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Regina Mar 30
Replying to @thisisinsider
You can't be serious with this post 😆🤣
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s4lty (OTO commissions open) Mar 30
Somebody didn't get the memo that USA is a country populated mostly by white people (around 72%). Of course there are gonna be more films with no other race representations!
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Luis Alberto Gomez Mar 30
Yeah if we went by representation then that means only 60% of the people in films should be white based on stats.. Or you are just making excuses for the amount of racist shit that happens in your country. Because your majority is not 70 or 80 percent...
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Luis Alberto Gomez Mar 30
Because like it or not, the 72 percent stat includes white Hispanics...
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Golurk Mar 30
Which also explains why women are underrepresented despite being 50% of the population.
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골가리무덤트롤 Mar 30
WHITESPLAIN
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Celeste Penetrante Mar 30
Yeah. Asian Stereotypes in Hollywood have always stayed the same. But, personally, I think it’s because we’ve been discouraged to even pursue anything to do with the fine arts and are in favor of a higher paying job. Like being a doctor. 1/?
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🌟Mega🌟 🍤 is TIRED OF VLD Mar 30
Replying to @thisisinsider @yooani
This ENTIRE post,,,
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Celeste Penetrante Mar 30
Replying to @thisisinsider
And it’s feels like we don’t care enough to even change Hollywood on how they view us. Hell, I’m Filipina and there’s literally nothing about us in Hollywood. We’re practically invisible to everybody despite how loud and proud we are. 2/2
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FM🎧🌃 Mar 31
I think it's really absurd not to see Latino people being portrayed in Asian cinema, it's boring racism 🤷🏻‍♂️
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Matty Mar 31
why
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badly drawn bee 🐝 Mar 31
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Vatsala Jhaveri Mar 31
Replying to @thisisinsider
It's just a dumb way of making somebody with naturally black hair look 'rebellious'. They do it with other ethnicities with naturally dark hair. Whilst people with naturally lighter hair (see: Winona Ryder, a blonde) have their hair dyed jet black. Not racism. Just laziness.
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Vlad Kawaii Mar 31
Девченка из 16тинс азиатка? Не знал.
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Ignacio Cañas Mar 31
Replying to @thisisinsider
Ok, what the article says it's kinda true, but all the examples are taken way out of contex. The highlights in the hair it isn't just reserve for asian women, it's for everyone who needs to shown this rebel personality. It's lazy writing, yes, but it's not racist.
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Ignacio Cañas Mar 31
Replying to @thisisinsider
For example, you are showing the clip from Scott Pilgrim, but in that movie, the asian girl it's just trying to imitate the hairstyle of another character (wich is american an has highlights in her hair).
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바이바이한 리을🦄🏳️‍🌈 Mar 31
Replying to @thisisinsider
YES I tweeted about the hair streak thing a while ago and all these WHITE MEN got mad at me for some reason??
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바이바이한 리을🦄🏳️‍🌈 Mar 31
Replying to @KeyOfTheLights
Sorry there are plenty of asians pursuing careers in the arts in US, that's how shows like webearbears came about and they're in hollywood too. It's like a glass ceiling for asians. They don't let us into the decision making seats
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바이바이한 리을🦄🏳️‍🌈 Mar 31
But do you see asian girls in hollywood action films without the streak? That's the point here. When we appear, it's always the rebellious character which narrows our existance down to only being submissive or rebellious and never a full, round human being
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