The Social Justice Wankers had one of their outrage fits over a Caitlyn Jenner Halloween costume; because it was offensive or something. (Mainly because continuous outrage over innocuous things is how you demonstrate enlightenment in the Age of Victimhood.)
But was Caitlyn Jenner upset about the costume? No.
By now, you’ve probably heard about the company that’s turned Caitlyn Jenner’s Vanity Fair cover look into a horribly offensive Halloween costume. But while you were busy being infuriated at the insensitivity of the whole situation (#facepalm #smh #everyhashtagaboutlosingfaithinhumanity), Jenner revealed she’s not bothered by it at all.
The “I Am Cait” star spoke about the costume with Matt Lauer for a two-part interview on the “Today” show.” Jenner insisted that she doesn’t find it hurtful, but admitted the quality of the ensemble (which she’s seen in real life) isn’t totally up to her standards.
In a preview for the interview, Lauer asks Jenner, “When you hear that there are companies out there that want to do Caitlyn Jenner costumes for Halloween from the Vanity Fair cover, are you in on the joke or do you think it’s offensive?”
“I’m in on the joke. I don’t think it’s offensive at all,” Jenner replied. “I know the community does and they’ve gotten a lot of criticism for doing it. I think it’s great.” […]
But, the left has already turned on Jenner for having wrongthoughts on gay marriage, so this amounts to nothing.