On Wed, 11 Oct 2017 09:33:40 -0400, Rhino
Post by Rhino
I haven't seen the ad but I've heard that it also has a sequence where a
white woman turns into a black woman. If true, wouldn't that tend to
"undo" any criticism of racism since it implies that it is equally
desireable for a white person to become black as for a black person to
The whole "argument" is pretty silly in the first place in my opinion.
Unless it showed the black woman having some kind of invasive surgical
procedure to actually REMOVE her black skin entirely and then replace it
with white skin, it wouldn't really indicate shame at being black anyway.
Don't know about that but I know I was constantly annoyed while
visiting Hong Kong about the prevalence of hair dye in the HK drug
Hong Kong has some of the most fashion conscious women in the Chinese
world and don't need dye to make their hair a color it isn't
naturally. Admittedly I'm not wild about white or black women in
unnatural colors either (for instance orange - not ginger but orange)
Bottom line is that we were all made what we are and while we can
improve on what we were given it doesn't require biologically
impossible enhancements to look great.