The video in question showed a woman being catcalled by a diverse group of individuals. Many of them anonymous faces in a crowd. Apparently, according to you and those you are siding with, the majority of those men where 'black and latino'.
My question to you is independent of any racial ideology or 'how race operates. So I'll rephrase it as follows:
You say that the men in that video where mostly black and latino. So, does that mean blacks and latinos are more aggressive towards women than their white counterparts?
(I think that is a pretty clear and unassuming question)
Thanks for the clarification. What I am saying to you...no, what I am reiterating is that the very question of are "blacks and latinos...more aggressive towards women than their white counterparts" only makes sense if you make two assumptions.
1). That we can actually identify blacks and latinos as distinct from "white counterparts."
2). That aggression is a function of purported habits and preferences of specific groups.
The first assumption is itself a shinning example of racial ideology (and is not "independent" of your "unassuming question). In order for it to hold you not only have to believe that the world's population can be divided into distinct groups defined by "race," but also that the class, religious, sexual differences of group members is colonized by a single thing called "race."
Aggression is not a trait of African Americans any more than happiness is a trait of human beings. Aggression is the toxic by-product of political economic conditions. The question should instead be: to what extent is patriarchy an ubiquitous expression of aggression that knows no barriers?