slightlyhumble Presents: "Oh my Lord, it's Diversity!"

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It is time for parents to teach young people early on that in diversity there is beauty and there is strength. - Maya Angelou

PS: Please disregard all of Cara's grammatical errors if you do see them. Since she is currently struggling with staying up late to study for exams she doesn't always see every error. So grammar doesn't count.

Team coffee all the way.

Hello! My name is Cara! How are you today?

Good? I hope you are, haha. But I have a question when you went out today, can you tell me how many non-white people have you seen? Did you see a lot?

Yes? We see so many different races every day, and if not: you all know that we live in a world with not just one race, right?

Yes? We see so many different races every day, and if not: you all know that we live in a world with not just one race, right?

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You know I am right, right? We will just say I am correct, okay? Deal? Deal.

But here we go! Writing diversity isn't a writing style! No. It. Is. Not. Get. It. Right.

I genuinely hate it when people say writing POC characters and their cultural problems is a form of writing. It's not. Do you have white lead characters and their problems as a "form of writing?"

It doesn't make sense, you know? I mean if it makes sense, I just want to know how

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It doesn't make sense, you know? I mean if it makes sense, I just want to know how. I am curious.

I mean - I am over here dying from the hypocrisy - can you see my point? But okay, you still have your head stuck in a hole where common sense doesn't exist.

OKAY ALRIGHT KIDDOS, THAT'S RIGHT, LET'S GET EDUCATED!

Kpop. Oh my lord. OMFG. I like kpop, and in fact I love kpop, but guess what? There is a line. When you're writing about Korean culture or well ANY CULTURE, please do research.

I am just taking kpop and korean culture as an example because of how much I have seen it around wattpad or well in general. K-wave in general.

For example, the word "oppa" isn't some cute endearment, it's a way for a girl/woman to call a boy/man who is older than her respectfully when they're talking. If you have a better explanation please tell me, I'm not Korean, but I do like to study the culture.

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