Video

Here's a parody video of the controversial "I'm not GAY no more" video that seemed to upset straights and gays alike. For some reason people have a hard time believing a gay man can turn his life around and decide not to give in to his unnatural urges.

If you notice, the criticism and outrage is almost entirely aimed at black gay men who convert back to heterosexual.

Society seems to have an easier time dealing with black men who are gay or cross dressers. They'd rather see strong black men as limp wrested caricatures of what black men should be.

So when a gay black man decides to turn his life around and go straight, he is met with hatred and mistrust. Black women like this one here question his sincerity -- as if it's so difficult to believe that a man wants to be what he was born to be: a man.

Watch the parody and the original videos below.

Catcalls

Last week a viral video stirred heated debate about men's first amendment rights and women's rights to feel safe while walking down the street. The race-baiting video featured an average looking Caucasian woman sauntering down the seedier side of NYC for 10 hours while receiving over 100 catcalls and wolf whistles from black and Hispanic men.

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Funny Or Die

The debate rages on over the 'Catcalls' race-baiting video featuring an average looking woman who took a walk on the wild side of New York City wearing tight clothing -- and then complained about the attention she received from black and Latino men. Comedy troupe Funny Or Die filmed a parody video in response to the self-centered, attention-seeking woman in the 'catcalls' video.

Hilarity ensues after the break:

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Raven-Symone

Entertainment tycoon Raven-Symone was criticized harshly when she dared to give her opinion on the term 'African-American,' which was popularized by the Rev. Jesse Jackson and other black leaders in the late 1980s.

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Charlo Greene

A TV reporter who was reportedly high on marijuana quit her position after hurling profanity live on the air. Alaska reporter Charlo Greene made her shocking exit after admitting she was the owner of a marijuana club.

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Ray Rice and Janay Palmer

Ray Rice's long-suffering wife Janay Palmer responded to his termination from the Baltimore Ravens in typical battered woman fashion -- by blaming others for his downfall.

Palmer, 26, posted a message on her private Instagram account on Monday, just hours after Rice's contract was terminated.

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Floyd Mayweather

Over the weekend, one of my loyal readers emailed me audio of Power 105's The Breakfast Club poking fun at boxer Floyd Mayweather's alleged illiteracy. It wasn't easy ignoring the trending topic of 50 Cent's ignorant public humiliation of Mayweather on social media platform Twitter.com. But I managed to ignore it -- until I received emails from loyal readers who gave me a different perspective on the ignorance.

For instance, did you know that nearly half of all black people can't read? The irony is that half of the people who laughed at Mayweather can't read above a 4th grade level themselves.

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Marc Catron

A Kansas City, Mo. cop is facing an internal review after posting racist statements on Facebook about Mike Brown, the 18-year-old unarmed youth who was gunned down by a Ferguson, Mo. cop.

Officer Marc Catron posted the wrong photo of Brown which he captioned: "I'm sure young Michael Brown is innocent and just misunderstood. I'm sure he is a pillar of the Ferguson community."

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