Isn’t the point of the costume to be stereotypical so its easily recognizable. If someone wants to be a princess for halloween but they want a realistic costume then they might just wear regular everyday clothes like we see real life pincesses wear…but then no one wpuld recognize that you’re dressed as a princess. Instead, people wear poofy dresses and a tiara because its more easily recognizable and obvious than the realistic version. I didn’t really find this costume to be offensive. There are things much much more offensive than dressing up like a rich Arab sheikh.
I like listening to Taylor Swift’s music but she’s turning into such a hypocrite. Also, since when is being in a relationship giving up on independence. If that is true for you then you’re probably in a bad relationship. And being feminist does not mean swearing off men and relationships. It bothers me that she portraits it that way. I agree with her that men and women are talked about differently but the examples she gives aren’t the best. In an interview she said Bruno Mars and Ed Sheeran write about personal relationships but people dont speculate about their music and who the song is about the way they speculate about her music and that they don’t get accused of the same things. The thing is Taylor perpetuates the speculation by adding oh so obvious hints about the inspiration/guy behind the song. Bruno Mars and Ed Sheeran don’t. I’m not saying don’t write personal songs. By all means write personal songs and put them on the album if you want to but if you’re going to leave obvious hints about who the don’t is about then don’t be upset that people are guessing and claiming it’s about this specific person.