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Nearly all these stories connected the down-low to the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the African-American community.
He’s treating a whole group of people as the few he’s grown up with, which is making a generalization.
“I’m a nigga from Compton, I don’t dislike black people, I prefer to live here and be around POC because I love black people. I still love them and want them to do well in life, we just won’t date.
Sorry.” That didn’t cut it for some people, including Affinity’s Daryl Perry.
In his book Beyond the Down Low: Sex, Lies and Denial in Black America, Keith Boykin states that secret homosexual relations are not unique to African American men, and in fact occur in many societies and among all races.
In "Power Plays, Power Works" John Fiske suggests that closeted homosexuality may be more common in American communities suffering from widespread poverty, in which members reportedly depend heavily on traditional family networks (and often religious institutions) for financial and emotional support.