In a current world where everything you say or do can and will be held against you, even lighthearted humor has been put under a giant microscope. Cancel culture has become so normalized that oftentimes top comedians are unclear on how to freely perform their own material without offending someone. Have we become that sensitive, or has the first amendment been canceled too?
Don't get me wrong, there is definitely such a thing as crossing the lines. But that line shouldn't be so thin that we forget how to smile, laugh, and find comedy in the many idiosyncrasies that make all of us unique.
Life is filled with duality, and yes, this will always be. There's no up without down, hot without cold, left without a right or light without darkness. In the same vein, there's no good without evil. Sure, we may be able to minimize it, but to expect complete elimination is unrealistic.
With racism being a hot topic all over the world, this anti-racism adult coloring book is created to help you stare it right in the face and color it head-on. In these 33 scenes, you will notice many common stereotypes and subtle meanings along your journey, turning each relaxing coloring pages. As you will see, no one is exempt from being ridiculed. Such is life, so why worry about something you can't control? It's not always easy addressing the elephant in the room. So use your artistic expression to color out the racist ISH that may/may not make sense to you.
Note: As a bonus, we've also included random original cat and dog referenced jokes on the back of each page. They're a sort of throwback to the wrapper written jokes on the old-school Laffy Taffy candy. We're not looking to win any awards here, so go easy on us. But if you feel you have a better cat, dog, or stereotypical joke we'd love to hear it included with your review!
Just try to go light or decaf on the racism, please and thank you.