About the Author
For you the reader to fully understand where White Men Can't Hump will take you; you must first understand where the author has been. Todd Wooten is nothing more than a Black Man who grew up in a small country town in Central Ohio. After graduating from high school, Todd Wooten embarked on the following journey: enlisted in the U.S. Marines, worked as a prison guard, worked as a bouncer, worked as a mall cop, worked as a paramedic, and worked as a firefighter. This journey has allowed him to meet people from all 50 states, of numerous different Races, and from all walks of life. His travels in the U.S. and abroad have served as his only true education. His life, past and present, have been shaped by this journey, and his personal experiences helped to shape White Men Can't Hump. America's views on Race and Sex, past and present, are the foundation for White Men Can't Hump. White Men Can't Hump is merely a reflection of where the author and America have crossed paths. By living a life among America's regular people, he has been able to tap into America's attitudes on Race and Sex. Therefore, White Men Can't Hump is merely a reflection of all of us, whether we like it or not, and whether we admit it or not. White Men Can't Hump is the story of Race and Sex in America, and Todd Wooten is merely a grass-roots level storyteller; so read with caution, and please enjoy.