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    Gabriel Seehorn (gabspss)
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    Here are my reasons to believe that the movie Taxi sterotypes women of color.

    -Queen Latifah is stereotyped as the black women who has an illegal car and contacts with basically every thug in the town;
    -While Gisele Bundchen is stereotyped as the “usual” latina thug.

    What do you think? Can y’all remember any other movie that stereotypes women of color, trans women or queer women?

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    Those were Queen Latifah movies during those times.

    BTW, Gisele is a White woman.

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    Brenda Meeks
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    Those were Queen Latifah movies during those times.

    Bringing Down the House is politically incorrect and would NEVER be made today. But that is one of the funniest movies I’ve ever seen. That dinner table scene is iconic. 😂

    R.I.P Chadwick Boseman

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