What angered or depressed him—or you—the most? Most are nameless, even faceless. How would you feel if you changed the color of your skin? What might today's reaction be if the book had just been published? On the one hand, their criticisms may be valid. They all assume that a black man would have experience with exotic sex acts that decent whites do not dare to try.
I have never been discriminated by someone.
A final form of racism that Griffin warns against is black racism toward whites. Likewise, women have historically been on the receiving end of sexual violence from men far more than they have from one another, and the temporary vulnerability people experience in a bathroom or locker room could make women far more vulnerable to attack or unwanted attention.
How does that stance dehumanize black men and women?