Living around a certain element means that one may face distinct forms of persecution such as stalking and slander. The Negro male is no exception to this, as he will perpetuate the worse qualities of humanity to be recognized and to feel in control. He does this without ever figuring out that there are more tolerable and acceptable ways to maintain a status.
In this book, the author examines aspects of the Negro male's life as it relates to the black woman and his environment. Solutions are suggested to make for a better experience for both individuals.