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It's Halloween and time for another round of outrage over inappropriate costumes.
Once upon a time, parents — most of them, anyway — were concerned with oversexualized costumes for little children, but how unenlightened was that ? Today we're focusing our energy on what's really important. Now it's all about "cultural appropriation." White children need to "own their privilege" and not dress up and pretend to belong to a non-oppressive race.
Megyn - Kelly - Afoul - NBC - Diversity/inclusion
Megyn Kelly ran afoul of NBC's "diversity/inclusion" police, and as we write this, it looks like she'll be canned for saying: "But what is racist? Because truly, you do get in trouble if you are a white person who puts on blackface on Halloween, or a black person who puts on white face for Halloween." Oops. The word "blackface" is loaded and should be avoided, since people immediately think of minstrel shows, and kids shouldn't dress up as Al Jolson crooning "Mammy" in "The Jazz Singer."
Kelly continued: "Back when I was a kid, that was OK, as long as you were dressing up as, like, a character." Not only was she tongue-lashed on air by NBC's black news stars; it seems like this gave NBC a reason to end her morning show, a cover story to nix the (cringe) Fox News woman.
Point - Boy - Black - Panther - Hours
It might have been a better starting point to ask if it's offensive for a white boy to want to be Black Panther for a few hours. And if that's wrong, can a Person of Color be Superman?
Can a white comedian impersonate a black man? If not, then can a black man not poke fun at white people either? And what does it say about white people that when that happens, we ... laugh?
Preachings - Tolerant
Oh, the intolerant preachings of the tolerant left.
CNN analyst Kirsten Powers is one of these obnoxious people....
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