because I am a black man, and for a black man I just may not.
Here's a list of things that are common beliefs among African-Americans but as it turns out Every culture has its potentially offensive stereotypes. Blondes are dumb. Native Americans love to gamble.