Nonetheless, he invited me back to meet his friends staring at him in disbelief thinking he actually succeeded in picking up this Brasilian girl.
He broke the ice immediately and said, “She’s American.” And once again, I got the line, “We thought you were Brasilian!
Did you enjoy yourself or did you want to 'go back home'?
The artist who painted former President Barack Obama's official portrait has come under fire for past works featuring scandalous subjects.
Just two kids from Jersey traveling abroad that happened to bump into each other by stereotypical mistake.So when I finally allowed myself to sexually enjoy and explore men of other races and cultures, I found these stereotypes blatantly untrue, just as several of the Black men that I had shared my body with didn’t live up to the Mandingo standard.My first time with this White kid from Jersey was intense.After listening to his tried pick up line in American-accented Portuguese, I cut him off and bluntly asked him in English where he was from.Shocked, he laughed and said, “I totally thought you were Brasilian.” He wouldn’t be the first to make the assumption.There are at least two instances where Kehinde Wiley, 41, has painted portraits of black women holding a knife in one hand and the decapitated head of a white woman in the other.Both portraits also juxtapose the austere images of the women by featuring a busy floral background, similar to Obama's portrait.What followed was a “first” to remember, as we took our time kissing and exploring each other’s bodies for the first time.While I know I wasn’t the first black woman he ever had sex with, he was the first White American that I had ever let into such an intimate space.I grew up believing a number of stereotypes about non-Black men, especially when it came to sex.If you asked most of my friends, their packages tended to be small unless they were of Latin or Italian descent, but they made up for it in the oral sex arena.