Ah well. In the US at least, it’s Pumpkin Spice season. Worse for some of us, it comes earlier, is more ubiquitous, and last later every year. I know that the spice must flow, but these beautiful ginger babes are pumpkin spice enough for me.
As it’s actually November and doing so wouldn’t enable to “seasonal creep” America is already suffering from, I feel OK’ish about joining in the promulgation of Pumpkin Spice. 😆
Yep! 18 delightful pumpkin spice girls, all them ginger so as to fit in the season’s meme and eating / drinking tendencies. After all, ginger is a primary ingredient in pumpkin spice.
Pumpkin Spice Girls? Isn’t That Racist?
But isn’t the whole “White girls love pumpkin spice anything” racist? The answer is yes and no. Objectively, the trope that White girls love pumpkin spice is a racist and stereotypical as the idea that Blacks love fried chicken, watermelon, and grape soda. However, that is an objective, fact-based reality that has no inherent racial component. In other words, Liberals, Progressives, and Blacks, using a narrative-based, non-objective definition of what is or isn’t racist, will say that it isn’t and can’t be racist because the girls are White.
One can never be quite sure what beauty the murky pond might harbor in its darkling depths.
A case in point is this delightfully beautiful, ginger nymph. And, if she be more rusalky than naiad, that is just the risk we must take.