Sexist Halloween Costumes To Avoid In 2018, Because You Know Better

All I have to say is: Halloween is definitely my favorite time of year. From fresh autumn weather to exciting nightlife, this horrible holiday is a perfect excuse to put your hair down and enjoy it at night. However, choosing Halloween costumes can be tricky, and you want to make sure it’s a tasteful and cheerful outfit. So this is a good excuse for those who still have good taste and happiness. They racked their brains to choose which costumes to choose. Here’s a list of sexist Halloween costumes that should be avoided this year.

All I have to say is: Halloween is definitely my favorite time of year. From fresh autumn weather to exciting nightlife, this horrible holiday is a perfect excuse to put your hair down and enjoy it at night. However, choosing Halloween costumes can be tricky, and you want to make sure it’s a tasteful and cheerful outfit. So this is a good excuse for those who still have good taste and happiness. They racked their brains to choose which costumes to choose. Here’s a list of sexist Halloween costumes that should be avoided this year.

It is well known that women’s Halloween costumes tend to be “sexy” and “sexy”, but some people may like the glittering skin, but some must have sexist connotations. Not only that, in the past few years, there have been some Halloween costumes, which must not work. Take Kim Kardashian’s “robbery” Halloween costume, for example. In 2016, for example, the tycoon was blindfolded and tied to his bathrobe. This is not only inhumane in many ways, but also an obvious example: people sometimes speak ill of their “trendy” Halloween costumes.

That said, it could turn out to be tricky. It doesn’t matter-this year’s list of costumes to avoid will help you get through a fun, no-problem Halloween, with nothing to worry about except the spirit of Halloween.

THE “SEXY” SCHOOLGIRL

Ladies, I’d love to wear your clothes and confidence on Halloween (I see you, sexy unicorn), but there are some outfits that can’t be worn. Take the “sexy schoolgirl” Halloween costume as an example. I can’t be the only one who thinks this outfit has to go. The dress not only sexualizes and worships young girls (ik), but also sends the message that women are beautiful and brainless. It’s always nice to feel confident and great in Halloween costumes, but this dress is bound to cross a line. Ladies, show off your skin in a proud and confident way (if you want to be a sexy thing). But leave your plaid skirt and pigtail at home.

“SEXY” HANDMAID

I Do I really need to explain why this dress is so bad? I know the maid story is 2018 “it” (if we tell you the truth, 2017), but I just want to say, you really shouldn’t make a “sexy” version of clothes, literally sexual slavery and reproductive slaves. I mean, please. The women protested in their original clothes. Attacking their physical autonomy, we don’t need a version that includes cleavage and asphyxiation. Thankfully, opposition to this version means its creator Yandi has issued an apology and withdrawn it from their website. But in case someone wants to make a homemade version. Uh, no.

ANYTHING THAT FETISHIZES WOMEN OF COLOR

Costumes are great, but sometimes they can make terrible mistakes. It is important to remember that this holiday is not an excuse to make others feel uncomfortable, just as clothes can be sexist, they can also have a proper culture. Please note: both are bad. For example, in Western media, geisis are often described as a way to make Japanese women sexy and worshipped, while the related Halloween costumes are not. Great Unfortunately, geisha is not the only black woman who has turned culture into a culture. In Halloween costumes, there is a long history of sexualizing women of color, such as wearing Native American headgear, dressing up as belly dancers and playing a hula dancer.

Culture is for celebration, not for clothing. If you are not part of the culture you describe, then it is best not to care about it. Culture is for celebration, not for clothing. If you are not part of the culture you describe, then it is best not to care about it.

FREE MELANIA

I admit, at Donald Trump’s inauguration in 2017, I still can’t let Melania Trupp’s terrible look go out of my head, and I suspect I’m the only one. Nevertheless, I have never been interested in the concept of “free Melania,” and ‘the fact of becoming a garment is even worse.’

Look, if you don’t like trump government, that’s okay, but don’t let Melania in. Not only does it portray her as a powerless maiden, but her overly sexy inauguration dress sends the wrong message. Her husband may be a controversial figure at the moment, but since when has a woman had to make up for her husband’s mistake? Halloween is a holiday and her husband may be a very controversial figure. It should be full of fun and joy. So this year, no sexist and problem costumes, but find a ensemble that will ensure no theatrical celebration. Happy Halloween to all of you!

 

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