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JUNE 2015 | COSMOPOLITAN 37 COSMO | #RealTalk ‘Coloured people are hilarious. I can say so because I am one. Maybe that’s a dangerous statement to make. After all, of the many ways to suck as a person, buying into stereotypes is probably the number-one worst, right? Think of how you cringe when you read some idiot’s racial slur on Twitter, or when a comedian takes a joke about Jews a tad too far. Yet what is ‘intolerance’, really? I’m not exactly sure – but I do know what it’s not: I’m going to say that it’s not harmless humour about cultural stereotypes.

GET IT ‘I started as a production assistant, became a food and beauty stylist, and did fashion styling and art direction. ’ GET IT ‘A er almost 15 years in magazines as a fashion editor then a beauty director, I was well equipped to start my blog. I’d developed an eye for detail and a writing style. To get into blogging or magazines, do a short writing course. ’ ➯ ‘Be punctual. ’ practising. That’s my advice: assist whenever you can and challenge yourself. Do makeovers, do weddings, do “real” people.

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