Comment on Skin Colour is Not a Fashion Statement (And no, we won’t “get a tan…”) by link.
this is a good post. i’m half italian and half black, and have a dark tan complexion. to me it’s ironic because society (here in america at least) tells you to be tan but not TOO dark, so often i have been self conscious in my slightly darker skin. my skin color is very ambiguous to the point where random strangers try to guess my race (VERY rude!). i think we all should stop focusing on skin color – or rather, focus on the beauty of it. i love my pale friends, tan friends, dark friends, whatever color. let’s accept the natural and learn to be confident in our own beauty, in whatever we wear.
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