Culture misappropriation is just the first complaint that is bound to be handed out to all the ill-conceived Halloween costumes this year which should be popping up just about...now.
Last year around this time, a
Georgia woman's Facebook post went viral after she took Party City to task for a too sexy police officer costume for toddlers
The is a perennial conversation, but Party City is still selling that outfit in sizes 3T and 4T for $30.
And it's not just kids costumes that are deemed inappropriate.
While Caitlyn Jenner thought last year's corset costume, a spinoff of her 2015 Vanity Fair cover was "great," the general public thought it was in pretty poor taste.
And a Cecil the Lion costume featuring a lion head and bloody dentist scrubs was considered by some to be too insensitive.
Actress Ashley Benson, star of Pretty Little Liars, posted an image of herself on Instagram wearing Yandy's sexy lion costume. The initial caption referenced Cecil the Lion. After public outcry, she posted an apology noting that the costume was in poor taste, removed Cecil's name from the caption and pledged to donate all the proceeds from the advertising deal to the World Wildlife Fund.