BLACK FACE INCIDENT from KPOP stars

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Blackface is a form of theatrical makeup used predominantly by non-black performers to represent a black person. The practice gained popularity during the 19th century and contributed to the spread of racial stereotypes. Not anyone in this world would know about this and why it's sensitive toward black community, especially in U.S. Many Asian wouldn't know about this, in fact They're rarely seen any black people in their society. In history, this practice was used to Stereotypes black race and played a significant role in cementing and proliferating racist images, attitudes, and perceptions worldwide, but also in popularizing black culture. 

Many times, Kpop stars did a lot "ignorant act", not knowing this controversy, and paint their face black to mimicking black people. Most of them don't have any ill intention at all, and use it to parody and make it "seems fun". However, unsurprisingly they got massive criticism from netizen around the world, pointing their fault and spread hate. The idols are human too, they make mistake, acknowledge it and apologize, what's more they can do beside that?  

I would not take blame on them 100%, since they're surely don't have intention at all. They aren't educate enough about this. It's understandable. Why should anyone know the history of other country when they sometimes don't know about history of their nation? Do you know the history of other country? One of my friend who is moslem told me that in her culture man shouldn't touch a woman hand directly because it's consider not polite. Only her husband and same gender can touch her hand. Yet, when white people or foreigner who don't know about this touch my friend hand, she didn't directly hate them because of it. What she do is try to educate them. She told that it isn't right, and explain the reason. 

I think people should be more tolerant toward others and stop being too oversensitive by something that supposedly harmless like this BLACKFACE scandal. I feel that many people hide behind the internet justify their action for trying to spread hate. It's up to the person to dislike it or not, but try to bring other down isn't right. It's CYBER BULLYING and it's awful. When you forced someone to align with what you think is right/correct, it's when your action can't be justify anymore. Stop the victim mentality and think everything about painting a face black is to degrade / mocking one people race/skin. It isn't always like that. Black skin is cool, there might be people who want to have black skin, thus they paint it black. Do they racist because of that? Of course not.

If I wear a black mask to erase my blackheads and take some selfie while wearing it, is it a racist thing? I hope people become more understanding and tolerant, don't judge and spread hate in this harsh world. They might've be ignorant or wrong or just simply cultural differences.

One thing I would add:
"Let any one of you who is without sin be the first to throw a stone at her." John 8:7



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