Monday, October 19, 2015
|There's so much wrong in this photo, and not just from a sociological standpoint; like fashion-sense and frugality -- $60 to be "Princesa India"? SMH|
Rexburg, Idaho. Population: 26,000. Mormons: 95 percent. If you've never been there, it's a helluva white town at 95 percent. Nearly 50 percent of its residents are of the traditional college-aged demographic (18-24), which makes sense given it's the site of Brigham Young University's second most popular campus after BYU-Hawaii. (Yes, I realize that BYU at Provo, Utah technically has the largest student population of the three, but this article isn't about the reasons why we all dislike Provo #AmIRight? #CanIGetAHellYeah?)
Dear Fellow People of Rexburg,
Here in Rexburg, we have a store that at this time of the year is very popular: Halloween City! It’s exciting to walk around the store itself and to see the imaginations of those who have designed some really scary masks etc. However, you sadly you come across some things that are blatantly racist and a mockery of some cultures. I came across this section and I was appalled and shocked!