Hey Fab Bats! Do you need resources for coping with this heat, as the brooding bat that you are? This summer pack is here to help…
Hey Fab Bats! Welcome to another Friday Favorites. I’ve been meaning to feature this one for a while, as I am a long time fan of this bat babe’s work…
Hey Fab Bats! Guess what this Friday is? Black Goth Appreciation Day. Every last Friday of June we take the time to shout out black people in the goth subculture.
Hey Fab Bats! I wanted to make a compilation of beachwear for you bats of all gradients who plan on venturing out into the sun. Here you will find a full spectrum of swimsuits: custom, affordable, plus-size and modest.
Hey Fab Bats! Happy to see you join in on another Friday Favorites. Today I’ll be taking a brief look at the Netflix original horror film, “The Open House”.
Kinsella believes the root of ganguro-loathing exists in the racist underpinnings of Japanese society. She writes:
Commentary about the race, tribe, and skin color of girls, was sometimes entwined with a derogatory and pseudo-Darwinian commentary about dark-skinned girls, which implied that they were a kind of species or animal. Classified as dark-skinned primitives and animals, girls daring to wear black face and witch outfits sometimes became subject to a racist assault on their humanity.
While this may certainly have played a part in setting the parameters of the discussion, the girls deserve much more credit for having intentionally engineered the ganguro look to frighten off anyone not in gyaru circles. They may have unconsciously tapped into long-standing racial and skin color prejudices to settle on a darker skin, but their goal was extremity rather than racial reference itself.