The Politically Correct Police Are Out To Make Sure No One Is Triggered By Halloween Costumes
As the weather turns crisp and the Winter months approach, the mouth-breathing degenerate circus of the Left are slipping into derangement. Grown adults who attend higher education institutions are now triggered by Halloween costumes. Yes, these activists, feminists, and social justice warriors are trying their damn hardest to piss on what is generally seen by most of America as a good time. FoxNews.com takes a look at how some colleges are making you check your costume along with your privilege…
The University of California, Santa Barbara recently held a Social Justice Workshop to teach students how to spot Halloween costume abuse and appropriation.
Similarly, Washington State University’s Social Justice Peer Educators Group held an event entitled “We’re a Culture, Not a Costume” to teach people about “harmful” Halloween costumes, according to Acculturated.
The University of Massachusetts, Amherst put up “Simple Costume Racism Evaluation and Assessment Meter” (SCREAM) posters around campus, assigning threat levels based on how much a costume differs from the student’s own race.
Ohio State University’s student magazine had a similar flow chart this year that supports costumes that “make fun of Donald Trump,” but warns white students not to dress as Prince or wear “traditional head wear from other cultures.”
A Notre Dame Residence hall rector sent out a memo to her students before a Disney-themed dance not to dress up as Moana, Aladdin, Pocahontas, Mulan or The Princess and the Frog.
Sweet God, Almighty, why would a White family send their kid to these overpriced indoctrination stations?
But it’s not just happening at the university level. Grade schools have gotten in on the act as well. From Breitbart:
A Massachusetts elementary school has canceled Halloween with the claim that the holiday is not” inclusive” enough, and replaced it with the conjured “Black and Orange Spirit Day,” instead.
Of particular concern for the city of Walpole’s Boyden Elementary principal Brendan Dearborn was the annual costume parade, an activity Dearborn insisted in a letter to parents was not “inclusive enough.”
Addressing the parade, Dearborn told parents, “the costume parade is out of our ordinary routine and can be difficult for many students. Also, the parade is not inclusive of all the students and it is our goal each and every day to ensure all student’s individual differences are respected.”
Dearborn confirmed that the annual after-school party would still take place, but that Halloween Day, a Tuesday this year, will be “Black and Orange Spirit Day,” not Halloween. Children will be encouraged to wear the “spirit” colors and costumes will be banned.
How gay is that? Kids don’t have much to look forward to once school starts. It’s a long way to Thanksgiving Break. Columbus Day (or whatever the hell they call it now) brings a brief respite. Halloween isn’t a day off, but it is a fun day to dress up, hoard candy, and enjoy being a kid. Imagine how badly it must suck knowing that you can’t bring your awesome new costume to school because your Principal is triggered by Halloween. What’s next, prohibiting 100 Grand candy bars because they promote economic inequality?
The solitary goal of feminists (and the politically correct) is to find a good time, one primarily being enjoyed by men, and attempt to ruin it for everyone.
Halloween isn’t just a day for men to have fun. It is meant to be a day that we all can dress up and escape our everyday worries. Social justice warriors, feminists and members of the degenerate circus of the Left are here to remind you that someone, somewhere will be offended by your costume.
So, unless you’re making fun of Donald Trump, you should just stay home and contemplate your privilege.