circa 1950

There's Always That One Black Gay Guy

Who exclusively dates white guys, when the deep truth is that he’s afraid to admit the fact that he dislikes himself and the negative stigmas of his race/culture.

From bad experiences with black men and the things that are expressed in the public media about them, he draws a shallow conclusion thinking that all of them are down low homo-thugs.

And with his eyes, even though he might find a black man attractive, his feelings of internal discrimination comes into play and romanticizing about the black man becomes abandoned territory.