Nerdy-ness as black masculinity part 4

Carlton stands up for his form of black masculinity when he is not black enough for a fraternity. He makes the point that no matter what his lifestyle, fashion, or music taste he is still black and the world will always see him as a black man. Carlton refuses to conform to the hyper sexual, aggressive, angry black male gender stereotype that is produced in pop culture.

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