About Esther Davis's article "A word on artistic political correctness", I think it is interesting to reflect on his question ("How do we balance or even differentiate cultural appropriation from cultural appreciation?"). Nowadays, for example, some people don't like when an American actor play a Japanese character of an anime. Honestly, I don't bother so much since the performance is faithful to the culture represented. An example is Marvel Studios' Black Panther movie, where most of the cast is black Americans play African characters. They were so loyal to African culture that the actors spoke with an accent all the time, including that the costumes traveled to Africa to study their diverse cultures, not to mention that the film was faithful to the comics of Black Panther character. So I don't think it limits our imagination as Esther comments, just do with passion and willingness, giving value to the different cultures that exist in the world.