Feminist Blogger Claims Dressing As Queen Elsa Promotes ‘White Beauty’

Last week, leftists at Cosmopolitan and REDBOOK claimed dressing your non-Pacific Islander daughter as Moana constituted an act of “cultural appropriation.”

This week, they’re claiming dressing your white children as Queen Elsa, the lead character in the Disney classic, Frozen, is similarly problematic — because the costume reaffirms the notion of “white beauty.”

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  • Red-Pilled Conservative

    Wow, I had no idea that feminist bloggers were so batshit!

    (sarc tag not included)

    • Drunk by Noon ✓

      In a way they are like 4chan trolls, each trying to be more outrageous than the last.
      With 4chan at least, they are all in on the joke, where the feminists are concerned, nobody on their side is in on the joke because they are serious.
      It’s a leadership of the dysfunctional.

  • Drunk by Noon ✓

    Raising ethnic and racial consciousness are we?
    The KKK and the Nazis are pretty “racially conscious”, wouldn’t you say?

    Besides, there’s nothing wrong with “white beauty” in that seems to be the standard the rest of the world has also settled upon.

  • Dana Garcia

    Krazyville — either everyone’s own tribal expression is okay, or nobody’s is. No different rules for one group.

  • Linda1000

    Oh, I read the headline and thought this was about some new skincare regime or white beauty wrinkle cream. Disappointed.

  • Dave

    Speaking of “cultural appropriation”, what do you call it when a black person straightens their hair, or an asian dyes there hair anything other than black, or an indiginous person wears jeans and drives a car?
    These leftist f*ckwads need a good smack upside the head and then pointed in the right direction.

  • kkruger71

    About the only costume white people will be allowed to wear within a couple years. Of course it will need something added to make sure it’s not seen as a Christian endorsment.
    https://scottnevinssuicide.files.wordpress.com/2015/02/self-flagellation.jpg

  • Jay Currie

    Last year for my youngest son to plausibly “Trick or Treat”. He is going as a Rubick’s cube and is unapologetic to the spatially challenged such as his father.

  • Jay Currie

    Here’s a snap… https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/f297ef2969fefdd452f8a9d09eac0b196fa94e9055d6c468fc71912d2c31e55e.jpg

    And, why yes, it is a bitch to glue all that on…The good news is he won the, dare I say it, best costume contest. Children in store bought costumes were disappointed…they may get over it.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    And what makes these writers think that people still take them seriously?

  • Ed

    “…There is one thing I don’t like about the character of Elsa,” Feris writes…”

    Feris is a festering sore of dislikes.

  • Clausewitz