Is it still a thing in Japan? And isn't it literal blackface?
That depends, is there a history of Ganguro being historically used by racists or reasons to otherwise interpret it as a racist act, such as the case is in the US?
Well then it's not blackface.
Japan is a nigger-free country, nobody will cry about blackfaces.
You're on the wrong textboard. Exit is this way: ->
You're the one acting like a nigger.
reddit wiggers are saying the nword again
nigger is banned on most "subreddits"
reddit wigger detected
Even if it was somehow racist, Japanese don't give a fuck lol
you can see it in 2chans webm board, they like laughing at American monkeys (their words)
Monkey see, monkey do.
fucking racist scum
There's no such thing as a "good person".
Wait. Ganguro was a rebellion against Japanese beauty standards for girls (they have to be pale). It was more about looking like a Californian girl, tanned, blond, with a lot of shiny makeup. It really has nothing to do with blackface.
land of the setting sun
Exactly, but it's not going to stop people from dragging American culture wars into everything.
I almost became mute.
I dream of Velveeta.
Ah, yes. American culture. Almost an oxymoron if you know where to look. A thousand cultures thrown together so hard mathematics becomes philosophy and physics becomes engineering.
And blackface becomes cultural appropriation.