A Body That Does Not Compare: How White Men Define Black Female Beauty in the Era of Colorblindness

Oct. 1, 2012

“Just the term ‘black women’ conjures up thoughts of an overweight, dark-skinned, loud, poorly educated person with gold teeth yelling at somebody in public. I hope that doesn’t make me racist but honestly that’s the 1st thing I think of.”- Lee, middle class white male in his 30’s, from Florida... Read more »