At the center of this article lies an attempt to locate a new configuration and expression of desire and sexuality, opening a door, wide open, to gain a different view of Black women, their sexuality, their expression of it, and the complexities that arise when they attempt to express it in hip hop nation language. Lane, Nikki. “Black Women Queering the Mic: Missy Elliott Disturbing the Boundaries of Racialized Sexuality and Gender.” Journal of Homosexuality, vol. 58, no. 6/7, July 2011, pp. 775–792. From SocIndex database.
"While network television is now willing to conceptualize Black men's sexuality in ways that do not threaten White women specifically, depictions of Black queer identities frequently involve interpersonal problems, violence, and (someone's) destruction." Conference paper.
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