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Old 11-10-2014, 01:16 AM   #11
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The Anti-Pocahotties movement really took a firm stance this year. Just imagine the public outrage if Black-face came back! Poking fun a a culture is never appropriate.
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Originally Posted by 1DancingBear View Post
The Anti-Pocahotties movement really took a firm stance this year. Just imagine the public outrage if Black-face came back! Poking fun a a culture is never appropriate.
I'm pretty sure that a little girl idolizing a Disney Princess and wanting to be her for a day is different than a white man painting his face like a black man so that he can be paid for an acting role rather than a black man being paid for an acting role.

I think "Black-face" and "Disney Pocahontas Costumes" fall in two totally separate categories. That's just my opinion though.
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