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Yes America, of course Halloween costumes are ‘racist’ — especially ‘sexy Pocahontas’ costumes

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We have entered a time when the delicate feelings of social justice warriors are so catered to that we can’t even have Halloween costumes without their caterwauling. And now it looks like “sexy Pocahontas” is next on their list to take away from us all.

Social justice warriors at the University of Massachusetts have launched a campaign to force people to stop dressing like native Americans because it is “racist,” Mediaite reports.

Crystal Wright explains:

Student activity boards are cluttered with stupid crap like “Simple Costume Racism Evaluation and Assessment Meter” (S.C.R.E.A.M.) which asks students to follow a flowchart and answer questions to determine their costume’s threat level score. Green means your costumer is a low threat, blue is guarded and red is severe, meaning your costume is highly offensive and shouldn’t be worn. What is this North Korea or Saudi Arabia? Will students be imprisoned for exercising their Halloween costume freedom of speech… in America?

Notice that all costumes seem to be deemed “a threat,” no matter what they are, because a “green” level score isn’t a “safe” score but is instead a “low-level of threat.” Meaning there is still some threat even with a green rating.

In other words, the “diversity goons” think every costume is threatening to the special snowflakes in our fetid universities.

Of course, the University of Massachusetts is hardly alone in coddling their special snowflakes this Halloween. The University of Florida has also jumped into the Halloween scolding game by providing students with 24/7 “counseling” for those delicate children who are “traumatized” by those mean ‘ol Halloween costumes.

A notice recently went out to Gator students helpfully informing them of the grief counseling services:

“As a community, we aspire to demonstrate integrity, respect, and compassion that strives to maintain an affirming campus climate for all members of our community,” according to the school’s website. ““If you are troubled by an incident that does occur, please know that there are many resources available. Please take advantage of the 7 day a week presence of the U Matter, We Care program … by emailing [email protected] Additionally, there is a 24/7 counselor I the Counseling and Wellness Center available to speak by phone at 352-932-1575.”


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