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I sort of get why some people are offended but equally think they should get a grip.

The BBC article I read about highlighted a male Chinese man saying how this gown of female empowerment couldn't be worn by her as she wasn't Chinese. You could easily flip this to say a man was telling a woman he didn't qualify for this symbol of female empowerment...

It all feels off to me. China for instance can't get enough of Western fashion. But the West aren't allowed any of theirs? Maybe it's not really, more tradition but then couldn't you say the same thing about China using Western wedding dresses?