Im having some trouble wrapping my head around this concept. I don't have the math background i really need to fully understand it which i suppose is causing my confusion. I picture a black hole. some distance outside of the Event horizion, i have a man floating in space. The black hole is rotating counter clockwise, and the man's left shoulder is facing the black hole at its equator. the mans right shoulder is stationary relative to some distant constellation. If this man extens both arms like a T, the way space is bending his left hand would be pulled in the direction of the spin of the black hole and his right hand would be pulled in the opposite direction. I keep trying to figure this out but that picture i have in my head doesnt make any sence to me. I feel like im missing some major principle, and Wikipedia has been of no help, hahaha. Is there regions of space being pulled along with the rotation direction of the black hole, and another region farther away being tourqued in the opposite direction? Or is the right hand being pulled in the opposite direction because it isnt actually being pulled but remaining stationary relative to the far off constellation so it gives the illusion of doing so?