Share via Email Embracing diversity is key to being cool, but Republicans often forget that. PR company handout Obama seems to be the King Midas of political cool. Even when he mixes up Star Wars and Star Trek, or makes an awkward attempt at greeting people in Jamaican patois , America is constantly giving him cool points. But this will never happen for Rand Paul should he by some strange turn of events be elected , or most other Republicans. The right wing are scrambling to figure out how to win over the youth — a group that is, more than ever, obsessed with coolness.
Black Man And White Girl Getting Freaky On The Dance Floor | Bossip
Share via Email This has been an extraordinary week for Patrick Augustus. It is a bold move because the theme - young black men who have children with a number of women and wear this as a badge of honour - is usually left well alone by anxious white liberals and radical anti-racists who are always wary of "encouraging" racism. He is your proud, black, urban man with all those subversive traits that are irresistible to many women and deeply threatening to white men. Last winter he brought another baby father, Victor, to talk to me about his children for a book I am writing. There was, said a weary Victor, the problem of the new black woman who no longer indulges men like him:
Ya Mans & His White Girl Are Getting Plum-Nasty On The Dance Floor [Video]
I grew up around a lot of white people. I was one of the few black people in my primary school, my secondary schools and college. University is difficult because there were so many people — but out of the 35 musicians on my course, I was most definitely the only black person until third year. When you see and interact with that many white people on a daily basis you inevitably start feeling out of place: But after swimming through all the Brads and the Jacks, you get that one guy.
We follow the cross-cultural hanky-panky from Kenyan beaches to a Kreuzberg club. Down below street level, the dance floor is teeming with single mature German women and younger African men. Under disco lights, orb-like wobbling booties mash against pelvic bones. Clubbers eye each other off before approaching, sliding in with bare millimetres left to separate bodies.