Mandem ed. by Iggy Ldn
What does it mean to be a Black man in contemporary Britain? This collection of essays from key contemporary thinkers and writers takes this question as its thesis, and attempts to break down some existing stereotypes about Black British manhood. Across its examination, MANDEM probes into the importance of male role-models, and the unique relationship between mother and son. It explores the sexual pressure placed on young heterosexual men, whilst asking what contemporary Black queerness looks like.