It’s October and that means the social justice warriors and their useful idiots in the mainstream media are out in force screaming about culturally-appropriated Halloween costumes.
The good news, according to CBC, is that “Halloween stores are starting to get the cultural appropriation message”, but the bad news according to an indigenous social media activist is, “Offensive costumes can still be found.”
But since it’s 2017, we have to change lest something offend somebody which is why the CBC applauds Toronto’s Malabar costume shop for its new politically correct costume policy to steer clear of costumes related to cultures.
Except for one, that is.
So a Pocahontas costume is verboten, but if you want to dress up as a pregnant Catholic nun – well, you go girl!