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Hung : A Meditation on the Measure of Black Men in America by Scott Poulson-Bryant (Paperback - September 12, 2006) Other Editions: Hardcover | Paperback ~ a libidinous hybrid of cultural commentary and personal anecdotes. The pervasive belief that African American men are prodigiously endowed presents a conundrum for the contemporary black male, who is simultaneously drawn to- and repelled by- this notion. In the book's opening pages, Poulson-Bryant admits that, as an African American man, he should be "hung like a horse," but he's not, nor does he want to be. "I think of black-man dick and I think that once upon a time we were hung from trees for being, well, hung." Today, Poulson-Bryant says, black men risk being viewed as little more than an engorged sex organ. Take "Simon" for example, a successful athlete who refuses to take showers at the gym and changes clothes with a towel wrapped around him, because he would rather be a star on the basketball court than in the locker room.
What's Your Hi-Fi Q? : From Prince to Puff Daddy, 30 Years of Black Music Trivia by Scott Poulson-Bryant, Smokey Fontaine (Paperback - May 21, 2002)

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The PactThe Pact: Three Young Men Make a Promise and Fulfill a Dream by Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, Rameck Hunt, Lisa Frazier Page (Paperback - May 1, 2003) Other Editions: School & Library Binding | Paperback | Audio Cassette (Unabridged) | Audio CD (Unabridged) | Hardcover (Large Print) | Unknown Binding ~ Jenkins, Davis and Hunt grew up in and around the projects of Newark, N.J., a place decimated by crack. "The sounds of gunshots and screeching cars late at night and before dawn were as familiar to us as the chirping of insects must be to people who live in the country." The three attended high school together in the mid-'80s and made a pact to attend medical school together. "We didn't lock hands in some kind of empty, symbolic gesture... We just took one another at his word..."
Black Men: In Their Own Words by P. Mignon Hinds (Editor)
Black Men on Race, Gender, and Sexuality: A Critical Reader (Critical America Series) by Devon W. Carbado (Editor)
Black Power, White Blood: The Life and Times of Johnny Spain by Lori B. Andrews (Hardcover - July 1996)
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Brotherman: The Odyssey of Black Men in America by Herb Boyd (Editor)
Chinese American Masculinities: From Fu Manchu to Bruce Lee by Jachinson Chan
Eminent Maricones: Arenas, Lorca, Puig, and Me (Living Out, Gay and Lesbian Autobiographies) by Jaime Manrique
Family Violence and Men of Color: Healing the Wounded Male Spirit (Springer Series: Focus on Men) by Ricardo Carrillo (Editor), Jerry Tello (Editor)
Hombres y machos: Masculinity and Latino Culture by Alfredo Mirande
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Out of Bounds by Roy Simmons, Damon DiMarco (Hardcover - December 10, 2005) The second NFL player ever to come out as gay and the first ever to come out as HIV-positive, Roy Simmons was an up-and-coming star offensive lineman who quit football after just four years rather than be exposed as gay. Out of Bounds tells his compelling story-from his rape at age 10 to being plucked from his poor Southern background to join the NFL, from his first taste of pro football fame and sudden enormous wealth to his fast-paced, no holds barred nightlife of heavy drugs and countless sexual encounters with women and men. Simmons led a roller-coaster life that peaked in the late 1980s with his playing in the Superbowl. Ultimately, however, reckless living left him penniless, friendless, and on the brink of suicide. Finally in 1992, Simmons tapped the courage to come out as gay on national TV—then coming out as HIV-positive 10 years later—leading him to a healthy path of sobriety and self-acceptance. Roy Simmons' has lived one crazy life and he shares it with us in his great book Out of Bounds. It starts with the story of his childhood in poor Savanah and his rape at the hands of a neighbor, his realization of his homosexuality, right through his awesome career as a football player and his fight with drugs. It is one rollercoaster ride that you shouldn't miss. Gay or straight, jock or not, this is one great book. Lets just hope that other gay athletes start to step forward and tell their stories because only the truth will set us free.
The ConfessionThe Confession ~ James McGreevey (Author) (Hardcover - September 1, 2006) Other Editions: Audio CD, LARGE PRINT: Paperback ~ After resigning in a gay sex scandal, former Gov. James McGreevey writes a tell-all memoir about his meteoric rise and spectacular fall in politics.
We Beat the StreetWe Beat the Street: How a Friendship Led to Success by Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, Rameck Hunt, Sharon M. Draper (Hardcover - April 21, 2005) Sampson, George, and Rameck could easily have followed their childhood friends into drug dealing, gangs, and prison. Like their peers, they came from poor, single-parent homes in urban neighborhoods where survival, not scholastic success, was the priority. When the three boys met in a magnet high school in Newark, they recognized each other as kindred spirits who wanted to overcome the incredible odds against them and reach for opportunity. They made a friendship pact, deciding together to take on the biggest challenge of their lives: attending college and then medical school. Along the way they made mistakes and faced disappointments, but by working hard, finding the right mentors, separating themselves from negative influences, and supporting each other, they achieved their goals—and more. (Reading level: Ages 9-12)

Would You? Now That I've Told You All ThatWould You? Now That I've Told You All That by Winston G. Williams (Paperback - January 2005) Imagine going out on a date with the man of your dreams who shares the graphic truths of his character.

Politics of Masculinities : Men in Movements by Michael A. Messner (Author)
Race and the Subject of Masculinities (New Americanists) by Harry Stecopoulos (Editor), Michael Uebel (Editor)
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Suave: The Latin Male Book by Carmen Armillios
Speak My Name by Don Belton (Editor)
The Asian Gang: Ethnicity, Identity, Masculinity by Claire Alexander
The Autobiography of Malcolm X by Malcolm X
The Envy of the World : On Being a Black Man in America by Ellis Cose (Author)
The Karma of Brown Folk by Vijay Prashad (Hardcover)
The Latino Male: A Radical Redefinition (Latina/O Culture and Politics) by David T. Abalos
The Rice Room: Growing Up Chinese-American-From Number Two Son to Rock'N'Roll by Ben Fong-Torres
We Stand Together: Reconciling Men of Different Color by Rodney L. Cooper
What It Means to Be a Man: Reflections on Puerto Rican Masculinity by Rafael L. Ramirez
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