Question: How does the accessibility of a culture limit its authenticity from a dominant perspective?
Agree on: Accessibility leads to unity and normalcy, and with minimal access generalizations are easy to arise because of less accounts. In other words, it is important to contextualize stories, because a singular account can lead to one-sided views of a culture, therefore losing its authenticity.
Disagree on: The acknowledgement of the surrounding political climate to progress through generalizations. Whether one can speak as a representative from more than one underrepresented group.