Outrageous Costumes

Well, America is coming up on Halloween again. Hence, it’s the season where we’re inundated by ranting and whining complaints from snowflakes, SJWs, minority grifters, and the White, Liberal enablers of the former three about outrageous and/or inappropriate Halloween costumes.

Outrageous Costumes

Yep! Every one of the twelve costumes depicted above would be declared offensive and inappropriate by America’s domestic enemies. They’d each be considered: Cultural Appropriation, Offensive Cultural Reduction, Anti-Women, and or too likely to offend some portion of the residents inside America’s borders.

Personally, I say where whatever you want to wear. Enjoy what you can of what others are wearing. And, if push comes to shove, teach the snowflakes and their fellow travelers the old, real meaning of Halloween if they dare to complain. 😉

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2 Responses to “Outrageous Costumes”

  1. Wesley Says:

    As seeing most in the year 2017 view Halloween as a holiday to be enjoyed by children, I could understand some parent’s concerns over what their children are being increasingly exposed to, or rather, encouraged to be. Your most current post depicts an argument that rape culture is enabled mostly by liberal hypocrites, but some could also view the increased sexuality of everything as having a negative effect on the psychological well-being of our youth, let alone increasing the temptations of pedophilia by objectifying young females as sexual objects. I say this since your post only includes women in outfits you shouldn’t want your daughter wearing.

  2. jonolan Says:

    Frankly, I don’t really see Halloween that way – as a purely children’s events anymore – and neither do the snowflakes and SJWs complaining about inappropriate costumes. No, this is all in the context of adults or near-adults, i.e., college age or above.

    As for my daughter – My eldest will be 32 in December. I’d not be bothered by her choices of costume. 😉

    And, of course, the idea of children’s exposure to sexuality, including rather extreme case of what in my opinion is over-sexualization, is rather a moot point and has been such for a generation or more.”Thank you,” internet.

    As for what is enabled and by whom – One, I don’t accept the Feminists’ claims of “rape culture.” Two, I’m focused on more the hypocrisy of Dems claims about it while they’re supported – for years, and years, and years – by sexual abusers, rapists (sort of), pedophiles, and other unsavory sort, e.g., Hollywood.

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