I can not say I have completely escaped that tendency. And Animal Crossing Items doing so will not make me"better" or something. But I believe that encouraging people to perform characters out their reality is fine. It helps us think beyond our own little bubble of reality. That is all.Tom nook is in fact a tanuki so I'm afraid you are going to have to get enormous tanuki balls tattoo onto him. F.
(that said, while I can't really understand what it feels like, I do know that for POC, that line between"just treat us like everyone else" and"how dare you pretend to be us" is complex and can differ from person to person. All I could do is attempt to be kind.) Jesus Christ on rocket skates. I really don't think there are situations where threats, doxxing, or telling somebody to kill themselves is okay, and *especially* even in regards to pixel buns!
I really don't have an opinion to share on this play but I want to point out this Animal Crossing matches have horrible wavy hairstyles. I have curly hair and have always tried to make my characters seem similar to me IRL. I have never managed to find anything that does not look like a sail boat in my toons head.I am kidding. Tanuki are called raccoon dogs and Tom Nook is popularly referred to as a raccoon from the localized version of the game.
Expecting this level of comprehension is also vaguely problematic. I'm Australian. I've got Lots of cultural exposure to Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander, pacific and Central and SE Asian PoC. Afro buns aren't one of the traditional hairstyles for this area that I am aware. There is categorically no way I would have relating to cheap Animal Crossing Bells this cartoon-rendered hair design with any particular culture, and I am not sure why I must be expected to. But I am sure I'd be equally persecuted on Twitter and it just seems equally as insular to achieve that.