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Get in on this viral marvel and start spreading that buzz! Sex is a utility. It always has a use and there is always an intention behind it, whether or not people are conscious of that use and intention.
The way that sex has been framed in the social imagination strips it of this truth, especially in a society that is simultaneously hyper-sexualized and sexually repressed. After centuries of influence by and oppression through Christianity and colonialism, dominant ideas about sex are cultivated through misogyny, heteronormativity, queerphobia, compulsory monogamy, and more restrictive forms of thought and social practice.
Very ificantly, our ideas of sex and its functions are also incredibly informed by racism. I often write about sex as utility, even though I have not always named it as such. The uses of sex are many. Anti-Black—internalized or otherwise—and white supremacist uses of sex seem to now stand at the threshold between taboo and socially-acceptable. People of all races are encouraged towards demonstrating their anti-Blackness through sexual expression or finding sexual gratification in racist spectacles, especially through pornography.
Rumor has it that it was real, but Pornhub took it down after receiving complaints. I do not know whether those alleged complaints came from angry racists, from users who immediately recognized how problematic it was, or both. The image was very likely created as a commentary on and an example of the absurdity of certain companies claiming solidarity with Black communities while profiting from anti-Blackness. We have had the misfortune of witnessing multiple people carrying s that do the same kind of work at recent protests against police brutality. I read these s and I black dick fetish involuntarily begin to ruminate on the many ways that race gets wrapped up in sexual politics; how so many people use sex in ways that uphold racist ideology.
They feel confident in using their engagement with Black desirability and sex as a shield against any accusations of racist behavior. Moreover, they offer it as evidence of their anti-racism or support for Black lives. It also means that a lot of Black people are too easily convinced of the lie that white desire for Black bodies provides them with a value that, according to white supremacy, is black dick fetish inherent to Black people. They can root their entire lives, being, and identity in that white desire and find themselves lost and without direction in the moments when they feel it is lacking.
This need for white desire can and often does extend to other spheres of their lives. Someone just posted this. Seen at Manchester BlackLivesMatter protest. Fetishing Black men is not cute. Especially given that the hypersexualisation of our bodies is often what gets us killed. Sex as utility is black dick fetish integral and intentional part of white supremacy.
The fetishization of Black people continues to be a mask for the dehumanization of Blackness itself, but so many have swallowed the lie that white desire is somehow evidence of care for Black life. White consumption does not grant us our humanity, it never has and never will. Rather, it is invested in segmenting and reducing us into easily consumable pieces for their pleasure.
We become only our Black skin, only a Black phallus, only a Black pussy, only a Black ass, only a Black body. White folks have proven over centuries that they do not need to view us as human, or even alive, in order to find sexual gratification through the engagement with and degrading of our bodies. How unfortunate that these ideas about white desire are so ingrained that so many people continuously use sex as a lens for understanding racial solidarity and activism for Black lives.
Even though they may not name it explicitly as such, they recognize that there is utility in sex—however futile might it be; sex as an answer to racism, sex as a defense against accusations of racism, sex as a tool of anti-racism, sex as a means of creating a post-racial world.
People of all races have been duped into locating their humanity and value, and the humanity and value of others, in sex. It follows that some would put forth sex, and how they use it, as a misguided way to assert the value of Black lives. But Black humanity is innate. It exists outside of the scope of whiteness and it will never be evidenced by white desire.
To buy into the myth that it will, to ever expect white folks to recognize the value of Black life simply because of their desire for Black bodies and fetish for fucking Black people, is a practice of futility and foolishness. I hope that the world will abandon it some day soon. Your support is essential and your generosity is why Wear Your Voice keeps going!
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