Sensitivity consultants for university Hallowe’en costumes

Sensitivity consultants for university Hallowe’en costumes


If you’re a student at State University of New York at Geneseo, all you’d have to do is email or call the no less than FIVE campus officials whose phone numbers and email addresses have been hung around campus on posters titled “Halloween checklist: Is Your Costume Offensive? Check yourself and check your friends.”

The campus seems keen on grooming Orwellian 1984-style Thought Police informants, ready to sell out their friends for a feel-good confession to Big Brother.

Why don’t they dress as baristas or that guy from the government who will later arrest a kid for selling lemonade or fishing worms?

It says everything, actually, that legal adults are even much interested in Hallowe’en.

  • The madness never ends.

  • FactsWillOut
  • Can’t I wear my dead baby seal costume without people getting weird about it?

    • FactsWillOut

      Keep the club that was used handy to fend off the PETA thugs.

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  • k1962

    My adult son is going to a party as a clown. Do you think anyone will be offended :/

    • Clausewitz

      They’ll probably love it as they mistake him for Trudeau.

      • k1962

        Good one!

    • Justin St.Denis

      Clowns always freaked me out. As a kid, they scared the bejesus outta me. I still find clown dolls too creepy for words.

      • k1962

        He will look more cute than scary. No freaky makeup, just the nose, hair and multicoloured clothes.

  • Justin St.Denis

    I (and my siblings) do not “get” Halloween since we were raised by parents who simply ignored the whole thing once we were over 10 years old. Like the Tooth Fairy, Halloween was date-stamped. During my stay in Britain, I noticed the holiday was used as an excuse by Brits to dress in drag. Somehow, that didn’t surprise me. It still surprises me, however, when adult Canadians show up at work on Halloween in costume. I still don’t get adult Halloween costume parties. I just don’t get it…in the least! I cannot seem to see how any pleasure can be derived from dressing up as someone/something else. Then again, I don’t know any actual living, breathing normal men who do. Is Halloween a chick & gay thing maybe? Hmm……

    • k1962

      No, it’s just fun and an excuse to eat candy. My daughter is having friends over for dinner and then they will watch some “scary” movies. It’s an excuse for a party. She is in high school.