I frankly dont care if people wear the cartoon hairstyle they desire from Weismart's blog

As soon as Animal Crossing Bells it's certainly clear AC attempts to steer clear of politics, it's not possible to be completely apolitical. If we're not closely involved with a problem, we have the liberty to decide whether it matters. So is using black hairstyles at a match somehow a problem? Well, one way or another, there's not a simple answer.


This isn't a matter of bringing politics into video games. This is a matter of individuals taking a nugget of a reasonable argument and carrying it in an awful direction.Exactly, unfortunately the nuance here (because you said black players petitioning nintendo to realize that hey, maybe black people want to look like themselves at AC, also!) Is totally lost in a giant shit show. . .It's kinda concerning cause I'm white (okay I'm half Brazilian but I certainly seem white) and I have very frizzy hair(not sure if it's the correct term, English isn't my first language) and I only know that if I ever posted actual picture of me following two day of ski I'd get some shit.


I frankly dont care if people wear the cartoon hairstyle they desire. Technically my personality is wearing exactly what they thought to become an afro for black women, but it is also the nearest hairstyle for my curled, poofy, full of tangles consistently hair. People today behave like every white man hairstyle is comprised, I literally cant find anything near the braids I usually wear in match. I understand why people are able to get up in Animal Crossing Items For Sale arms, but jeez if she would like to wear space buns and those are the nearest cartoon sprite then SHE'S NOT TRYING TO WEAR AFRO BUNS.



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