Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite
First let me say that I am white. I was completely ignorant of the flocks of Black American Men who travel to places, such as Rio, to sexually conquer their fantasies. This book has clips of interviews from successful Black men. In the interviews, men try to explain and often try to justify their reasoning behind this often regular trip.
So, why do these men do this? In a nutshell, they do not find Black women attractive any more. They describe physical, sexual, and personality flaws of Black women. They praise the feminine nature of the women in Rio. Obviously, the married men who travel abroad for sex should be ashamed of themselves; they made vows to their wife in front of God. However, maybe the Black women have lost their charisma. These men claim that the Brazilian women will do anything sexually. It is mentioned that perhaps the Black churches encourage Black women to be sexually repressed.
There is so much in this book to digest. My head is still spinning. It is excellently written and amazingly researched. Whether for curiosity or for defense, women need to read this—especially Black women. Women need the information in this book in order to be proactive.