I'm watching the video now and even within the first few minutes the narrator's "universalism" is seeping through. He starts off talking about "our culture" and its "saturation of sex and violence" in "our culture's" media. As he has an distinctly American accent, his culture is American culture. Fair enough. But then he goes on to say "humans have an "obsession with sex and violence" and "the two are linked in the human brain". For consistency he should state, "Americans have an obsession with sex and violence and the two are linked in the American brain".Not all cultures are the same.
Aww man. Now I'm at the part where he's talking about the sexual objectification of black men by non-black women. LOL! What a joke. Black men in the USA sexually objectify themselves. I have known many and dated a few and most of them have played the "penis size card" with me. And guess what? Its a myth. Their sizes range the gamut. And the funny part is, I don't even care about the size of a damn penis. That's the last thing on my mind when I'm attracted to or thinking about a man in a romantic sense.As far as physicality I'm more into faces than body type, though I have to say a nice toned body which many black men have naturally without effort, is very yummy eye candy. But a hot body with an unattractive face is not appealing.I am certainly not interested in dating men who I sense have an "animalistic sexuality" as this video narrator is suggesting. As my libido is not particularly strong, I prefer men who have their sexuality under firm control. And those are the only types of men, black or otherwise, I have ever entered into romantic relationships with.This video is full of cultural stereotypes.