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Hung by Scott Poulson-Bryant
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Aug 25, 10

Read in August, 2010

On the whole, the book only skims the surface of what is a huge topic; what does our stereotype of the black male in society really reflect and how do they choose to live up to i? Poulson-Bryant really doesn't ever get to the answer but brings up valid points throughout. Part memoir, part media discussion, part penis discussion it's a valuable read. His direct and honest approach is refreshing, but there's more to be analyzed and this book can only be a jumping off point. If in his measure, he's just average!

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