Part IAlthough some people with very light skin are unable to ‘tan’ in the sun (they just get burned), most people become darker when exposed to UV light. Before the mid-20th century, many upper-class white people wanted to stay as light as possible:https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2012/feb/19/history-of-tanningWhat changed? How did tanning become acceptable… even desirable? What role (if any) do you think race plays in the desirability of tanning?Australians are even more obsessed with sun tanning than people in the US:For some people, tanning (especially in tanning salons) has become undesirable. Others continue to see it as ‘healthy’ and beautiful. Why is that? What (if anything) do you think would persuade people to change their standards?Write another 200-300 words about Part II and then upload all of your writing to Canvas for peer review. This is a complex topic, so I look forward to reading your responses!