Sex, Sexuality and Segregation

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After being tapped by NASCAR to help plug race car driving to Black audiences, a few NFL owners reached out to 50 Cent to help lead a special project on potential signees Manti Te’o and Nick Kasa. That is, unofficially. The more candid 50 explains, “Yeah, they wanted to know if they were an innie or an outtie. It’s not politically correct or technically legal to ask, but you can’t blame them. This is a business, so you should know whether you’re about to sign gay Jackie Robinson, or Jackée Robinson I should say.”

The rapper turned boxing promoter and perpetual attention hoarder added, “There’s no better way to find out that a man is sexually attracted to women than by presenting a woman in her most purest form: p-poppin’ to Uncle Luke.”

Although it was widely reported that the Notre Dame linebacker’s sexual orientation was questioned at the NFL Combine, Te’o told the New York Post  that wasn’t the case. “No, No,” Te’o rebuffed. “Anything they asked me I answered and answered honestly.”

“That fool [is] lying,” 50 rebuffed. “Of course they asked him. Who goes to a Catholic school and invents a girlfriend alone with all that available sin in close proximity?”

Nick Kasa was more forthright. “Yes, they asked me if I was a Frank Ocean or a Miguel, which I’ve since been told was a trick question.”

Read the rest at The Shadow League.

Plus:

Bill Cosby Says Today’s Republicans Are On Par with Yesterday’s Segregationists (via NewsOne)

Sex-Ed In Kindergarten? (via EBONY.com)

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