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Why is it racist to dress up in a mexican outfit but not in a french outfit?


The sorority apologized for the costumes that they wore during Halloween and Penn State university also apologized. To who? I guess the easily offended. Should we always kowtow to anyone who's easily offended?

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bethperry says

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    Cassie Smith 4 years ago

    Great examples, Beth Perry. People have to look at intent. Stereotypes by itself are not flattering but if you're going to be critical, apply it to everyone otherwise just relax and go with the flow.


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Rod Martin Jr (lone77star) says

4 years ago
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    Cassie Smith 4 years ago

    lone77star, the easily offended PCers don't allow for that kind of level-headedness.

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    Cassie Smith 4 years ago

    iburmaster, I'd hate to think that we have to wait one thousand years for people to stop being overly sensitive. It always comes from liberals and it's always specific people. You don't see them going apecrap when Christians are lampooned.


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John Sarkis says

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    Cassie Smith 4 years ago

    It's very strange how the easily offended choose certain people for protection. If someone dresses up as Germans in lederhosen or Swiss misses no one gets upset. Wear a Mexican outfit -- no-no. The easily offended PCers are manipulators.

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William Robb says

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