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What are bronies even trying to accomplish


keterok asked: Well, you write me: "It’s not RACIST BECAUSE I SAY SO." But i clearly described why I'm not a racist. And you know what that means? This means that either you are a stubborn dumb-ass, or you do not know how to read. Choose! :)





I’m gonna lay this out in as simple terms as I can because I get the impression you’re ESL? (I apologize if I’m mistaken and either way don’t mean that as an insult towards your capabilities.) So here we go. Get excited.

The reason people are saying what you’ve done is racist is because of a practice known as white-washing. It is a long, old practice where the presence and appearances of a black, asian, middle-eastern or any non-white character or figure is changed to be white instead. It is a very insulting and very harmful thing to do because it removes what limited representation and importance non-whites have in fiction, history and art. It comes with the implication that white people are prettier, more interesting or more entertaining than non-whites. Even if you don’t say or mean that, that is the reason it’s always been done.

So taking a character who is already black and making them white looks really bad with that kind of behaviour being the norm! And the fact you continued to do so openly and maliciously with a cheeky U MAD? just made you look like a super big tool. Maybe you didn’t know about white-washing; maybe you’ve never come across it before? (At least not doing so and recognizing it for what it is. I promise you’ve seen media that’s done it cuz it’s EVERYWHERE.) But either way, rather than ask why you shouldn’t or look into why white Clem is bad news, you just went ahead and gave people who were upset by it a fat middle finger which made you look even worse.

You can SAY you’re not racist and insist what you did was equally un-racist. But it doesn’t change the fact that it WAS. You also did not even remotely explain why you’re not when you trotted out an overwhelmingly racist response to people being peeved at your inaccurate and likely hurtful art. You might not have had racist intent when you drew Clem and Lee the way you did, but you’ve still got a huge racist outcome on your hands. And honestly, if your idea of damage control is to write me and call me a dumb-ass, I’m gonna have to go with option C to your question: that you’re kind of goofballs.

Okay like I’m confused, when did keterok do any white-washing?

cuz like I don’t see anything of that nature on his blog, and I definitely haven’t seen any examples presented by those making the accusation. What gives?







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I just, I don’t see it. If we’re going to talk about the recent comic that was posted on keterok’s blog, in which Clementine is shown with a rather “fair” complexion, there are clearly times when the lighting is so that her skin tone is rather light.

Like so,


Her skin tone is actually kind of ambiguous, and I find it hard to fault an artist for making a single picture in which the child’s skin resembles a different color than what is normally depicted. It was obviously a very quick sketch - no shading is used, and the same color was used for all the characters’ skin, even though that itself would be inaccurate. Jane’s complexion is more rosy while Kenny’s face is pale and washed-out. 

I will admit, Keterok’s reaction to the situation is less than ideal, but it’s painfully obvious that English is not his first language, which inherently means that the true nature of his words will be lost since he can’t precisely articulate his feelings. In fact, you even acknowledge his inexperience with the English language, and yet go on to take his words at face value.

This message to you is certainly childish, but people react in weird ways when they’re under such intense pressure. Being accused of racism is a very serious allegation these days, with the threat of a completely destroyed reputation and social life. I find it hard to get surprised when someone gets defensive after being accused of such things.

And I don’t give a shit what someone’s done on the fucking internet, death threats are never okay. Y’all seriously need to fucking grow up and get over your goddamn selves.

Now, of course, there was likely something I’ve missed here, such as a potential art piece that was the actual thing that pissed everyone off, but it has yet to be shown. I dunno, if I’m wrong, I’m sure I’ll get plenty of hate mail about it anyway.

Regardless of Clementine’s “ambiguous” skin tone, Clem should not be the same color as Kenny and Jane. No matter how light Clem is, she is still brown. The fact that there is literally no difference between Clem, Jane and Kenny’s skin color is the problem. (see below)


Not only that, but there was no crying of racism until they cheekily drew both Lee and Clem with white skin and blue eyes. The only thing people said to them before hand was that Clem should not be that light, that’s it.


Regardless of their English speaking skills, they knew what they were doing because they made that clear when they drew Lee and Clem as white, going as far as to even change their eye color to signify that they can draw Lee and Clem white if they want, which is racist.

They were not under intense pressure until they drew the above art in response to the criticism. There was no need to react so childishly at that point, they could have just apologized and changed Clem’s skin color. It was only after they drew this and brushed all the criticism off by being blatantly racist did this whole thing blow up. If they really cared about their reputation, they wouldn’t have done something so blatantly insulting.

Keterok made their message clear multiple times. They think that since it’s their art, they can do whatever they want with it, regardless if it’s racist and offensive to an entire group of people. They have shown that they do not care about their fans who feel uncomfortable by this and that they do not know how to handle even the slightest bit of criticism.