- why do black Americans think white Americans = all white people? Europe exists. It’s a whole continent of white people. Theoretically.
- why do black Americans think everything they do is original when they’re in a country built by other people? With a culture legally based on, among other things, the rights of Englishmen? “Hispanics” get offended when you point out they’re speaking and culturally pulling from Spain, a white country.
- why do ‘black’ Americans think they’re even black? At best, they’re mixed, raceless. They’re not the standard of black. There’s a whole continent full of black people, Africa still exists, full-blooded people who don’t give a shit about petty “American” problems. Get over yourself.
You cease being African when you become American. That’s the point. You have a homeland to move to, if it’s so oppressive. Why is there no European American? Hyphen Americans aren’t real.
But like they do with so many other trends, non-Black women often latch onto and let go of the latest craze with little regard to where it originated, while simultaneously perpetuating a pejorative narrative about the demographic group responsible for the trend in the first place. Of course, fashion doesn’t exist in a vacuum, but true allyship acknowledges and pays homage to the community responsible for said trend and doesn’t criminalize the community while essentially gentrifying its style.
Their so-called nameplates are often in Gothic Latin scripts (fonts). Not to mention English.
Don’t try to fucking correct me on jewellery and medieval fonts, I will come for you.
Like a thief in the night. The Ls give it away.
You’re trying to trick an Englishwoman – about English fonts. You’re bound to lose. I grew up reading it. We all grew up seeing it. Why do you do this, America? We still have shop signs in that script. It’s the least edgy thing ever. It’s like a fudge shop sign.
And name plates in general?
PICTURED: REAL ROMAN GOLD HOOP EARRING DESIGNS
Literal slave owners wore gold hoops first.
Pictured: Roman snake bracelet
wikipedia “Snake bracelets were often worn in pairs, around the wrists as well as on the upper arms”
So no, the way you wear them isn’t African either.
Although they did own Africa, kinda.
Pictured: Roman armlet
Pictured: Medusa pendant
Pictured: Roman cameos
WHERE WERE YOU? Note: they’re pale as Casper the ghost.
Pictured: ancient European gold body chain. Hoxne hoard. Roman gold, design found in Britain. England specifically.
We invented this, shove off.
Pictured: Greek earrings. Cherubs!
Pictured: more Greek gold earrings, Eros!
YES TELL ME HOW THE EVIL WHITEY STOLE YOUR GOLD JEWELLERY SISTER.
YOU DIDN’T STEAL ANYTHING FROM THEM, NO SIR.
WHAT IS EVEN CULTURAL APPROPRIATION. THAT’S IMPOSSIBLE.
Maybe them and the Asians wouldn’t be so insecurely thieving our clothing if they could establish a thriving culture in the present day.
Is our culture a costume?
They look ridiculous.
Nobody says a word. To know who rules over you…. find the biggest Marxist with the deepest pockets.
Smells like weeb spirit.
Next they’ll steal the Gregorian calendar.