Better than showing the bodies of every race hanged without discrimination.
Mmkay that went too far perhaps, but dammit I can't be the only one who takes things too far.
@Ryachaz, if I was an artist, I’d draw a Cute looking robot with a line of hanging corpses behind him, with as perfect a representation of every race and gender as possible, captioned in a cutesy robotic font “you’re ALL equal to us!”
Put that shït on a t shirt
@Ryachaz, *grooms tiny mustache below the nose* But what about those great showers back in the 1940’s?
But isnt flesh is red because it's our meat? They should have labeled them all skin or something.
@InsaneWorm, true, but the old crayons had the color called flesh and it was (of course) a light tan color
I believe this is referencing Crayola’s original name for the peach color crayon which was labeled flesh, but they changed it because, even though it’s the skin that’s a different color, not the flesh, they wanted to acknowledge other skin colors and races.
@bigpreston216, Possibly a little off topic but, in all fairness, I'm white and the "flesh" color was never even CLOSE to my skin tone.
In my experience the "peach" crayon was always a much better fit.
Let’s just agree to call no color “flesh”. Not for the sake of diversity so much as because it’s a super creepy word unfit for the cute peachy color it’s usually meant to describe.
Anybody else think about Tokyo ghoul? FLESH!
Hey I used to live by the Bishops Arts district in Dallas!!