The parents' guide to what's in this movie. She said the barbershop had been open for about a decade, but that she did not know it was also a brothel, adding that staff appeared to be free to come and go as they wished. One character is killed because of gang violence. What parents need to know Parents need to know that Barbershop: Women say men want a "ho" with fake long hair and fake big butts and a light complexion, whereas men say women want a "superthug" with a criminal record who's also a Harvard graduate and a business man. The study focused on the barbershop as a sex-role socialization setting in which adult Black males actively negotiate masculinity while Black male youth passively negotiate masculinity and in all likelihood are socialized to become active negotiators. The woman, who also requested anonymity for fear of retribution, said she was twice told by police not to make trouble after complaining about the business earlier this year. Still, the movie ultimately encourages teamwork, integrity, community volunteerism, and open communication between family, partners, and friends. Also positive messages about community, integrity, fidelity, marriage, and fatherhood, as well as talking openly with those you love instead of making assumptions about them. A husband jokes that his tired wife can only offer "lazy side booty. Content analyses of taped barbershop sessions and the researcher's written reports of the session revealed that the barbershop studied perpetuates sex-role stereotypes, encourages sexist attitudes toward women, and, in general, is a sex-role socialization setting that promotes sex-role inequality. Most of the contemporary research and scholarship examining gender in Black-oriented media has focused on the experiences of men, and has both implicitly and explicitly linked Black popular culture with masculinity Emerson, ; Rose, No part of this article may be reproduced in print, electronically, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed without written permission. Several references to innocent bystanders getting shot. A crew tries to steal the sneakers off a boy's feet until another crew shows up with guns. The Next Cut continues the funny-but-mature Barbershop franchise. Franklin Abstract Two hundred-eighty participants-as-observer hours and eight hours of informal interviewers with informants during a two-month period in summer were data sources in an analysis of a Black male urban barbershop in a midwestern city.