That is one sexy squaw.
Model Karlie Kloss (pictured at left) set off some controversy when she walked the runway wearing a Native American headdress (also called a war bonnet), a culturally insensitive faux pas that led the company to pull the footage of the offending outfit from its planned Dec. 4 broadcast.
Several Native American groups called the lingerie company out for the blunder. Native Appropriations, a blog covering imagery of indigenous cultures, accused the retailer of “egregious cultural appropriation, stereotyping, and marginalizing of Native peoples.”
Smear on some war paint and read the rest:
Well, I can see why some heathen redskins might take offense and go on the warpath, no squaw ever looked that good. Plus there’s the matter of a female wearing an article of clothing reserved for male members of the tribe.
I know as an Austrian how offended I’d be if some Japanese woman dressed up in lederhosen instead of a dirndl.
Actually, I wouldn’t give two sh*ts but it just goes to show how utterly stupid political correctness has made us, like we give a crap what a bunch of primitive savages think.
And if as an Austrian I did take offense who’d care? They’d laugh in my face and rightly so.
Note to our not-so-indigenous Native American’s who invaded North America by crossing the Bering Sea, you guys lost fair and square, now all your bases are belong to us.