To Date or Not to Date a Multicultural Girl

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To date or not to date a multicultural girl? That is the question.
Nowadays, one of the hardest things to do in our lives is to find the right girl for us. We all know that we live in a ethnic country, that racism doesn’t have a meaning anymore. Junot Diaz is a Dominican-American writer who wrote “How to date a brown girl, black girl, white girl, or a halfie”, which the textual analysis of its contain a Multicultural. In this story we can point out to so many different parts, which he talks about how to date a multicultural girl. Based on Junot Diaz’s story, ethnicity is one the greatest factors that make guys treat their opposite sex differently; however, because of his word choice, by being offensive to my culture, and by trying to redeem himself in the way that he also said offensive statements about white people.
When someone reads this story, at first they see that the word choice of its is not as formal as it should be considering that Diaz is a creative writing professor, but when you look closer you can see what he meant by saying those words and using that language. In the story he first started by how the guy tries to trick his mom so he can stay in and spend time with the girl that is going to be there shortly. But he doesn’t clarify who the girl is, what does she look like, what is her ethnicity and so on and so forth. So by doing that he makes us to think who that girl is and why is he trying so hard to make his mom leave the house. And on the second paragraph of the story he mentions, “Clear the government cheese from the refrigerator”(Diaz 1). By saying that he tries to say that he is talking to the majority of the lower middle class. It also means the main character is a guy who comes from a lower middle class f...

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... cultures, have different rules. You need to be brave and smart with your plan to go through. Also when he talked about white girls, and how they are really easy going. This story was a great example of a multicultural text, which brought all the cultures together. Making jokes always brings joy and laugh to people but making fun of their cultures is a different thing. Jonat Diaz used that element to make his story better by making connections between himself and his audience. By making fun of them he tried to get closer to them. Now days this is how we get closer to each other. It is a brutal world which making fun of each other makes us closer. But overall he made a lot of points by bringing the cultures together and making a multicultural text.

Works Cited

Diaz, Junot. "How to Date a Brown Girl (Black Girl, White Girl, or Halfie)." New Yorker, 1995. Print.
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