There were some interesting results and good convos because they had some interesting dudes
who were good at articulating how they see things.
But...the questions sucked, because most of them didn’t really have to do with personal
opinions about general things, but moreso about how they feel about certain stereotypes.
Like I said, I think these brothas did a good job actually dissecting what the verbiage of
the questions were supposed to convey.
And I think the places they went to stand after each topic was more indicative of real life
than what is thought.
- Them calling out how absurd the Hot Takes were progressing after question 3
- Dark-skinned Bruh keeping it way real about how and why he feels some way about Lighties
- Light Bruh asking DSB if his issue was about the possible future of his kids. That’s a man question
- them making a distinction between “self-care” and “therapy”
- “I’m not pro-Black” after him being the only one who agreed with the “You can’t IR date & be pro-Black” lol
- them giving advice to Belizian Bruh how to improve his relationship with his dad
I did NOT appreciate:
- “(Big Dik Stereotype) is because people watch a lot of porn” Iono...that’s debatable
- “We make the N-word cool”
- “The N-word only has the meaning we give it”
- “We are more cool with the homie who raped somebody than a gay dude”
- “Straight Men are afraid Gay Men will treat them like they treat women” WTF??
I guess what I would’ve liked to see was them answer questions on their views about religion,
socio-political dynamics, between sexes dynamics, etc...more General stuff. Not just the stereotypes.
But oh well. Interesting.