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Cosmo magazine is here to ruin Halloween and corrupt our youth
NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 31: A child walks down a street in a Halloween costume on October 31, 2015 in New York City. Thousands of people are descending on New York City's Greenwich Village as it prepares to host the 42nd Annual Village Halloween Parade which has become one of the nation's largest. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Cosmo magazine is here to ruin Halloween and corrupt our youth

"Cultural Appropriation" is a modern phenomenon that has taken a lot of the fun out of Halloween.  And the latest costume, deemed unsuitable by some, is none other than Disney princess, Moana.

Cosmo accused parents of being racist if their white daughter dressed up as a character who isn't white. Yeah, it's that confusing and just stupid. There's no other way to describe this stuff than plain stupid.

Read the full story right here on the whole Moana debacle.

It's funny that Cosmo thinks Halloween costumes are so detrimental to society but completely disregards the pornography they push on kids. Victoria Hearst, heiress of the Hearst family, has spearheaded a movement to keep Cosmo from landing in the hands of children, and you can read all about her cause here.

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