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Story told by Gilson (responsible art room)

I was in the art room with Nara and Olinda. They each drew a princess and when it was time to paint the faces they asked me if I didn’t have a very light brown colored pencil. I asked them why they always paint light-skinned princesses. The following dialogue occurred: Nara: “Because princesses always look that way.” Me: “But don’t you think your skin color is beautiful? I think it is beautiful. ” Olinda: “Well, my skin color is beautiful … but white skin color is more beautiful.” Nara: “No, not at all. My skin color is very beautiful. ” Me: “So why don’t you paint these princesses as beautiful as you are …” Then I left the room for a short time and when I came back both girls had painted their princesses with dark brown.
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