Escorts are often afraid of Black guys. Young Black men are known to be rougher and more demeaning to women. And, as aspiring pimps themselves, black guys can pose a serious threat to the business. So, why do black escorts say no to black guys?
Young Black men are rougher and demeaning to women
During the 20th century, Black men were demonized and portrayed as violent criminals in films and popular culture. Movies like Birth of a Nation showed Black men attacking White women, and groups like the Ku Klux Klan were portrayed as heroic. The demonization of Black men was a result of the emergence of a cultural myth that equated Blackness with criminality, allowing White supremacy to use Black bodies as scapegoats.
Escorts are afraid of black men who are wannabe pimps
Escorts who are independent are often approached by black men who want to become pimps. This is a common fear for escorts. The stereotypical image of a pimp is a young, aggressive black man who sells drugs. However, the truth is that not all pimps are black. Some are white. Others are successful bankers, pilots, or engineers.
Many Black men in the sex industry have been tainted by their own egos. This ego has been shown to negatively affect the lives of Black sex workers. For example, black escorts have claimed that some Black men are disrespectful and rough with women. Some have even been accused of being traitors to the race.
They are a threat to other pimps
Whether or not Black guys pose a threat to other pimps depends on which terms you think of. ‘Out of pocket’ means that you are not under the control of a pimp or working on his or her track. It can also mean that you are disobeying his rules, which leads to harassment, intimidation, and violence.