possibilities for woman-centered eroticism as part of a black feminist practice

possibilities for woman-centered eroticism as part of a black feminist practice
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Please answer the questions below in essay format. Answers should be at least 5 paragraphs. Please begin with an introduction that includes a thesis statement. In the supporting paragraphs, please refer to at least 2 readings and 2 songs to support your analysis.

“Often when we talk about the wonderful Black women in our lives, their valour, their emotional strength, their psychic endurance overwhelm our texts so much that we forget that apart from learning the elegant art of survival from them, we also learn in their gestures the fleshy art of pleasure and desire… Didn’t we take in their sweetness, their skinniness, their voluptuousness, their ample arms, their bone-sharp adroitness, their incandescent darkness; the texture of their skin, its plumminess, its pliancy; their angularity, their style when dancing, their stride across a piece of earth that sets the yard off, their shake as they sense the earth under their feet, their rock, the way they make music in their shoulder, the way they pause and then shimmy and let it roll? Didn’t we take in their meaning?” (Dionne Brand, “This Body for Itself”)
Discuss the possibilities for woman-centered eroticism as part of a black feminist practice. What characterizes black woman-centered eroticism? (How) does lesbian baiting attempt to undermine this practice? How do we see a black woman-centered eroticism emerging in popular culture (e.g. the work of Cardi B., Amber Rose, or Alexyss Tylor) as opposed to black academic work? How do Beyoncé and/or Rihanna visualize eroticism and pleasure centered around black women and why is this significant?

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