Rashkae made a valid technical point. Nothing at all connected to racism.
There should be better awareness of equipment, subject matter, technicalities and what racism is, and isn't.
Traditionally, and in 35 mm terms, 85mm - 110mm, as dictated by the legions of portrait shooters around the world for many decades.
In modern times, almost anything goes, but generally what I notice happening is that many prominent (and not so prominent also) fashion, glamour and portrait shooters (in the US) are gunning for longer lengths - a 70/80-200/210 seems 'standard' these days, and also commonly used are 300 and 400. Yes, you will see two teams - photographer on one end, and model and assistant with walkie talkie on the other.
Now, the questions is "WHY"?