How has "Blacked.com" influenced mainstream TV programming's acceptance of IR sex?
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I used the term IR scene to indicate romantic exchanges between Black guys and Non-Black girls during S1 of "LEGACIES". Even if it is merely interracial making out in a dream sequence . . . that qualified for me.

There is absolutely no doubt that next season will include more such IR scenes if Netflix streaming numbers impress the bosses at CBS Productions. They really do take these Netflix stats into account. "All-American" is on life support for example and it is widely understood that only its performance on Netflix will save it.

So all four brothers do indeed eventually get some IR action if I must post spoilers but in shooting the second season why would you doubt they would be supportive of more advanced interracial for our predominately Black cast of actors?

That black chick Nia has left after only two episodes and doesn't even have a place at that private prepatory boarding school . . . she is a non-factor moving forward into the sophomore season being shot this summer
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(04-07-2019, 05:08 PM)iramaj Wrote:
(04-07-2019, 04:25 PM)Young Herschel Wrote: This isn't the full cast photo of "Legacies" and you know it.  There are two otha broths (Dorian and Kaleb) and several actresses who have IR scenes though . . . I shouldn't post spoilers about them just check out the trailer on NETFLIX and episode 4 to get a feel for the degree of diversity "Legacies" promoted season 1 . . . we want the executives to see it really shine on Netflix so they know they're on the right path by deliberately investing in BLACK MEN!!


I already watched the season while it was airing. When you say "IR Scenes" are you talking about the times a black man and white woman are on screen together, because yeah, in that case, there are plenty of those LMAO.   Yeah it's great to see young black actors cast on shows but you're trying to pass it off to everyone as a new age Teen Interracial Love Drama that was influenced by Blacked or that it's promoting more IR relationships when it's not even close to being the case. Now you're trying to change it to watch so black actors will be cast more lol.

But let's see how it ended. Out of the four black men on the show, two ended up with no one, one with black chick and one ended up with his girl cheating on him with a white guy.  They are really promoting those IR relationships there lol.

I've watched all of season 1 of "Legacies" & I can confirm what iramaj has posted in this thread today. The OP is completely fuccing embarrassing himself by overselling the representation of IRRs involving Black Male characters on the show. I've watched a ton of CW shows over the years and they're other CW shows with better BM IRR representation than this 1st season of "Legacies". So off that fact alone, the OP is being ridiculous.

They teased several potential IRRs involving the students throughout the season, especially in the 1st half. But none of them got together. So all I can say for "Legacies" is their is potential for IRRs in the future but none of them have happened.
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^^^ Please enlightened us as to these other CW shows that have SEVERAL Black men engaged in IR scenes . . . ones where any of the main characters FUCK by episode 6?? Take your time . . .
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(04-07-2019, 08:02 PM)SmashThots357 Wrote: I've watched all of season 1 of "Legacies" & I can confirm what iramaj has posted in this thread today. The OP is completely fuccing embarrassing himself by overselling the representation of IRRs involving Black Male characters on the show. I've watched a ton of CW shows over the years and they're other CW shows with better BM IRR representation than this 1st season of "Legacies". So off that fact alone, the OP is being ridiculous.

They teased several potential IRRs involving the students throughout the season, especially in the 1st half. But none of them got together. So all I can say for "Legacies" is their is potential for IRRs in the future but none of them have happened.

