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The point is that no group can claim to “own” an idea like To act otherwise is to ignore the fascinating and beautiful ways in which various subcultures rub against and influence each other—and indeed, in the case of Beyoncé and similar diva figures, market themselves directly to one another for financial gain.

With that situation in mind, it’s easy to empathize with Mannie’s frustration over these gay wannabe black girls.

Of course, given that it is by definition impossible for a gay white man to actually take on a black female identity, I wonder if a better solution is just to ignore absurd queens who are so lacking in self-awareness that they make the attempt.

In any case, my feeling is that this specific subgenre of gays is rather rare and skews pretty young (i.e., immature); far more common are gay white men who, like myself, occasionally make use of certain signifiers that could be said to “belong” to both gay culture and black (female) culture.

We start out on firm ground here—white maleness is undeniably a privileged position—but then the argument starts to quake.