Peer Comment: Dissection the Intersectionality
Hi, your topic on Black Masculinity is very intriguing to say the least. From the very start, you provide an intersectional analysis on this phenomenon of violence, aggression, and hyper-sexuality that is prevalent and over-represented among Black North Americans. You provide a descriptive phenomenology of what this Black Masculinity looks like in this cohort, but it would be very interesting to see how you could dissect this intersection to evaluate each component individually (i.e. 'Blackness' and 'Masculinity') in ADDITION to your existing intersectional gaze. I think that this would give you opportunity to dive deeper into the roots that connect 'Blackness' and 'masculinity' with the phenomenon you see of violence, aggression, and hyper-sexuality among Black North Americans. Maybe this will be difficult as it is sometimes difficult to separate these components and explore them individually. However, I do think that there is a good amount of literature out there to give a general scope of how these individual factors play into this larger phenomenon too.