Interview with writer Fabiola Ching

All I know is I got tired of trying to work within this confined spectrum, where if you are a black creator you have to work a certain way. A lot of that has to do with making work for white people, trying to prove to the white gaze that you are beautiful and deserving. And when we started, that was what all black creators were doing and I was like “….is that it? And then what?” I got tired of it, I realized that I don’t care about beauty, and I don’t care about proving anything to white people. They are not my target audience. I decided that if I’m going to do creative work, I’m going to do it for me and for us. 

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