Neil was an Ivy-league-educated brothah who wanted to be the next Victor Newman.
For a generation of young, black men who grew up watching the affluent lifestyle of the Huxtables on the Number One rated NBC sitcom , Neil was someone they could look up to and aspire to be like.
The fact that Moore flashed a sneaky "I'll Screw You All Night " grin and a six, eight, ten-pack didn't hurt.
However, it can also be problematic, as it originally stemmed from scientists and psychologists in the late 19th century trying to categorize a group of people they considered "ill" or "disabled" or "abnormal" in a negative way.star Eva Marcillehas definitely come along way since she premiered as Tyra, the never-before-mentioned bio aunt of Devon (Bryton Mc Clure), however Y&R's black storyline as a whole is the only weak link in an otherwise miraculous recovery for the CBS sudser. Before the Barber sisters and the Winters brothers arrived in the 90's, blacks on soaps were typically written as either saintly and heroic or dangerous and menacing.Characters like Drucilla (Victoria Rowell), Liv (Tonya Lee Williams), Neil (Kristoff St.ed to) heterosexuality, homosexuality, bisexuality, and asexuality.Some people have reported being aware of their sexual orientation early in life other have reported discovering their sexual orientation later.