deanarrindell:

I share concern for the emasculation of black men in our country today. But I don’t see it happening in instances of creative men stepping outside of the box and expressing themselves through fashion—to me, those are defiant acts of freedom. Instead, I see emasculation through the outlandish prison rates of black men in America or oppressive policies like stop-and-frisk that target young black men and turn them into statistics.

From “Black Man in a Dress” by Wilbert Cooper in VICE.

(via niceskirtbro)

  • Jun 20
  • 2097
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