What’s the point of “diversity” if we’re supposed to pretend not to notice how diverse people are?
How come there seems to be a greater range of variation in the hair color and texture and eye color of Caucasians than in the other three or four races? Caucasian hair goes from practically white to black; eye color, too, can vary from pale blue to black. There aren’t as many Caucasians as some of the other races, and they seem to be plenty close together, geography-wise. I know this sounds an awful lot like “all those people look alike,” but I’m curious.