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Made white kids look goofy and like try hards, while the black kids were the hip cool ones. But didn't feel like an agenda was being pushed. More of just a reflection of what the 90's was for city kids. Could be perceived as a warning of what feminism and multiculturalism does to society. But not in a "Reefer Madness" hyperbolic way, but just in a realistic retelling of what many kids went through, myself included (to some degree). Single moms and vicious cycles. Reminds me of 2 things.1.)This quote from Chuck Palanyuk talking about "Fight Club" :"Joseph Campbell said that beyond a person’s biological father, people needed a secondary father — especially men. Typically that was a teacher, coach, military officer or priest. But it would be someone who isn’t the biological father but would take the adolescent and coach him into manhood from that point. The problem is that so many of these secondary fathers are being brought down in recent history. Sports coaches have become stigmatized. Priests have become pariahs. For whatever reason, men are leaving teaching. And so, many of these secondary fathers are disappearing altogether. When that happens, what are we left with? Are these children or young men ever going to grow up?...One of the things that I loved about Campbell is that he explained gangs by saying this is what happens when there’s no secondary father. These gangs are taking young men and giving them impossible tasks, giving them praise and rewards and coaching them to an adulthood. But it’s a negative adulthood. And so, as these secondary fathers disappear for everyone, there will be similar forms that will appear and fulfill that function. But they will coach these young men to maybe more negative manhoods."Source:https://melmagazine.com/en-us/story/a-conversation-with-chuck-palahniuk-the-author-of-fight-club-and-the-man-behind-tyler-durden-2---------------------------------2.)And this video from Sam Hyde, "Sam Hyde - Too Crazy For Drugs" :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c6EGGPqgRjU
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