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My 5yo daughter’s favourite Disney movie is Moana, and she wants to dress up as her. The thing is, we’re white, and that would mean my daughter would use Polynesian clothing as a costume. Of course, she has no bad intentions and just want to look like the character she loves, but I wanted to know if I should let her do it and teach her about cultural appropriation, or just do it now. Thanks !!

(Sorry for my English btw, I’m French)

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