Florida State University is taking all the fun out of Halloween by infecting it with political correctness.
A display at the university in the Deviney Hall tells students what costumes could be offensive and it's completely shocking.
According to Campus Reform, the bulletin board is adapted from an ad campaign titled “My Culture is Not a Costume”.
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Campus Reform says that “The FSU board includes several photos from the original ad campaign, which began at Ohio University in 2011, and six additional photos of Halloween costumes that can be considered culturally appropriative, including an Arabian princess, a samurai warrior, and a bullfighter.”
In addition, there are written examples such as “headdresses” and “Harambe” - the gorilla who was killed by the Cincinnati zoo and has since become a very popular internet meme.
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However, while claiming Harambe is not allowed, the board says “any animal” would make a “great Halloween costume.”
On a hilarious note, the board suggests students dress as “extraterrestrial aliens” as opposed to a “Latinx alien”.