Apple of my eye!!

My two cents, it’s kind of messed up it seems that blacks are the only race where if one person fits something negative it is stuck to the whole race. For other races usually at least one positive(or more) stereotype gets pegged to the whole race. Although I will say if the positive stereotype is not something that person fits it could be a possible problem for them as well. Mad TV shows this well in a very funny bit called Average Asian.

 

 

Average Asian Mad TV

Lala's world

On March 23, 2012 on Disney channel, ” Doc McStuffins” was debuted on Disney junior a show about a 6-year-old African-American girl name Dottie McStuffins, whose mother is  a doctor and has a stay at home dad who usual spends his time in the garden.The little girl follows  in her mothers footsteps by opening a clinic to treat all her dolls and stuff animals. although the show is aimed at preschoolers, I find myself watching the episodes on Disney Junior. I enjoy watching the show, because one: she is so cute two: she teaches kids about healthy living and how to live healthy and three: she breaks a stereotype for colored girls. We all have been( in our life time) stereotyped in a particular category either because of our skin color, the way we dress, how we speak to others, or just on what we decide to reveal to the world. And lets face it, we have…

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