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5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
Dark Gray is 50/50 cotton/polyester
Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
Seamless half-inch collar
Double-needle stitched hems
Taped neck and shoulders
I believe it would be racist to tell my child that she can’t dress as Moana because Moana is of a different race. Moana is smart, brave, loyal, I’m not yelling I’m a Nova Scotia girl we just talk loud shirt and kind. She is a worthy role model. To reduce her to her skin color only is racist in my mind. Why would I want my child to believe that the only people worth emulating are those with white skin? There is no such thing as cultural appropriation. Well, ok. Everything is culturally appropriated. Food, clothing, and even the language we speak. It would be impossible to separate the various cultural aspects of our mish mash of cultures. This is beyond ridiculous. This country and its made-up problems are going to hell.
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Costumes are just that. Why do we get so offended about everything? When I was young my mom had a suitcase full of old I’m not yelling I’m a Nova Scotia girl we just talk loud shirt we never ever thought others would be offended especially as we went around the neighborhood as little old people or is that offensive? No! Let us just have fun and provide a safe environment for our kids. I would think that Disney characters fall in the same category as public figures. They are very real people to youngsters and they want to dress like them because they love them. What is racist about that?
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Ok, my problem with this is the person answering the questions is able to spell out the problem, and gives generic answers to the questions at first, but as the questions get more specific and more at the root of the problem, the answers get more and more muddled until they’re not really answered at all. They even go so far as to indicate that the source group may not even be in agreement about what is and isn’t ok. So how is everyone else supposed to figure it out?