The present thesis deals with the linguistic-discursive aspect of interracial pornographic short stories. My central aim has been to display uneven power relations that are presented and thus, also further maintained, within the context of interracial pornographic literature. Within that field the intention was to reveal strong (often hidden) racist ideologies which focus on perpetuating a white supremacist culture.In my analysis, a large corpus of interracial pornographic short stories was examined, which had to feature at least one black male and one white female character. For the textual analysis, the theory of Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) was applied. Since CDA aims to reveal unequal social power relations and looks at the link between language and power, it appeared most appropriate within my field. The aim of my thesis, however, was to deconstruct and denaturalize racist ideologies that were found in interracial pornographic texts.The present thesis consists of two large parts; the first is concerned with the theoretical background and the second one consists of the hypotheses, analyses, and interpretations. Thus, after giving a historical introduction to African American experience and the construction of black stereotypes, this thesis analyzes a corpus of more than 200.000 words. The corpus analysis consists of two different methods, namely a qualitative in-depth analysis and a quantitative examination of the corpus. There are three major conceptualizations of African American males that I have worked on, namely, a depiction as animalistic or over-sexed, as violent, brutal or rapist, and as athletic and attractive. Furthermore, attention has been paid to the depiction of the white female characters within these stories. These were put in strong oppositions to the black males. The objective of my analysis was to highlight the power of language in respect to current social power relations and ideologies.