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This seemingly is fairly common

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This seemingly is fairly common and happens to most dark skinned characters since people simply can't get inside their minds the notion of other races using very dark skin even when they make it clear the character isn't of African origin.

Things like this is why I do not like people claiming Marceline from experience time is half black, cause her mother has straight, brown hair.speaking as a non black minority its honestly pretty fucking offensive how they try to assert every dark skinned character that isnt explicitly stated to be black as black. Dont to perform us exactly what whites do/did to you

People tried to claim the same thing for Connie out of Steven Universe despite her getting obviously milder and shinier hair compared to the character who had been black in Steven world class. Rather than leaving it to ambiguity until the author says otherwise. Same thing happened to Brock out of Cheap Animal Crossing Items Pokémon all of the way till they went to Unova (Pokemon New York) and some fans still doubled down onto it even then. In Avatar the last airbender, there's a boy at the Earth Kingdom (Avatar's version of China more or less) with darker skin, not even dim, he had been just like a moderate tan. You understand, the skin tone a lot of East Asians come in from the sunnier parts. The fandom staunchly headcanons him as Native American or Hispanic