Teen Vogue Lecturing Coachella On Cultural Appropriation Is The New Surrealism
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The editorial team at Teen Vogue must be a miserable lot. How else could they think of writing a lengthy piece about cultural appropriation at Coachella, the annual music festival in California?
Vogue is worried that white girls with corn rows, or people wearing Native American headdresses is an affront to cultures the nation over. It is, in their view, a problem that must be taken head on!
The problem? No one at Coachella gives a damn about corn rows or headdresses. WIBC Morning Host Tony Katz explains:
The people who go to Coachella are not thinking about cultural appropriation. The people going to Coachella are high, and trying to get laid. You think anybody cares about the corn rows in your hair? No one gives a damn. The only people worried about this are the people at Teen Vogue, the most miserable people in the world!
Yeah. The Teen Vogue folks are miserable people. Listen to Tony's breakdown of their manufactured anger here: