Mind citing a source for this assertion? Haven't run across it.
Black guys claiming natural attraction or superiority for White women? The point was more that we can't segregate or deport a group from the US -- at least not explicitly -- on the basis of a perceived generalized sexual threat or vaguely imagined cultural difference, to the best of my knowledge.
To be fair, it would have been academically cleaner to simply say claims of "big" and virile Black men -- and the use of that for sexual dialogue of one flavor or another -- are in broad circulation among many communities. However, this is consistent with what I have read academically about Black men in certain hip-hop festivals approaching women in general. It's been a couple years or more and I don't remember the author. Edit:
Did come across a couple examples of racial-sexual bravado in Lester (2007), Racialized Politics of Desire in Personal Ads (p. 24)
This is not to say that most or all Black guys would do this, of course -- but there are situations and groups where I seem to recall, it flies. Show me that hardly any Black men ever
come onto White women with claims of say cock size or some other "intrinsic" racial advantage, and I'll be very surprised. But the point is more that a few Black guys do it vocally (quite as some White guys point to their family or European ancestry or American region as a cue to their supposed virtue, I would add) and
here, it fits/feeds a threatening stereotype of the racial group.
I think it's often reported that Black men playing up an image of tough, somewhat dismissive of women, and prone to violence is common in hip-hop circles doing "gangster" masculinity. Even if you didn't find some explicit claims of sexual prowess or entitlement (and I think we would), I'd be very
surprised if we couldn't build a case about images of aggression. Who sponsors this stuff I'm not sure, but there are Black men there on the camera.
Finally, if weaker: I have run into several people online in the past with ghetto handles, claiming to be Black guys, going on about their size and appeal to White women to me. Several of them talked to me in ways that are pretty distinctive -- either an actual Black dialect, or something passable as a slang that I would never
bother to learn.
Overall: I would be pretty surprised if we went out and researched a larger number of people (tell me where you finally get the grant for this one!) and didn't find any groupings where Black men actively take advantage of the "Once you've gone black, you can't go back" sales pitch. But you're welcome to research the people or
the secondary sources and online commentaries, too.
One curious sidenote: For some reason, I'm actually finding it easier to locate studies on stereotypes of Black women
as sexually threatening, off the bat...... But we can't deport them
for that, either!