Lol thank you. I was going to just let it go because Hersch was willing to die on this mountain.
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there was another similar thread here and it got moved to another section after the change in administration and it apparently died. I think porn has a much bigger impact on society than most of you would believe, especially in the years since the internet became ubiquitous. There aren't many studies cause it's still pretty hush hush and divisive especially when it comes to academia and feminists. If you doubt the porn effect just count how many women have shaved pussies when you come across them.
The few studies on the desire of different ethnicities for other ethnicities more than 10 years ago would have to be revisited, using the old results as a baseline. However, those were limited in scope to finances and class, with no control for just physical attraction or physical distance. IIRC those studies, mostly dependent on data from dating websites at the time, showed American white women begin to be equally interested in black men when they had a salary 10x that of the average white men, and Asian men 25x. Of course that would include risk aversion and that they were not socially interacting with anyone. It also didn't account for women who grew up in homogenous environs vs diverse areas.
The BM/WF depictions on TV are still not all that great. They are usually still the side piece(Hellcats, Vampire Diaries), a cuck placeholder for white guys (Private Practice, Glee, Valor, even Life Sentence that I had high hopes for devolves to this), killed off quickly (Once Upon a Time, which did it three times, once when a black guy asked out the werewolf girl on a date, and she mauls him literally 30 seconds later) ), or just subverted for no good reason (Supergirl). So far Legacies is just depicting black men as lusty objects and potential mistakes.
Haven't seen most of this very current crop of streaming shows, but seems hopeful. Already The Dragon Prince, a netflix cartoon, has the very best depiction of an IR couple i've probably ever seen, with the caveat that they were killed, in very honorable ways tho lol.
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(04-07-2019, 05:08 PM)iramaj Wrote:
(04-07-2019, 04:25 PM)Young Herschel Wrote: This isn't the full cast photo of "Legacies" and you know it.  There are two otha broths (Dorian and Kaleb) and several actresses who have IR scenes though . . . I shouldn't post spoilers about them just check out the trailer on NETFLIX and episode 4 to get a feel for the degree of diversity "Legacies" promoted season 1 . . . we want the executives to see it really shine on Netflix so they know they're on the right path by deliberately investing in BLACK MEN!!


I already watched the season while it was airing. When you say "IR Scenes" are you talking about the times a black man and white woman are on screen together, because yeah, in that case, there are plenty of those LMAO.   Yeah it's great to see young black actors cast on shows but you're trying to pass it off to everyone as a new age Teen Interracial Love Drama that was influenced by Blacked or that it's promoting more IR relationships when it's not even close to being the case. Now you're trying to change it to watch so black actors will be cast more lol.

But let's see how it ended. Out of the four black men on the show, two ended up with no one, one with black chick and one ended up with his girl cheating on him with a white guy.  They are really promoting those IR relationships there lol.

You say two end up with no one, but it's worse than that in a way. Because it's the same old "black guy cucks white guy" stereotype. So whenever that ticking bomb goes off, it's just gonna be another taboo, interracial relationship that's kind of like a warning. And if that doesn't happen and the plot gets darker like the earlier shows... Being sired to someone who's banging some else is the epitome of cuckoldry. 
That's not to say I'm not happy to see more black guys getting leading roles, but there are no "relationships". A black guy bangs a girl and tells her she's not the one, end of story. And another almost gets cucked.

It may not be by episode 6, but John Diggle has a white wife and a child with her. They've had ups and downs, but the series always brings them back together and they're generally happy. There's also iZombie. It's gonna come across a little whiny, but there still seems to be a thing where most BM/OF relationships end with murder or harsh breakups. Not much else to it. Oh well
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(04-07-2019, 08:52 PM)iramaj Wrote:
(04-07-2019, 08:02 PM)SmashThots357 Wrote: I've watched all of season 1 of "Legacies" & I can confirm what iramaj has posted in this thread today. The OP is completely fuccing embarrassing himself by overselling the representation of IRRs involving Black Male characters on the show. I've watched a ton of CW shows over the years and they're other CW shows with better BM IRR representation than this 1st season of "Legacies". So off that fact alone, the OP is being ridiculous.

They teased several potential IRRs involving the students throughout the season, especially in the 1st half. But none of them got together. So all I can say for "Legacies" is their is potential for IRRs in the future but none of them have happened.


^The position Smashthots & Iramaj affirmed in the preceding paragraph . . . LIES! LIES!! LIES!!! Example in the first episode of "Legacies" they teased a potential IRR lust vs love triangle involving this new enrollee Raphael and twin sisters Saltzman (Elizabeth & Josette) who have been assigned by their father Headmaster Alaric Saltzman as his tour guides.  Lizzie (the Blonde twin) represented a lustful physical interest in Raphael while her milder twin Jo-Jo (the Brunette twin) expressed an emotional loving interest in Raphael which transcended his physical appearance as "the hot new guy at school".  

"So all I can say for "Legacies" is there is potential for IRRs in the future but none of them have happened"

In the fifth episode . . . did you miss something Dodgy ???

LIES, LIES and more LIES from my opposition on this issue . . . point proven via evidence produced Sleepy

Lol thank you. I was going to just let it go because Hersch was willing to die on this mountain.
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