A Black Man Answers: “Are Black Men Really Bigger?”

Screen Shot 2014-07-15 at 10.17.13 AMA new film aiming to squash Black racial stereotypes by reinforcing White racial stereotypes is coming to theaters this fall, but the cast cannot wait that long to share some very important messages with the public.

In a series of clips uploaded to their YouTube page, the cast of Dear White People have begun debunking myths and rejecting stereotypes through a set of public service announcements geared toward “White people.”

In the latest clip uploaded Monday, a DWP star responds to one of the most common racial stereotypes: “Are Black men really bigger?”

From the film’s Facebook page:

Dear White People follows the stories of four black students at an Ivy League college where a riot breaks out over a popular “African American” themed party thrown by white students. With tongue planted firmly in cheek, the film will explore racial identity in “post-racial” America while weaving a universal story of forging one’s unique path in the world.

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  • hyhybt

    I’m not sure why you’d want to debunk that particular stereotype whether it’s true or not.

  • Milk

    @hyhybt: So they won’t be a let down for millions of black men and those who only looking for one thing?

    • hyhybt

      Point taken about feeling inadequate, but @Milk: If that’s all you’re looking for, you’re going to be let down a lot anyway.

  • frshmn

    How many men already feel inadequate with their size? The “hung” stereotype puts even more pressure on Black guys.

  • Teeth

    Totally agree on the hung issue– and on the let-down. And on the unfair pressure for Black men. But also, let’s talk about genetic variance. There ARE going to be MORE variances in a person from Africa than from Europe– it’s where we (humans) started, there is a FAR FAR wider range of genetic information available. There are going to be more tiny short people, more huge gigantic people, more super smart people, more dull people.. there IS more variance in the group “Black” than “White”. Thats why our pro athletes are often black. Black people aren’t “better at sports”.. it’s that there is more of a range of what it means, genetically, to be Black than to be White.

  • uruz422

    a lot of black guys are bigger, some are not. i don’t get the obsession with size regardless. it’s about how you use it, not the length or girth, that matters

  • Tackle

    There IS a correlation between race and penis size. And I would definitely say that on average, that Black men do have bigger penises. And there is scientific fact to back this up. Blacks in general and naturally, tend to have more testosterone. That’s why it’s easier for more Blacks ( not all) to build muscle without relying on steroids. More natural testosterone means larger genitals.
    A larger penis, bigger butt, bigger/fuller muscles and a deeper voice. When female bodybuilders take steroids and other forms of testosterone, her clitoris gets longer and her voice deepens. All because of the extra male hormones.

    Where people are getting mixed-up with is thinking all. Not all but a greater number on average. I bet if you just randomly took a 100 Black men and a hundred of others from each US State, you would see more Black men with bigger dicks then others. And I’m open, and have played with different races/ ethnic groups across the board. And from my experiences, on average the Black guys have been the biggest. All that being said, let me add, bigger does not mean better. Bigger does not equate to being sexy, and it sure is not a determining factor if the sex will be good.

    And it’s kinda foolish to believe that the so-called myth of the well endowed Black man puts pressure on him. I feel no pressure and have nothing to prove to anyone. And I do not believe that the Black men who do not measure up are fretting over their penis size. I’m sure that most know they are more than their penis size. Most people regardless of race, do not spend the majority of their time having sex. What most Black men frett about, fell pressure to and are more concerned with are jobs, health, education, paying bills, family, shelter and overall sense of well being. Just like EVERYONE else…

  • TVC 15

    He’s cute. :-)

  • georgemed222

    Large, small or medium, it doesn’t affect the need for men to take better care of the health of their tool. Using a superior penis health cream (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) can address issues like dry member skin, organ odor, etc.

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