I have a story set in the American 1880s and I changed the race of a character for better representation. But one of the only times I mention she's black at all is when my white male main character meets her for the first time and he mentally points it out in the narrative. It would be historically unrealistic if he didn't.
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Ever since our trip to New Orleans, I’ve been dreaming about the deep fried, fluffy, piled-high-with-sugar beignets recipe at the legendary Café Du Monde. The historical French Market has been serving up the delicious French-style beignets and coffee since 1862. Traditional New Orleans Beignets are the only food they serve, so they definitely do it...read more
Russian culture has always inspired famous designers (Christian Lacroix, Louboutin, Chanel) for creation of fantastic outfits, jewelry, headpieces and I think that it’s a great wedding theme. Just imagine – exquisite dresses with embroidery, unique crochet headpieces, a bouquet wrapped in yarn, bright makeup, karavai bread, natural fur and bright colors. Fur may be used not only for a wrap or a coat but also for the dress itself – isn’t that amazing? Russian winter weddings have special…
You mean the one that only exists in your imagination? Or do you actually understand the country you grew up in and think that's good enough? Because the one I grew up in had state run education, an FCC, and a lot of other immoral stuff. I don't want the next generation to grow up in that America. I want something better.