hey, people sending me sarcastic messages about over-exaggerated instances of ‘cultural appropriation’, maybe you could slow your roll?
plantgender said: Hey, white people (like us) wearing dreadlocks is actually really very racist, and the first model in that most recent post of yours is sporting a massive head full of them, you should take that post down
I’d love to hear some other people chime in on this issue. This particular model is from the Polish company ‘Ewa Michalak’ and always, always has dreads. It’s been my policy vis-a-vis this model that it doesn’t seem part of a general black-appropriate look, so I was under the impression that the dreads themselves were not offensive. If, however, I hear from some people who find the fact that she is white & has dreads upsetting and disturbing, I will be happy to take them down! I wasn’t aware of this & I would like to be as respectful as possible.
Edit: I changed the image in the original post & took down the tumblr post (I couldn’t edit it bc I didn’t make it). Some people said that it DID bother them but they didn’t want to bring it up— of course, you’re under no obligation to, but if something does seem offensive that I post, please bring it up! I’ll definitely try to listen and figure out if this is an issue other readers of mine are having. In this instance, I wanted to hear from actual POC before taking any action because it was something I had heard diverse responses on previously.
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