I am a French-Iranian woman with a passion for comedy. I have been lucky enough to be performing all over New York since 2010. I was a TV producer and a head writer for a morning live news show in France, as well as a free lance journalist and a book editor for many years.
Anonymous said:Hi! I'm sorry to bother, but I have a question. I have a friend who looks white (blonde, light skin, green eyes) but was actually born and raised in India by her Hindu parents. She practices Hinduism and only recently moved to the states. She still wears traditional clothing, but the other day she posted a picture of herself in her traditional clothes and got a lot of hate for it, people saying it was cultural appropriation. She's bummed out about it and is now questioning her ethnicity. Help?
1. All those people screaming cultural appropriation at her are ignoramuses who are basically saying, “Wow, you don’t look like my ill-informed,...
I know this has been going around since last night, but reblogging so I can have it, and keep it and watch it. I love Amy. She’s the reason why I am doing comedy today.
She is showing what this is all about - true support, and women having each others’ backs because it’s a tough world out there for our gender and there are still people who say that women are not funny enough to be given a chance.
Let’s do this girls! Let’s have each others’ backs!