Gay Rappers Carry the Torch for Bounce, but Not Everyone's Comfortable with That

Cheryl Gerber/Gambit Weekly
Gambit | August 14, 2008
At the end of the day, the sissies enjoy an uneasy acceptance, both for carrying bounce's torch and, of course, for keeping the dance floor jumping with women. But in the working-class African-American South, male homosexuality can be a difficult identity to maintain.


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