Yandy released the "Brave Red Maiden" costume, then some chicks complained and the costume was pulled. Total bullshit.
Want to know what happens in 2018 when a company releases a "sexy" version of a Handmaid's Tale costume? A bunch of chicks complain about it, cry about rape culture, and then the costume gets removed. OK, so we can have costumes of serial killers and every other horrible thing, but some generic looking fake Handmaid's tale costume gets pulled because a few girls complain?
Can we call this bullshit or what?
I guarantee the girls who complained are fat, unattractive, or both.
Look, it's a fucking costume. Shut the fuck up about it. If you don't like it, then don't buy it.
2018 is the worst year ever. It's nothing but Tide Pod eating sensitive dumbasses ruining everything.
WHHHHHHHYYYYYYYYYYYY pic.twitter.com/ITHe2Ni9O0— dontwasteyourpretty (@wastedprettypod) September 20, 2018
Our society doesn't take the rape of real women seriously, why should they take the rape of fictional women seriously? https://t.co/aiKMn0N3xJ— Molly Sanchez (@SeriousMolly) September 20, 2018
If you can’t see the irony in the costume...I don’t know what to tell you. Do you need to be reminded that when a woman is sexually assaulted that one of the first questions she’s asked is “What were you wearing?” Back of that trigger, turbo— Colleen McCullough (@CMviolin) September 21, 2018
Outrage over a costume.— Flip Flip Potato Chip ???? (@FlipGame_) September 21, 2018
I would hate to see your reaction to GoT.
To be fair, in 2018, the sexy Handmaid's tale costume would probably be worn by a guy who thinks he's a woman.
You know, the dick hanging out at the bottom would be a real shocker.
$65 is also a little too much for a red cape looking thing that is probably made from extremely cheap fabric.Posted on September 21, 2018 in Opinions and filed under handmaid tale, costumes, social justice warriors.
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