DeRay talks about losing his virginity to two 30-year-old ladies when he was 11 years old.
He explained that the women were his mother’s friends and that it affected his perspective on sex.
trigger warning ⚠️ sexual violence:— 📚political.education in black✊🏾 (@RenyTure) February 24, 2021
stories such as these are why black males studies is vital. as of now there aren’t many organizations that accept these experiences of Black males into their frameworks pic.twitter.com/ibytpJOrDF
Dmx age 13… pic.twitter.com/EzWf9wNt3w— 📚political.education in black✊🏾 (@RenyTure) February 24, 2021
Men really don’t hold safe spaces for each other. This is not funny at all.— Monique’s binder ♥️ (@Ms_LelosaB) May 13, 2022
Also, I understand him using humor to process but the interviewer and person in the background really shouldn’t be laughing like that. Even if the women were gorgeous and waxed this would still be a completely fucked up situation.— the dysfunctional executive™️ (@downtomarsgirll) May 13, 2022
Any ex of mine said that his older brother decided it was time for him to have sex and so he locked him in a room and wouldn't let him out until he penetrated some random woman that he picked out. That isn't how sex is supposed to be. FOR ANYONE.— BLACK TZEDEK (@BlackTzedek) May 12, 2022
exactly this. that trauma response be having you giggling and shit, but your insides be on literal fire trying to mask that hurt— mara. (@mloveee65) May 14, 2022
Even more sad cuz we’re raised thinking we’re winning in those types of situations and ignore what we really feel in the moment…some of us been through that and are still in denial because we’d be deemed less masculine because of it.— JAË° (@_47soGodly) May 12, 2022