Tuesday, October 31, 2017




Another example of Leftists being "sensitive" on other people's behalf

Another Leftist obsessed with race

Dressing children up as Disney's Moana this Halloween is racist, according to one parenting blogger.

While parents should also think twice about letting their brood dress up as Elsa from Frozen because her character promotes 'white beauty'.

Writing in her popular blog Raising Race Conscious Children, parent blogger activist Sachi Feris urged parents not to dress their children up as characters from backgrounds different to their own as it is 'cultural appropriation.'

Dressing children up as Disney's Moana this Halloween is racist, according to influential parenting blogger. Sachi Feris' blog has attracted nearly 100,000 shares online this week, where she claimed allowing children to go as Moana risks parodying Polynesian culture

Although many would see the strong-minded Moana as a perfect role model for their child, Feris said it's racially insensitive and risks parodying Polynesian culture.

Moana, a 3D animation, was one of Disney's biggest hits of 2016, raking in $640 million at the box office globally, while also winning praise for having a non-white female character, based on mythology from indigenous Polynesian people.

The blogger also took aim at Disney's Frozen character Elsa, adding: 'I feel like because Elsa is a White princess, and we see so many White princesses, her character sends the message that you have to be a certain way to be "beautiful"'

The concept of 'cultural appropriation' has sparked widespread discussion in recent years with white westerners being urged to be wary of borrowing from other societies.

Social media users flocked to Twitter to bemoan the humourless trend, with one writing that children should be allowed to enjoy Halloween without being dubbed racist

Wearing sombreros, growing dreadlock-style hair, wearing Bindis and Native American outfits are among the trends white westerners have been told to avoid.

The growing movement has caused a backlash, with many calling the trend humourless and a method of censorship.

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3 comments:

Stan B said...

Dressing as a pretty person of your own race is racist if you're white, but dressing as a pretty person of another race is cultural appropriation if you're white. But dressing as an ugly person is "insensitive" to those who do not embody the standard of beauty in the world, because you're saying they are "scary enough" to frighten evil spirits away....

I.E. if you're white, kill yourself now, because you're guilty of every sin ever committed by a white person - EVER.

Bird of Paradise said...

So how many Tick or Treaters will we see dressed as ANTIFA sluga with their caps and bandanas as well as their black and red logos and theating to vandalize the person who refuses to give them anything and maybe you'll see a few snowf;akes out there tomorrow

Anonymous said...

That's right Stan.
You can't dress as a pretty white princess, and you can't dress as a pretty brown princess either.
I guess we just won't be able to do princesses this year at all!