SLYLINGUAL DINA

I like this, especially the cultural appropriation part, because I’m tired of white people accusing me (and others of my race) of appropriating OUR OWN CULTURES, or shaming my white friends for liking fashion inspired by other cultures
I like the idea of living in a country where culture is a fluid thing, and I understand how white people capitalizing on and exploiting ethnic and oppressed cultures is wrong, but I do NOT like the idea of a person’s fashion choices being policed based on race.
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I like this, especially the cultural appropriation part, because I’m tired of white people accusing me (and others of my race) of appropriating OUR OWN CULTURES, or shaming my white friends for liking fashion inspired by other cultures
I like the idea of living in a country where culture is a fluid thing, and I understand how white people capitalizing on and exploiting ethnic and oppressed cultures is wrong, but I do NOT like the idea of a person’s fashion choices being policed based on race.
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I like this, especially the cultural appropriation part, because I’m tired of white people accusing me (and others of my race) of appropriating OUR OWN CULTURES, or shaming my white friends for liking fashion inspired by other cultures
I like the idea of living in a country where culture is a fluid thing, and I understand how white people capitalizing on and exploiting ethnic and oppressed cultures is wrong, but I do NOT like the idea of a person’s fashion choices being policed based on race.
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I like this, especially the cultural appropriation part, because I’m tired of white people accusing me (and others of my race) of appropriating OUR OWN CULTURES, or shaming my white friends for liking fashion inspired by other cultures

I like the idea of living in a country where culture is a fluid thing, and I understand how white people capitalizing on and exploiting ethnic and oppressed cultures is wrong, but I do NOT like the idea of a person’s fashion choices being policed based on race.

(Source: societates)


Jimi Hendrix at a Martin Luther King, Jr. benefit in New York City in June 1968 a few months after the civil rights leader’s assassination.

Jimi Hendrix at a Martin Luther King, Jr. benefit in New York City in June 1968 a few months after the civil rights leader’s assassination.

(Source: 70-s)