It might be, however I read Animal Crossing Bells
from more than 1 person so who know how serious they were. But even thinking about prohibiting you from a match for using the wrong hair is absurd even as a joke.Can you imagine the fallout when one hairstyle was marked as"For white people"? Seriously, there's no winning there. There's enough division and hate in the real world, we don't need it in a match such as creature crossing.
I recall seeing some of this and people are just plain absurd. With this type of ideology, just Japanese people should be able to play with Animal Crossing in the first place since it was produced by a Japanese man based on his youth in Japan. I hope they are not using or wearing any items which don't belong to their cultural heritage either cases of what Twitter folks call cultural appropriation is more along the lines of just enjoying another civilization. Eating foods, wearing clothing, usually that's perfectly fine, it's usually someone not of that culture that makes the biggest deal from it.
To a certain extent, I can see why cultural appropriation is a issue. Taking something out of a culture and utilizing it in a disrespectful way. Like making a significant tradition into a joke is pretty shitty. However, so long as the source is respected, or not direspected, restricting things depending off ethnicites or where you live/were born is asinine.
Cultural appropriation is now taking an important cultural element which has significance/is sacred in the first culture, and utilizing it because you enjoy the look of it/ it's"exotic" and"trendy." It is especially a problem once the original culture is generally erased by the borrowing culture.A good case in point is wearing Native American headdresses. Those are normally earned, rather than just anyone can wear them. It'd be like someone wearing a purple heart because they thought it looked cool, except we have the excess layer of the US genocides of Cheap Animal Crossing Items