Pamela Anderson Doesn't Know What "Cultural Appropriation" Really Means—And Neither Do You

Offensive celebrity costumes underline the common misconceptions about cultural misappropriation.

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Early November is that beautiful time of year when Western society can collectively stop pretending pumpkins serve any purpose whatsoever and bask in all the tone-deaf Halloween costumes celebrities have donned.

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Cultural Appropriator Ariana Grande Ironically Sues Forever 21 for "Misappropriating" Her Image

Forever 21 already has a fraught legal history regarding knock-offs and violations of labor laws, in addition to numerous culturally insensitive products. But crossing the "7 Rings" singer may be their most public faux pas yet.

Ariana Grande at the 2018 MET Gala

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The only thing Ariana Grande and Forever 21 have in common is their love of cultural appropriation. But now it seems that Forever 21 has culturally appropriated Ariana Grande, and she's pissed.

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It's Time to Cancel Victoria's Secret

It's already a company that doesn't fit into the 21st century, where the average size of an adult woman is between 14 and 16 and having a healthy body image means acceptance and body neutrality—now VS has to answer for a shameful history of sexual misconduct.

LONDON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 02: Models (L-R) Lily Aldridge, Candice Swanepoel, Doutzen Kroes and Alessandra Ambrosio during 2014 VS Fashion Show

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We're finally getting closer to canceling Victoria's Secret.

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