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Although Bell Hooks and David Berreby state and provide similarly offensive and distasteful information on topics such as race and tribes many people still continue to pursue and live up to the authors full expectations of what they were talking about in their works Many people found or would find the work of Bell Hooks to be quite distasteful due to the controversially topic of white men wanting to experience the other through sexual deviancy the same goes for David Berrebys work where he states that college is composed of a hierarchy of tribes that students vie to assimilate into First off the idea behind Bell Hooks essay is that white men want to be more like their black counterpart Often Hooks refers to white people by derogatory terms such as white boys white supremacists and racists 278 She does this to paint a negative mental picture of the group she is analyzing White males try to assimilate themselves with black culture through doing what they do whatever that may be and by having sex with the other Hooks states that the real fun is to be had by bringing to the surface all those nasty unconscious fantasies and longings about contact with the other embedded in the secret not so secret deep structure of white supremacy 276 White men want to eat the other but out of fear of uncertainty from the white culture this primitive fantasy is thus kept through secret To digress more on this hooks states that since blacks were oppressed and suffered more hardships than whites for being black bestows a conception of being more sexually liberated given that they are more attuned to their bodies 279 This thus produces the view that black men are perceived as loose while white men are perceive as stiff In reality white men in a way want to try to be more like there black counterpart They want to
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