More campus craziness has made the news due to easily-triggered snowflakes warning of the perils that you Halloween costume just might be racist.
Proving that an increasing amount of the students at the nation’s universities aren’t there to participate in book learning but rather to act as sponges for radical leftist indoctrination, many are spending a disproportionate amount of time redefining racism to include just about everything.
That is the case with the publishers of a student magazine at Ohio State University in Columbus and their ridiculous flow-chart guide on proper Halloween attire.
The ever-diligent watchdogs at Campus Reform discovered the guide in student-run “1870” magazine.
— Campus Reform (@campusreform) October 12, 2017
Via Campus Reform “Student magazine warns against ‘racist’ Halloween costumes”:
The latest issue of a magazine run by Ohio State University students features a flow-chart designed to help students determine whether their Halloween costume is racist.
The guide published in 1870 Magazine allows students to ask themselves a series of questions about their costume ideas, directing them to one of several determinations based on their responses.
“Is it politically charged?” the chart asks of costume ideas that pertain to “something serious.” If yes, the magazine is interested only in whether makes fun of Donald Trump, in which case the chart advises the reader to “DO IT.”
If the costume is serious, but not politically charged, then the chart asks whether the student plans to dress as Prince, which it only considers acceptable if the wearer is not white.
The flow-chart is as follows:
Words alone cannot adequately describe this idiocy.