1. Don't tell white people that they can't understand certain struggles.
I know that I may not have faced institutional racism, or worse, genocide, but that doesn't mean I don't understand the struggle. My great-grandparents and grandmother survived the Japanese occupation in the Philippines. (Yes, I'm significantly Filipina, Chinese and Spanish. Who knew my skin color didn't dictate my race?) I survived foster care, and homelessness, and human trafficking. I get the struggle, people. And you know what? Other white people do, as well.
2. Please don't bash men for simply...being men.
Guys, I cannot tell you how many times I've seen misandry used as humor. I saw a whole article like that yesterday, and I was appalled by everyone who thought it was funny. Men can't help that they were born with XY chromosomes. They should not be made to apologize for the sins of other men. What is this, North Korea? Jesus Christ, ladies, we are better than this!
3. Don't bash people who have different (reasonable) viewpoints.
Wanting to be a housewife and mother of 3 or more doesn't make me a bad feminist. Being Mormon doesn't mean I hate LGBT+ people. In fact, I love everyone, as Jesus did! Dressing modestly doesn't mean I'm a bad feminist, or a prude. I simply feel COMFORTABLE covered up. Yes, even in the summer! And that isn't a bad thing. Don't hate others because they don't fit into a certain mold.
4. (Back to the subject of race) Don't tell anyone what they can or cannot wear.
Here's the deal: you do not know what ethnicity or culture someone comes from, just from the color of their skin. That's the fun of living in a diverse world! Looking at me, you wouldn't know that I'm part Asian, or Arab, or Hispanic. Same with other people! You don't know their ethnic background! So please, unless they're disrespecting the culture (looking at people who wear maang tikka, or blackface, or incorrectly wearing a kimono or sari or...you get my point), let people wear what they want. In fact, be glad that people are stepping out of their comfort zone to embrace other cultures! This is equality! Please, don't make segregation a thing, just because you don't want people to embrace your culture!