January 16, 2017

PC police throw hissy fit when South Korean cosplayer dresses as Mexican hacker 'Sombra' from Overwatch

Rebel Staff Mike Fan
 

Social Justice Warriors had a complete meltdown when professional Korean cosplayer Pion Kim, known for her ultra-realistic outfits dressed up as a Mexican hacker character from Blizzard Entertainment's game Overwatch.

According to Heat Street, Kim even donated her hair – because her head had to be shaved as part of the outfit – to charity. Despite her good intentions, she was accused of 'brown face' for using a subtle bronzer to darken her skin.



One user offended over the 'Sombra' cosplay wrote on Facebook, “Blackface is not ok. It is based off centuries of racism and enforces things like colorism. Why did you change your skintone for this cosplay?”

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Another wrote, “Ur a racist Pion Kim u are not Mexican u can cosplay anyone u want but as soon as u darken ur skin for a charcter cause she is Mexican it's brownface and u should be ashamed and pull the pictures do a reshoot with out that gross paint ! My Mexican color is not a costume.”

However, not all comments were negative. One Mexican user commented, “The Mexican comunity has your back. Not all the comunity, mind you, just the sane majority.”

SOUND OFF in the comments with your thoughts.

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commented 2017-01-17 02:22:11 -0500
DREW WAKARIUK:
It sounds like you’re describing some repressed, indoctrinated oddball religious sect – except that lefty/progressives and especially SJW are all overstimulated, degenerate weirdos!
commented 2017-01-17 01:52:51 -0500
Dan Mancuso just never have any fun ever again and only see the world as a bland and live your life as a drone. That is hoe it feels to be a SJW.
commented 2017-01-16 21:50:55 -0500
SIBERIAN TIGGER commented 5 hours ago
“My Mexican color is not a costume.”

Huh – I wasn’t aware that “Mexican” is a color.
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Indeed..!!!
commented 2017-01-16 16:59:18 -0500
“My Mexican color is not a costume.”

Huh – I wasn’t aware that “Mexican” is a color.
commented 2017-01-16 16:56:10 -0500
Doesn’t take much to trigger these toucholes, this level of pathetic behavior is really not worth mentioning.
commented 2017-01-16 15:50:06 -0500
“…enforces things like colorism.”

We need an “SJW Dummy Dictionary for Dummies”. What in blue blazes do these red SJW’s in their pink tights drinking green cocktails consider to be spectral colorism?
commented 2017-01-16 14:01:53 -0500
Jumpin’ Jehosaphat, I can’t for the life of me comprehend or intuit what it must be like to have to walk around inside the head of one of those delusional retards referred to as a SJW…a sane person would suppose it nightmarish!
I think I’m beginning to feel sorry for the left…or not.
commented 2017-01-16 13:40:27 -0500
So people spending time dressing up as video game characters are “offended” about alleged “racism”, or worse, “colourism” because a South Korean person has put on make up to pretend that she is a Mexican fantasy character. Glad to hear that SJWs are not spending their time on anything trivial.