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I went and copped the chopsticks, put it in my bun just to pop #......
Chinese ink on, Siamese links on
Call me 2 Chainz, name go ding dong
originally posted by: starwarsisreal
a reply to: pavil
Eh, cultural appropriation is only when a person wears another culture's clothing in a very mocking way or wear it in a disrespecting way.
For example, a person wears Native American feather headdresses even though its only exclusively for religious elders.
The Utah girl's Chinese dress is not cultural appropriation because the Chinese dress was usually used for parties and the girl wore it to prom.
a reply to: SocratesJohnson
Your comment reminds me of this white guilt sjw who had a patronizing view toward black people.
originally posted by: Milkweed
People are screaming "culture appropriation" if you look on social media. It's just not being reported on the MSM. In all honesty, it isn't news anyway.
originally posted by: SocratesJohnson
If any white liberal points out anything "negative" that a black person does, that white liberal would be racist. Therefore, black people cannot be racist, or have any negative actions that one can speak of. Since Liberals are the only people who use words like "cultural appropriation", and blaming anyone but a white person is racist, the answer is No, this is not wrong.
originally posted by: AugustusMasonicus
a reply to: starwarsisreal
I'm gonna wear a kimono, a feather headdress and eat with chopsticks at the next party I go to. Hopefully it's on Taco Tuesday.