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Sep 30 2016

University Offers Costume Review to Combat Accidental Halloween Microaggressions

It’s not too soon for moonbats to start fretting over whether their Halloween costumes are racist. The University of Wisconsin–Lacrosse offers guidance:

In a comical attempt to avoid offending anyone else on campus, the Ethnic and Racial Studies Department of UW LaCrosse (which offers students classes in white privilege and “Food and Race in the United States”) is holding a Halloween costume review on October 5th.

Presumably anyone who shows up at the review in a costume determined to be racist will be offered amnesty, so long as they apologize profusely and promise never to wear it again.

Since wearing a costume for Halloween is an American tradition, don’t expect progressives to let up until they have managed to abolish it.

On a tip from Bodhisattva.

30 Responses to “University Offers Costume Review to Combat Accidental Halloween Microaggressions”

  1. George Lortz says:

    Personally, I think college ‘students’ are a bit old for trick or treat. However, if they are costuming for a party, who gives a shit what they wear ? Ethnic and Racial Studies Department of UW Lacrosse: be interesting to see the racial/sexual makeup of that group of clowns.

  2. Saxon Warrior says:

    Considering that these Godless moonbats are against anything to do with God, it’s ironic that they hate Halloween. I would have thought witches, broomsticks, and cauldrons would have been right up their Satanic street.
    But then again, moonbats are not very bright!

  3. Vic Kelley says:

    My good old standby costume is Casper the Friendly Ghost. White sheet with white pillowcase. Have to cut holes in the pillowcase for eyes and to be able to talk/scream to fellow trick or treaters but it’s worth it.

  4. Franklancer says:

    Good to know that an inanimate costume can choose to believe one race is inferior to another.

  5. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    I could think of a few costumes I could wear in to have them check. That’s sounds like fun.

  6. Rotohammer says:

    Why does the sign depict the scary bats as black? Trigger alert.

  7. Rotohammer says:

    Kathy Wajonowski critiques some Halloween costumes in this video. This never gets old. We could really use some new material from her these days.

  8. KHarn says:

    In the spirit of “fairness”, there should be a sign next to this one reading:
    “Is your college run by politically-obsessed assholes? View the evidence and judge for yourself.”

  9. Silence Dogood says:

    I don’t care if my costume comes off as racist. Not in the least…

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  11. I was thinking of an Obama costume this year, but I can’t find a six-foot piece of shit…is that racist?

  12. Cupcake J. Snowflake III says:

    “Is your costume racist? Are you white? Then yes it is!”

  13. Jim O'Neil says:

    Are Pepe costumes all sold out??

  14. SDN says:

    These bozos would think it was a Klan robe and go into convulsions….

  15. tonynoboloney says:

    If I wore a buqua would that be all right?

  16. FaCubeItches says:

    Easy workaround – just go as a celebrity. Al Jolson, perhaps.

  17. Rick Wright says:

    How about a costume as a professor in the Ethnic and Racial Studies Department?

  18. dave72 says:

    Microaggression against bats, the poor little suckers.

  19. derfelcadarn says:

    The more people my costume can piss off , offend and micro/macro aggress the more I will like it.

  20. H Scott MacDonald says:

    yes has some black, yes is all white, yes because the great great something of that color once saw a slave… really whats the point. Yes someone somewhere will make up some excuse or think something unkind and decided to try to be the victim. Let them, laugh at them and enjoy their idiot expressions and they try to explain some random BS with a straight face

  21. OldNuc says:

    I suppose an Adolf Eichmann costume would be frowned upon then. The multiple simultaneous head explosions might actually cause a seismic event. I wonder how a Karl Marx costume would fair though?

  22. AnneG says:

    The sign, itself, is microaggressive. They left off sexist, bigoted, homophobe.

  23. Oldav8r says:

    Except most of these morons would have no idea who Eichmann was.

  24. VerminMcCann says:

    If you’re not Celtic and you’re celebrating Halloween, your guilty of cultural appropriation anyway.

  25. Billiamo says:

    The sign is speciesist — clearly demeaning bats, who deserve better.

  26. werewife says:

    Oh, for the Love of Life Orchestra. G-d have mercy and keep these f*cksticks away from Purim….

  27. les_deplorables_vet says:

    Is that a rope I see hanging from that black tree?

  28. webkilla says:

    “Submit to our inquisition. All blasphemers will be burned at the stake!”

  29. Ivar Ivarson says:

    With the rise of anti-Semitism on Kampus, these are actually OK again.

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