I’d say that’s ridiculous, especially because, if you were to express that you didn’t like those things in some way, you’d be considered a “racist”.
There is nothing wrong with finding the beauty in other cultures and their traditions, and wanting to understand them. People that try to tell us otherwise are actually just encouraging racism, because they’re telling us that we could never truly accept or find beauty in them without it being “cultural appropriation”.
What people who throw that term around like glitter are doing is just straight-up segregation. It’s basically telling people to “stay on your side!”, and sure as hell isn’t going to encourage equality and acceptance.