Cultural Appropriation is a serious issue. There are certain words you shouldn't say, certain items of clothing you shouldn't wear, certain songs you can listen to but probably shouldn't sing at karaoke.
I've heard some good poems about not being culturally appropriative over the years. But let's take a low grade risk and try something fun. Write about a minor appropriation issue that affects you and how it's your own thing that other people can't use.
For example, maybe nobody outside of your family is allowed to call you Junior. Perhaps only the people who are also born on February 29th are allowed to make fun of you for having your tenth birthday when all your other friends born that year are turning forty.
Remember this is about SMALL group appropriation of things that aren't serious. If your idea is about race, gender, sexuality, or ethnicity, you're not actually using this prompt. If you're doing it about a nationality, you'd best be from that country and your issue should probably not be based on an actual stereotype. Oh, and if you're 1/96th Navajo, and you're not involved in any actual tribe or nation meetings, you'd probably better write your poem about how only people who wear Converse All Stars are allowed to call them Chucks or something.
Only Gothamites are allowed to wear Batman on their kicks, brah.
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