This post on Justina Blakeney’s blog is why I don’t use the words “ethnic” or “tribal” on my blog: The Old, Tired, Lazy “Ethnic” Label. You may find a few mentions of “tribal” in the early days of my blog, but I’ve tried to replace them with terms that actually mean something.  

This post on Justina Blakeney’s blog is why I don’t use the words “ethnic” or “tribal” on my blog: The Old, Tired, Lazy “Ethnic” Label. You may find a few mentions of “tribal” in the early days of my blog, but I’ve tried to replace them with terms that actually mean something.  

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    This bothers me too, and since my only DIYs with so-called “tribal” and “ethnic” patterns have been made-up-on-the-fly...
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