A white person who is sexually attracted to or amorously involved with a so-called Negro; usage circa 1960s.
Etymology: The word was current in the early to mid-1960s, before the black power movement replaced the word "Negro" with "Afro-American" and "Black" in polite conversation. The word is featured in the title of Guy D. St. Lazare's 1966 pulp novel "The Young Negrosexuals".
"They came to love negroes."
"What were they called?"
"They were called: THE YOUNG NEGROSEXUALS"
-- jacket blurb from G.D. St. Lazare's novel "The Young Negrosexuals" (New York: Berkely Original, 1966)
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