Brothers, Lust, and Love
William July, II is an author to watch. In June 1996, his self-published Brothers, Lust, and Love: Thoughts on Manhood, Sex, and Romance climbed onto two bestseller lists. Now, in this revised, expanded edition of this underground sensation, July shrewdly examines exactly what's going on between African American men and women. He explains:
Why women expect too much from men, and why men want too little
Why black men date white women, and why some call them traitors for doing it
The five things most men want to change about women
The real reason it's so hard for black men and women to get along
How popular TV shows teach kids harmful stereotypes about couples
Why the black gender war is raging, and how it can be stopped
An engaging and informative book, Brothers, Lust, and Love reveals what every woman wants to know about her man, and what every man needs to know about himself.
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