Umm okay, the only “Cherokee princess” is the modern kind appointed to represent the tribe for a year to act as a goodwill ambassador at parades or festivals and at special events. Even then, this person officially holds the title of “Miss Cherokee,” not “Princess.”If you were told your great grandmother was a Cherokee princess, the information is incorrect. The Cherokee do not have a royalty system, (and never have) and chiefdoms are not hereditary. Soooo shuddup already. Your g-ma wasn’t a Damn princess. Quit lyin for an excuse to wear headdresses. And another newsflash, headdresses are not a part of the Cherokee culture…dumbasses.
pooki-chu: hey thanks for the reblog! I really hope someone can address it. I hate to leave it un-replied to but that's all I feel like I can do at the moment :/ anyway I appreciate it, and have a lovely day!
At least you didn’t go running off at the mouth about it not really knowing much on the topic. That was smart. Some people on here would’ve just exploded on that guy. Seriously. I really hope someone addresses it though, because that guy is just some white society loving fool who was just asking for an argument. He literally has no idea what he’s rambling on about. All I got out of what he said was, “Natives have no say so, it’s white man land so the Sioux just need to be quiet and allow them to take their land from them.” I call bullshit…