Did you hear the one about the couple dressed in Victorian clothing who went to a Victorian-themed garden park in Victoria, B.C. and were ejected from the park because they were too Victorian?
You’ll be amazed at what happened to a delightfully eccentric couple from Washington who travelled to Butchart Gardens to celebrate their 14th wedding anniversary only to be told to shed their Victorian “costumes” or forego visiting the park.
You’ll be even more amazed at the appalling double standard I uncovered while asking a few questions to determine how committed Butchart Gardens is to their “no costumes” rule.
Watch as I reveal the latest example of cultural suicide hidden in a tale where Victorian clothing that pays homage at a Victorian park in a city named Victoria is forbidden, yet the misogynistic garb worn by Islamists is welcome.